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Super Bowl Trailer For Steven Spielberg’s Dinosaur Series ‘Terra Nova’
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If you’re one of the millions and millions who watched last night’s Super Bowl, you saw the many commercials and movie trailers that were shown off. And if you didn’t watch, you can see all of the big trailers right here at Geeks of Doom, of course.

Another big first look was also shown last night, but this time it was for an upcoming TV series: Terra Nova. The show comes from executive producer Steven Spielberg, and tells the story of a family who travel back in time 85 million years through a portal created by scientists in the year 2149, where life on Earth is facing extinction. The family goes through the portal to the first human colony — called Terra Nova — where they will attempt to set humankind off in a better direction, but will have to deal with some major obstacles, including dinosaurs.

You can see the first trailer for Terra Nova, which is set to debut this fall on Fox, by clicking on over to the other side now!

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