ⓘ DreamWorks Dragons: Rescue Riders is an American computer animated web television series in the How to Train Your Dragon franchise produced by DreamWorks Animat ..


ⓘ DreamWorks Dragons: Rescue Riders

DreamWorks Dragons: Rescue Riders is an American computer animated web television series in the How to Train Your Dragon franchise produced by DreamWorks Animation Television for Netflix.

The show premiered on September 27, 2019. Its second season was released on February 7, 2020.

A 46 minute special, subtitled Hunt for the Golden Dragon, was released on March 27, 2020.


1. Premise

The series follows Dak and Leyla, twins raised by dragons who have developed, as a result, a unique ability to communicate with them, helping and rescuing dragons and the people of the town Huttsgalor.


2.1. Cast Main cast

  • Carlos Alazraqui as Duggard
  • Brennley Brown as Leyla
  • Nicolas Cantu as Dak
  • Moira Quirk as Hannahr
  • Roshon Fegan as Elbone

2.2. Cast Recurring cast

  • Grey Griffin as Marena, Mrs. Borgomon, and Gemma, a Golden dragon
  • Secunda Wood as Mama Ironclaw, a Silver-tailed Ironclaw dragon
  • John C. McGinley as Grumblegard, a Foreverhorn dragon
  • Brett Pels as Cinda, a Fire Fury dragon
  • Brad Grusnick as Gill, a Divewing dragon
  • Sumalee Montano as Fathom, a Divewing dragon
  • Ashley Bornancin as Laburn, a Fire Fury dragon
  • Brian Posehn as Gludge, a Sea Gronckle dragon
  • Sam Lavagnino as Finngard Braun Borgomon
  • Patton Oswalt as Oscar, a Flyhopper dragon
  • Cassidy Naber as Zeppla, a Puffertail dragon

2.3. Cast Antagonists

  • Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as Svetlana the Sly
  • Jesus, a member of Waldondos crew
  • Carlos Alazraqui as Lurke/Phantom Fang a Slinkwing dragon and Waldondo del Mundo
  • Tara Strong as Vizza, a Slinkwing dragon
  • Jeff Bennett as Snoop, a Slinkwing dragon, Erik the Wretched
  • Brad Grusnick as Magnus Finke
  • Jacob Hopkins as Axel Finke, Magnuss nephew

3. Production

The series was first announced on July 22, 2019 alongside fellow DreamWorks Animation Television show Go, Dog, Go!, with TJ Sullivan directing, Jack Thomas executive producing and Brian K. Roberts as co-executive producer.

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