The Jim Henson Company has started production on season four of its hit preschool series Dinosaur Train.
The new season (10 x half hours or 20 x 11 minutes) will air on PBS KIDS, where the show ranks as one of the top programs among kids ages two to five.
Season four of the CG-animated series focuses on themes of biodiversity and social diversity, and how both are necessary for a balanced life on Earth.
Dinosaur Train has now been sold to more than 175 countries, to broadcast heavyweights including TVO and TFO (Canada), Nickelodeon (the UK), Disney Channel (Germany), France 5 (France), RTVE Clan (Spain), SVT (Sweden), NRK (Norway), YLE (Finland), Canal+ (Poland) and Channel 1 (Russia).
Dinosaur Train airs daily on PBS KIDS in the US, and is produced by The Jim Henson Company and Singapore-based prodco Sparky Animation, with the assistance of the Singapore Media Development Authority.