Gigantosaurus is a dino-sized hit for Cyber Group Studios.

Currently airing on Disney Junior in the U.S., with a home video release via NCircle Entertainment and a Netflix debut set for next year, Gigantosaurus was greenlit for two additional seasons on Disney and France Télévisions. The CGI-animated series will add 104 new episodes across seasons two and three, featuring all-new songs. The new seasons will air worldwide on both Disney Junior and Disney+, as well as France Télévisions and Germany’s Super RTL.

“Gigantosaurus has been a gigantic hit with kids around the globe, and we’re excited about the opportunity to bring even more of the prehistoric fun to families with seasons two and three,” says Pierre Sissmann, president and CEO of Cyber Group Studios. “Disney has been a fantastic partner, and we’re looking forward to continuing to work together to achieve even bigger success for the Gigantosaurus brand ahead. We are also proud to have both France Télévisions and Super RTL as part of this exciting adventure.”

Based on Jonny Duddle‘s children’s book, Gigantosaurus follows the exciting everyday adventures of four dinosaur pals: Rocky, Bill, Tiny, and Mazu.

Since its debut in January, toys from Jakks Pacific have been released alongside books from Templar publishing. Next year will see the release of Gigantosaurus products from American Marketing Enterprises Inc., Centric Socks, Children’s Apparel Network, and Jay Franco. Cyber Group Studios and Outright Games will also release the first video game inspired by Gigantosaurus next spring. The new game will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.