“Dino Ranch” on Disney Junior Review by Suzanne 1/21/21
This is a cute computer-animated kid’s show about a fantasy world where the Cassidy family tames and raises dinosaurs of all shapes, colors and sizes on a ranch (much as you would cattle or other animals). The show demonstrates cooperation, problem-solving and other ideas that kids should learn. Each episode is only 11 minutes long, so they show several in one half hour segment.
I think most kids should love this show, especially if they’re already into dinosaurs. There are three kids in the show (Jon, Min and Miguel), plus the parents, Bo and Jane. It’s aimed at preschool children. I’m sure there will be plenty of show-related toys for the kids to want to buy as well.
(from Boat Rocker Media’s press release, January 2021)
Filled with adventure and life-long friendships, the new preschool series “Dino Ranch” will make its U.S. debut January 18, 2021, on Disney Junior and in DisneyNOW. The animated series, produced by Industrial Brothers and Boat Rocker Studios, follows the Cassidy family as they tackle life in a fantastical, “pre-westoric” setting where dinosaurs roam. As the young explorers learn the ropes, they discover the thrill of ranch life while navigating the great outdoors through unpredictable challenges. In addition to an irresistible blend of dinosaurs and ranchers, the series has four key themes at its core and celebrates outdoor fun, embraces nurturing and friendship, demonstrates the strength of teamwork and personal growth, and promotes the importance of family and community. The sun rises. A Pterodactyl crows. Dinosaurs roar … and a dedicated family of dinosaur-riding Dino Ranchers hits the saddles to race off for another day of fun-filled, free-range roping ‘n’ riding, dinosaur-driven fun!
· Matt Fernandes as CRTR
· comedy (all)
· comedy (animated)
· Boat Rocker Media
· Industrial Brothers
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