Long before Stewie Griffin and Baby Yoda there was… NOT THE MAMA!
One classic 90’s television seres that’s been frustratingly absent from Disney+ streaming library is Dinosaurs, the prehistoric-themed sitcom that was produced by The Jim Henson Company.
While speaking to Collider, exec producer Brian Henson confirmed that Dinosaurs is finally coming to Disney+ next month. Specifically, fans can look forward to it becoming available on January 29th. Henson was also asked if he’s excited for the series to be enjoyed by a whole new audience, to which he said that he is, explaining:
“I am. Although up until pretty recently it was on Hulu and it has had quite a following on Hulu. I think the audience will more easily find it on Disney+, which is terrific. It sits very well on Disney+. When they were divvying up what goes where, they eventually decided Dinosaurs should be over on Disney+. I think it’ll find a bigger and new audience base on Disney+.”
Disney+ sent out this tweet to get old school fans hyped for the show’s return:
Right now, Dinosaurs is available to stream on Hulu, the other major Disney-owned streaming service. There has certainly been an audience for the series on Hulu, but Henson believes that the move to Disney+ will get even more folks watching.