Produced by Mobius.LabKids, the new animated series will join NBCUniversal’s streaming service lineup of kids’ content.

Mobius.LABKids, a Cisneros Media unit, story creator and producer of a range of genres, from live-action to animation, announced today that Peacock, NCBUniversal’s streaming service, will be the home of its new children’s animated series DinoPops. The series joins Peacock’s robust kids programming slate.

This edutainment series (52 x 5’) with a POP of color was developed by Mobius.LabKids and produced by Cisneros Media and its strategic partners in Buenos Aires. Mobius.LABKids enrolled the renowned Paleontologist Diego Pol to consult and ensure DinoPops aligns with the most upto-date research in the field. Diego has worked on multiple international projects and published over 90 papers on fossils from all over the world. Diego and his team have discovered fossils of over 20 new species of dinosaurs, including the Bagualia Alba. This ten-ton, forty-foot-long, tenfoot neck dinosaur, roamed the wilds of Patagonia 179 million years ago and will be making its TV debut on DinoPops.

DinoPops is set in a vivid, hyper-realistic land inhabited by ferocious – and often silly – dinosaurs. The series combines the prehistoric landscape with modern elements familiar to kids, from ice cream cones to racecars that will burst onto the scene and delight viewers, delivering engaging and easy-to-digest dinosaur-related information aimed at preschool-aged children.

“We are thrilled to be part of Peacock’s innovative kids’ slate. DinoPops was created, developed, animated and produced by an amazing team of international and diverse individuals from Toronto, Buenos Aires and Miami. It is so rewarding to see our multicultural team creating a series for such a global audience”, said Jonathan Blum, President of Cisneros Media.

DinoPops is created by Cisneros Media’s VP of Content Development, Ailing Zubizarreta, and executive produced by Ailing Zubizarreta, Maria Benel and Nico Ferrero. Matt Doyle is head writer and Argentinian Paleontologist Dr. Diego Pol consulted on the series.