VAMPIRINA is coming back for a second season. Disney Junior has ordered a second season of VAMPIRINA which stars Lauren Graham, James Van Der Beek and Isabella Crovetti as the Hauntley family, friendly vampires who have recently relocated from Transylvania to Pennsylvania.
The first vampire series for preschoolers, VAMPIRINA blends spooky fun, heartfelt storytelling and Broadway-caliber music and follows Vampirina (aka “Vee”) as she faces the joys and trials of being the new kid in town, including making friends and attending a new school in the human world. The announcement was made today by Joe D’Ambrosia, senior vice president, Original Programming, Disney Junior.
An out-of-the-gate hit for kids and families, the Oct. 1, 2017 simulcast premiere of VAMPIRINA on Disney Channel and Disney Junior ranked as the preschooler platform’s highest-rated new series premiere, in close to one year for Kids 2-5, Kids 2-8 and Adults 18-49, since the January 2017 premiere of “Mickey and the Roadster Racers.” To-date, the series has delivered over 90 million views across Disney apps, VOD, social media and YouTube platforms. Globally, the series has reached over 49 million total viewers and ranks #1 among key young kid demos in the U.K. and Italy. The series is available in 115 countries and 15 languages.
Inspired by Disney Publishing’s popular children’s book series “Vampirina Ballerina,” written by Anne Marie Pace and illustrated by LeUyen Pham, the series includes leaders from the creative team on Disney Junior’s Peabody Award-winning animated series “Doc McStuffins” including executive producer Chris Nee and co-executive producer Norton Virgien. Broadway composers Michael Kooman and Christopher Dimond (“The Noteworthy Life of Howard Barnes”) are the series’ songwriters and Layla Minoui (“Castle”) is the composer. The series is produced by Academy Award®-nominated animation studio Brown Bag Films in association with Disney Junior.