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Based on Dinotrux series 
by Chris Gall
Voices of
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 10
Executive producer(s) Jeff DeGrandis
David Kidd[1]
Ron Burch[1]
Running time 23 minutes[2]
Production company(s) DreamWorks Animation Television[3]
Original channel Netflix
Original release August 14, 2015
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Dinotrux is an American computer-animated television series. It is based on Chris Gall's illustrated children's book series, which features a fictional prehistoric world inhabited by hybrid characters that are part dinosaur and part mechanical construction vehicle.[3] The series debuted on August 14, 2015 on Netflix,[1] and it will span over three seasons.[3]

DreamWorks Animation first optioned rights to Dinotrux in March 2009, a month before the first book was published, with an intention to develop a computer-animated film.[4]


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A prehistoric world, set in the Mechazoic era,[1] is populated by hybrid dinosaur-construction vehicles called Dinotrux, and by hybrid reptile-tools called Reptools.[3] Two best friends, Ty, a Tyrannosaurus Trux, and Revvit, a Reptool, must team up with other inhabitants of the world to defend their community and their work from an evil Tyrannosaurus Trux, named D-Structs.[3]



The series premiered on August 14, 2015, when the first ten episodes were released.[1][10]

No.  Title  Directed by  Written by  Release date 
1 "Ty and Revvit" Michael Mullen & Donna Brockopp Ron Burch & David Kidd August 14, 2015
2 "Scrapadactyls" Donna Brockopp Steve Altiere August 14, 2015
3 "Garage" Donna Brockopp Luke Giordano August 14, 2015
4 "Scraptors" Michael Mullen Ron Burch & David Kidd August 14, 2015
5 "Pit" Donna Brockopp Jeremy Shipp August 14, 2015
6 "Garby" Donna Brockopp Steve Altiere August 14, 2015
7 "Tortools" Michael Mullen Luke Giordano August 14, 2015
8 "Desert" Donna Brockopp Jeremy Shipp August 14, 2015
9 "Sandstorm" Donna Brockopp Mimi Hess August 14, 2015
10 "Fake Ravine" Michael Mullen Ron Burch & David Kidd August 14, 2015


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