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DRAGONS: THE NINE REALMS Trailer Promises New Dragons, New Worlds, and a New Season

Time flies when you’re having fun. It also flies when you’re flying on dragons. And that’s how we find ourselves eagerly anticipating season three of the How to Train Your Dragon spinoff show, Dragons: The Nine Realms. Yes, season three. We feel like we were being introduced to this modern incarnation of the How to Train Your Dragon movies just yesterday. And now we’re ready to plunge into a whole new chapter of the series’ adventures. Dragons: The Nine Realms season three has released its first trailer. And it promises us the dragon-fun (and also danger) has only begun.

Alongside the trailer, we get a new synopsis for Dragons: The Nine Realms season three. It shares:

The discovery of the Fire Realm poses a challenge as the Dragon Riders struggle to traverse it safely. Meanwhile, the unhinged Buzzsaw is on the lookout for a mysterious “Lightning Bird” making it harder to keep dragons a secret. Tom, Jun, D’Angelo and Alex face off against the most powerful dragon they’ve ever encountered in a high-stakes mission to save the Crystal Realm. And much to everyone’s chagrin, Jun’s pesky, nosey brother is coming uncomfortably close to learning what actually happens in Dragon Club.
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The Dragon Club is about to get hit from all ends. Humans are a threat, dragons are a threat, and worst of all, annoying little siblings are a threat. It sounds like it’s going to be a bumpy ride, but we know our team is up for the challenge.

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Season three of the How to Train Your Dragon series sees its main stars returning to voice our favorite characters. Jeremy Shada will voice Tom Kullersen. Ashley Liao will voice Jun Wong. Marcus Scribner will voice D’Angelo Baker. And Aimee Garcia will voice Alexandra Gonzalez. Among other recurring Dragons: The Nine Realms actors, Julia Stiles once again plays Olivia Kullersen. Of course, Haley Joel Osment brings life to the anatagonistic Buzzsaw.

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Season three of Dragons: The Nine Realms will arrive before we know it. This How to Train Your Dragon show releases on August 18. It will stream on Hulu and Peacock, and we can’t wait to tune in and see what adventures lie in store. Happy dragon-riding to all.

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