Gigantosaurus Season 1
Gigantosaurus season 1 started airing on Friday, January 18, 2019. Subscribe below for season One fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — Feb 22, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S1E7 Please Don't Pick the Flowers / No Joke
The season consists of 7 episodes.
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Four little dinos and one BIG Gigantosaurus… learn to dare! Rocky, Bill, Tiny, and Mazu are four young dinosaurs growing up in the Cretaceous period. Life is always an adventure: new volcanoes are popping up all the time, long-necked brachiosauruses and enormous triceratopses roam free, meteor showers light up the night sky and… the big bad Gigantosaurus reigns over it all!The mere mention of Gigantosaurus's name is enough to stir a range of conflicting emotions in the four young dinos: fear (Bill), fascination (Rocky), laughter (Tiny), and scientific interest (Mazu). Through the adventures of the young dino heroes, Gigantosaurus reflects the different ways 4-6-year-old children discover the world… and themselves.
Each dinosaur friend brings an important characteristic to the group. Mazo's insatiable curiosity encourages them to always be open to learning, Rocky's courage keeps them moving ahead even when things seem uncertain. Bill and Tiny are more understated but are loyal and supportive and offer unique insight. Even though he can be intimidating, Giganto shows a softer side now and then. In GIGANTOSAURUS, four dinosaur pals team up for big adventures around their community as they help others, solve problems, and learn about the mysterious Gigantosaurus ("Giganto") that lives among them. Often it's Mazu's curiosity that leads the group's charge, and her friends Tiny (voiced by Aine Sunderland), Bill (Benjamin Jacobson), and Rocky (Dylan Schombing) eagerly join in her explorations. Whether it's returning a lost egg to its herd or saving an insect species from extinction, these dinosaurs never give up on a challenge. <...> - according to Common Sense Media [Emily Ashby]