One of the most requested titles that fans want to see added to Disney+ is the ABC series, Dinosaurs, which aired in 1991 and ran for 4 seasons.  The show follows a family of dinosaurs residing in the modern world. They have TVs, fridges and various other objects. The only human beings around them are cavemen, who are considered pets and wild animals.

During the airing of ABC’s brand new game show, “Don’t”, Ryan Reynolds, who is producing and also acting as the announcer for the show, said that Dinosaurs would be coming to Disney+ in the Fall.

No release date was confirmed, so its still pretty vague and hopefully it will be available everywhere.  The show has previously been available on Hulu, but isn’t currently available on any streaming platforms to watch, although the show can be purchased on platforms such as Amazon.

The show consists of 65 episodes and the idea of the show was created by Jim Henson, who also created the Muppets, however he sadly passed away before the show made it to our screens.


Are you looking forward to Dinosaurs coming to Disney+ ?


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  1. James June 12, 2020

    I am hoping it will be scanned and streamed in Full HD.

  2. Jessie Halley June 13, 2020

    Please bring Dinosaur TV series to Disney plus. I grew up watching this show and I would really love to introduce this show to my children.

  3. Stuart Pankin June 13, 2020

    Dinosaurs coming back? That's the best news in a long time! Great show, great for kids and adults. Funny, smart, relevant. Congrats Disney + for making an excellent choice!

  4. Whitney June 14, 2020

    this show is the best I loved it ky kid loves it too

  5. Erica August 29, 2020

    Apparently not if you're outside of the US. Australia is the forgotten child, again.