[08/15/11 - 02:03 PM]
Bad to the Bone: "Dinosaur Revolution" to Premiere September 4 and 11 on Discovery Channel
The four-part series premieres Sunday, September 4 on the cable channel.

[07/29/11 - 08:40 AM]
Discovery Channel Fall Line-Up to Feature All-New Series and Season Premieres of Its Highest-Rated Shows
The network sets return dates for "Gold Rush: Alaska," "MythBusters," "Dirty Jobs," "Storm Chasers" and more!

[07/26/11 - 03:59 PM]
"Dinosaur Revolution's" All-Star Crew of Animators and illustrators to Reset Standard for Dinosaur Storytelling
The four-part series will premiere Sunday, September 4 and Sunday, September 11 from 9-11PM ET/PT each night.

[06/16/11 - 10:01 AM]
Discovery Announces Comic-Con Panels: Penn & Teller, MythBusters and Dinosaurs!
Newcomers "Penn & Teller Tell a Lie" and "Reign of the Dinosaurs" will be featured alongside mainstay "MythBusters."

[10/04/10 - 02:11 PM]
Discovery's "Reign of the Dinosaurs" Available for International Pre-Sale Opportunities at MIPCOM
"'Reign of the Dinosaurs' raw approach to storytelling will elevate dinosaur programming to an entirely new level," said Nicolas Bonard.

9/4/11 - 9/13/11
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1 (4 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
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(from Discovery's press release, August 2011) On September 4 and 11, the four-hour DINOSAUR REVOLUTION will present dinosaurs like you've never seen them before -- combining the artistic and storytelling talents of the world's most renowned dinosaur illustrators with the most up-to-date discoveries about dinosaurs, their culture and behaviors. DINOSAUR REVOLUTION makes its world premiere on Discovery Channel Sunday, September 4 and Sunday, September 11 from 9-11PM ET/PT each night. As DINOSAUR REVOLUTION illustrates, dinosaurs were far more active, complex and colorful than ever imagined -- more like birds than sluggish reptiles. The series transports viewers to various points of place and time to highlight a host of new behaviors, including exotic mating dances (Gigantoraptor, a dinosaur resembling a 17-foot tall turkey), the inner workings of T-Rex's nuclear family (Tyrannosaurus Rex, who was anything but dull and slow), and the underwater birthing of a huge marine reptile Mosasaurus. DINOSAUR REVOLUTION will also introduce new creatures like a Jurassic flying squirrel (Volaticotherium) and frogs so big they could eat dinosaurs (Beelzebufo).
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