‘Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of the Sky’ debuts on Nov. 24. | Source: Peacock

Streaming service Peacock is prepping for a fall full of captivating programming with dragons and other wild animals ready to entertain kids with new series and holiday specials.

DreamWorks Animation is bringing a new, animated series to Peacock with Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of the Sky, debuting on Nov. 24. This story follows the adventures of viking twins Dak and Leyla, who were rescued and raised by dragons. The twins grew up learning to speak a dragon language and will protect other dragons around their home of Huttsgalor at all costs. Young dragons Winger, Summer, Cutter, and Burple come along for the ride.

Fans of the Madagascar movies can tune in to DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar: A Little Wild Holiday Goose Chase, landing on Peacock on Nov. 26. In this holiday special, it’s winter in New York, and Melman would like to add another sticker to his yearly “Nice” list! When he meets Hank, a goose who has been separated from his family, he goes on a wild goose chase around the city with Alex, Marty, and Gloria to reunite Hank with his merry flock.

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In addition to the holiday special, season five of Madagascar: A Little Wild will also premiere on Peacock on Nov. 11. In the new season of the DreamWorks Animation show, Alex, Marty, Melman, and Gloria run wild in their New York City rescue habitat. Alex deals with some jealousy issues when Ant’ney goes viral, Marty gets himself locked inside the public library, the gang helps Melman make it through his first night away from the habitat, and Gloria struggles with saying goodbye when Lala decides she’s ready for a bigger pond.

Peacock Original series Curious George is also heading into a new season on Oct. 21. Produced by Universal 1440 Entertainment and Imagine Entertainment, Curious George Season 14 features 15 episodes with the iconic monkey helping kids learn more about math, science, and engineering. Kids can also catch up on the previous 13 seasons, all available for streaming on Peacock.