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DreamWorks Dragons Becomes Netflix Exclusive


Netflix is poised to become the Go-To streaming service if you want big name exclusives. Their most recent deal involves the next season of DreamWorks Dragons, which is the CG animated TV series that was spun off of DreamWorks’ hit CG franchise How to Train Your Dragon. Netflix will start streaming the series in all territories in spring 2015.

The series will feature both Jay Baruchel and America Ferrera reprising their roles from the movies and the previous season, as Hiccup and Astrid. They will be joined by Christopher Mitz-Plasse and T.J. Miller, voicing Fishlegs and Tuffnut.

The second film in the planned trilogy, How to Train Your Dragon 2, is due in theaters June 13.

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