is a Prehistoric Planet re-version of the BBC's and Walking with Dinosaurs series, done by Walking with Beasts Discovery Channel and NBC for the Discovery Kids network. Though the producers kept nearly all of the original animation, David Bock and Peter Sherman wrote new text for a younger target audience, narrated by Ben Stiller and Christian Slater, and interspersed the scenes with occasional quizzes to act as bumpers around the commercial breaks. New music was incorporated as well. Most marketing and advertising for the series focused on the dinosaur episodes. In addition, the final episode, the Prehistoric Planet Top 10 focused solely on the creatures from Walking With Dinosaurs. Some small content edits were done to allow original programs to fit in the 23 minutes of non-commercial time that a normal half-hour program has on network TV. At present, only Season 1 has been released on home video and DVD.
Season One (2001-2002) [ edit ]
Dawn Of The Dinosaurs [ edit ]
220,000,000 BC, Late − This episode follows the Triassic ( Arizona) evolution of the first dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures in the late Triassic period.
Jurassic Giants [ edit ]
152,000,000 BC, Late − This episode follows the story of a young female Jurassic ( Colorado) and her brothers and sisters in the late Diplodocus Jurassic period.
Jurassic Beach [ edit ]
149,000,000 BC, Late − This episode follows the life of several baby Jurassic ( Oxfordshire) and a bull Ophthalmosaurus in the late Liopleurodon Jurassic period.
Sky King [ edit ]
127,000,000 BC, Early − This episode follows a male Cretaceous ( Brazil) on his long journey to the mating grounds in the early Ornithocheirus Cretaceous period.
Dinosaurs Of The Ice Forest [ edit ]
106,000,000 BC, Early − This episode follows the hardships of an Cretaceous ( Antarctica) Antarctican Leaellynasaura clan in the early Cretaceous period.
Death Of The Dinosaurs [ edit ]
65,500,000 BC, Late − This episode follows the final years of the Cretaceous ( Montana) dinosaurs and a mother and her babies in the late Tyrannosaurus rex Cretaceous period.
Season Two (2002-2003) [ edit ]
Bring On The Beasts [ edit ]
49,000,000 BC, Early − This episode follows the life of a mother Eocene ( Germany) and her babies in the dense forests of Leptictidium Germany in the early Eocene epoch.
Killer Whale's Tale [ edit ]
36,000,000 BC, Late − This episode follows the sea journey of a pregnant female Eocene ( Pakistan) search for food in the late Basilosaurus Eocene epoch.
Mega-Mammal [ edit ]
25,000,000 BC, Late − This episode follows the life of a young Oligocene ( Mongolia) and his mother from his birth in the late Paraceratherium Oligocene epoch.
First Came The Apes [ edit ]
3,200,000 BC, Late − This episode follows the hardships of an Pliocene ( Ethiopia) group and a young called Blue in the late Australopithecus Pliocene epoch.
Sabertooth [ edit ]
1,000,000 BC, Early − This episode follows a male Pleistocene ( Paraguay) called Halftooth after he lost his territory in the early Smilodon Pleistocene epoch.
Ice Age Survivor [ edit ]
30,000 BC, Late − This episode follows a herd of Pleistocene ( North Sea, Belgium, and Swiss Alps) woolly mammoth journey to the Alps in the last Ice Age of the late Pleistocene epoch.
Prehistoric Planet Top 10 [ edit ]
This episode details a list of animals from the first season that the developers thought were the most impressive creatures on
(Due to eating Liopleurodon dinosaurs)
(Due to being a one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs and also earning the title king of the dinosaurs) Tyrannosaurus Rex
(Due to discouraging Stegosaurus Allosaurus)
(Due to being one of the only Allosaurus predators to take down Diplodocus)
(Due to being one of the longest Diplodocus sauropods of its time)
(Due to its large Torosaurus skull)
(Due to being one of the biggest Ornithocheirus pterosaurs ever)
(Due to being a predator that took down an Utahraptor Iguanodon)
(Due to being able to Iguanodon chew, and having a thumb spike)
(Due to being a Coelophysis fierce predator)