Tuesday, July 28, 2015

"Dragons: Race to the Edge" Now Streaming on Netflix Canada #StreamTeam

I am a big proponent of outdoors fun during the summer months. Beaches, hiking, bike riding, just playing in the backyard - whatever it is I just don't think the warm summer months should be spent cooped up inside. Summer is short and should be enjoyed with the feel of the sun on your skin as you explore and create adventures and memories to get you through the cold, dark winter. Can you tell what my favourite season is?

But some days you need to take it easy and have a lazy day. And some days are just too stinking hot to be outdoors for long. On those days it's great to have some fun movies and TV lined up to take the adventures indoors. This week we are in an official heat wave, which makes it the perfect time to stay in the air conditioning and catch up on some binge-watching.

Thankfully Netflix has a brand new original series streaming now from the "How to Train Your Dragon" family.  Hiccup, Toothless, and all their friends are back in "Dragons: Race to the Edge," a whole new set of adventures that sees them finding a magical Dragon Eye which shows maps of lands unknown. Naturally, the friends head out in search of new dragon species, and meet new villains along the way.  The series introduces us to some of the most exciting dragons yet, each with its own amazing abilities -- shock waves, cannon balls and fire blasts, just to name a few.

In Hiccup’s own words, “this changes everything.”

Here's a taste for you -

Boo and I had a chance at an early preview of the first two episodes last month. We brought along his buddy, and they both gave the show two thumbs up and were itching for the 13 episodes to be released so they could keep watching. As with all of the Dragons content there's lots of action, plenty of laughs, and a good deal of conflict and suspense. This franchise is well written and entertaining for both kids and adults, so it's a great option to watch as a family. 

We haven't finished all the episodes yet, so I'm still looking forward to meeting all the new dragons. Have you been watching? Who's your favourite dragon?

Disclosure: I am a member of the Netflix #StreamTeam program, and receive special perks as part of my involvement. I was not financially compensated for this post. All opinions on this blog, as always, remain my own.

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