You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

National Geographic sets ‘Dragon Wars’

Cable net's special will focus on mythological creatures

National Geographic will breathe fire into Western folklore with a new TV spesh.

Dragon Wars: Fire and Fury,” featuring CGI and live action sequences, will focus on myths and historical details surrounding the fantastical medivial creature. Announcement came at sci-fi fantasy confab Dragon*con in Atlanta.

“Dragon Wars” will bow on Nat Geo in the U.S. later this year. Special will then premiere globally next year.

Impossible Pictures produces for National Geographic Channel. Steve Maher and Paul Wooding are exec producing for Impossible, and Kevin Mohs for Nat Geo.

More TV

  • HBO Snapchat Black Friday

    HBO's Black Friday Buy: A Snapchat Story Telling You to Stream Instead of Shop

    National Geographic will breathe fire into Western folklore with a new TV spesh. “Dragon Wars: Fire and Fury,” featuring CGI and live action sequences, will focus on myths and historical details surrounding the fantastical medivial creature. Announcement came at sci-fi fantasy confab Dragon*con in Atlanta. “Dragon Wars” will bow on Nat Geo in the U.S. […]

  • Unfinished 'Doctor Who' Episode Is Finally

    Unfinished 'Doctor Who' Episode Is Finally Completed - 38 Years Later

    National Geographic will breathe fire into Western folklore with a new TV spesh. “Dragon Wars: Fire and Fury,” featuring CGI and live action sequences, will focus on myths and historical details surrounding the fantastical medivial creature. Announcement came at sci-fi fantasy confab Dragon*con in Atlanta. “Dragon Wars” will bow on Nat Geo in the U.S. […]

  • Dish Network

    CBS, Dish Resolve Carriage Dispute

    National Geographic will breathe fire into Western folklore with a new TV spesh. “Dragon Wars: Fire and Fury,” featuring CGI and live action sequences, will focus on myths and historical details surrounding the fantastical medivial creature. Announcement came at sci-fi fantasy confab Dragon*con in Atlanta. “Dragon Wars” will bow on Nat Geo in the U.S. […]

  • 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' starring Jonah

    'Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return' Renewed for Season 2 At Netflix

    National Geographic will breathe fire into Western folklore with a new TV spesh. “Dragon Wars: Fire and Fury,” featuring CGI and live action sequences, will focus on myths and historical details surrounding the fantastical medivial creature. Announcement came at sci-fi fantasy confab Dragon*con in Atlanta. “Dragon Wars” will bow on Nat Geo in the U.S. […]

  • Canal Plus

    Canal Plus Orders Thomas Lilti's 'Hippocrate' Medical Series

    National Geographic will breathe fire into Western folklore with a new TV spesh. “Dragon Wars: Fire and Fury,” featuring CGI and live action sequences, will focus on myths and historical details surrounding the fantastical medivial creature. Announcement came at sci-fi fantasy confab Dragon*con in Atlanta. “Dragon Wars” will bow on Nat Geo in the U.S. […]

  • Teen Titans Go

    'Teen Titans Go': Animation for All Ages Celebrates Major Milestone Ahead of Feature Film

    National Geographic will breathe fire into Western folklore with a new TV spesh. “Dragon Wars: Fire and Fury,” featuring CGI and live action sequences, will focus on myths and historical details surrounding the fantastical medivial creature. Announcement came at sci-fi fantasy confab Dragon*con in Atlanta. “Dragon Wars” will bow on Nat Geo in the U.S. […]

  • Duffer Brothers Variety Facetime Interview

    Duffer Brothers on 'Stranger Things' 2 and What Scares Them

    National Geographic will breathe fire into Western folklore with a new TV spesh. “Dragon Wars: Fire and Fury,” featuring CGI and live action sequences, will focus on myths and historical details surrounding the fantastical medivial creature. Announcement came at sci-fi fantasy confab Dragon*con in Atlanta. “Dragon Wars” will bow on Nat Geo in the U.S. […]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content