We’re going back to the Isle of Berk for the holidays with Hiccup, Toothless, Astrid, and the rest of the How to Train Your Dragon crew thanks to a holiday special airing on NBC this December!
The special, How to Train Your Dragon Homecoming, will take place just in time for the emotional epilogue from the last installment of the film trilogy, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, and centers around “Hiccup and Toothless sharing stories of their special relationship with their respective families as they prepare for the Snoggletog Festival.”
The rest of the special, according to Dreamworks, goes a little something like this: “When it becomes clear that the new generation of Vikings doesn’t remember the bond between dragon and human, Hiccup makes a plan to celebrate dragons with a grand holiday pageant.
This heartwarming idea leads to a series of hilarious and exciting events, but no matter the circumstance, everyone in New Berk – young and old alike – is reminded that dragons and humans are forever bonded.”
We can’t wait to watch this special with our kids! Mark your calendars to watch How to Train Your Dragon Homecoming when it premieres on NBC at 8:30 p.m. local time on Dec. 3, set your DVRs to record it, or catch it on Hulu beginning Dec. 5.
Here’s everything we know about Line of Duty season 6
The cult BBC One police drama is coming back soon, and the anticipation for the next series is building.
9.1 million of us tuned into to watch the previous series unfold and it did.not.disappoint.
Season 5 was all about catching the infamous person known as ‘H’, or as we now know, the four people who are at the centre of the criminal organisation, the Organised Crime Group (OCG). The key question at the heart of this all – who is H?
Police sub-sector AC-12 have been on the case, with no luck so far in finding any leads. The usual team is set to return for the sixth season including Adrian Dunbar as Superintendent Ted Hastings, Vicky McClure as Detective Inspector Kate Fleming and Martin Compston as Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott.
The cast have been teasing upcoming guest stars coming onto the show on their social medias, however until more details are released we’re being kept in the dark on the new faces.
It looks as if they’re making moves towards kickstarting the production, but the cast and crew are remaining tight-lipped.
Keeping details undisclosed, the show runner, Jed Mercurio, spoke with the Radio Times and as expected, didn’t reveal any specific details.
“I would hope it’s sometime in 2020, next year. But that’s not something that we’re able to confirm,” Jed said about the release date.
Stay tuned for more details.