Badass Trailer for the New Episodes of Genndy Tartakovsky's PRIMAL!

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For those of you who enjoyed the awesomeness of Genndy Tartakovsky‘s animated series Primal, you’re going to love the badass insanity of the upcoming new episodes! A trailer was released offering us a little tease of what we can expect, and holy shit!!! Get ready for one hell of a wild ride filled with action, violence, blood, the supernatural, and zombie freakin’ dinosaurs!

There are five all-new episodes coming that are set to premiere Sunday, October 4th at 11:30pm ET/PT on Adult Swim. It was also announced that that Primal has been renewed for a second season, which will consist of 10 additional episodes.

The series follows a caveman at the dawn of evolution as he forms an unlikely friendship with an almost extinct dinosaur. It looks like Spear and Fang’s journey is going to get crazy!

With suspense, heartbreak, excitement, love and fear all without a single word of dialogue, the series is a painting come to life, relying solely on music and graphic imagery to tell the story of two unlikely allies as they navigate through a treacherous world. After bonding over unfortunate tragedies, they seem to become each other’s only hope of survival against a common enemy. 

Primal was created by Genndy Tartakovsky (Dexter’s LaboratorySamurai Jack) with art direction from Scott Wills (The Ren & Stimpy Show, Samurai Jack) and music composition from Tyler Bates (Guardians of the GalaxySamurai Jack). Enjoy the new trailer below!



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