Primeval was advertised as being about dinosaurs despite none appearing in the first series. Presumably they thought saying it was about giant centipedes, dodos and flying lizards wouldn't draw in as many viewers.
No fewer than three fully dinosaur-themed series: Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger, Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger, and Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger; the first two localized as Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers Season 1 and Power Rangers: Dino Thunder. Zyuranger was more dinosaur-centric than MMPR - the entire main cast came from primordial Earth, with the villains sealed away and the heroes volunteering for stasis in case they ever escaped. In MMPR, the mentor and villains were all aliens and the heroes were high school students. Zordon and Alpha based the Dinozords on fossils, having concluded that dinosaurs were indeed the most badass animals Earth has ever produced.
What if Barney was green, female, Australian, much less obnoxious and actually likeable by people over 6? You'd have Dorothy the Dinosaur, one of the extended cast members of The Wiggles.
Top Gear recently had a car review that, for no apparent reason, incorporated dinosaurs into the usual shots of Clarkson driving the car, including one where he is briefly pursued by a tyrannosaurus. It's actually very well done for a series that doesn't really use special effects very much.
In the Doctor Who serial Invasion of the Dinosaursnote The full title wasn't given until the second part, so to avoid spoiling the surprise, London is under martial law in response to the dinosaurs that have been mysteriously appearing there, brought by a conspiracy, using time travel technology.
Season 7 features an episode titled "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship". Honestly, what more could you ask for?
Torchwood had a chocolate-loving pterosaur as the team pet. Why not?
I Carly. Yeah. The episode where Carly almost moves to Yakima, where Spencer says to the granddad: "These are all the vitamins she needs to take. I only give her the ones shaped like dinosaurs." "...Why?" "...Dinosaurs are cool."