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How about a long train trip with the family this weekend — traveling into prehistoric adventures with a young Tyrannosaurus rex and his friends?
If that sounds good, hop on board the 59-hour Dinosaur Train ride. The marathon of episodes from the Jim Henson-produced animated children’s series departs tonight at 7 pm ET on PBS Kids, available online or over the air.
You can get on and off any time through 6 am Monday, August 26. Admission is free.
The trip’s itinerary is huge: Since debuting on PBS 10 years ago this Labor Day, Dinosaur Train has broadcast 89 episodes over four seasons.
The marathon leads into a fifth season of Dinosaur Train debuting Monday. Five episodes will air on PBS stations (check local listings for times) and the PBS Kids video app. The PBS Kids 24/7 channel will run one episode per day through Friday at 4:30 pm. Another five episodes will premiere later.
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