a computer-animated Halloween fantasy musical children's television series that premiered on Disney Junior on October 1, 2017. The show is based on the Vampirina Ballerina series of books written by Anne Marie Pace and illustrated by LeUyen Pham, published by Disney-Hyperion. Disney Junior announced the series in March 2016. It features much of the staff that has worked on fellow series Doc McStuffins.[1] In January 2018, a second season was announced by Disney[2] and a third season was announced on September 7, 2018. Premise Edit
Vampirina follows the story of Vampirina "Vee" Hauntley who becomes a new kid on the block after she and her family move from Transylvania to Pennsylvania to open a local bed and breakfast called the Scare B&B for visiting ghouls (including vampires[4]) and goblins. The Hauntley family have to learn to do things the "Pennsylvania way," especially when Vee is at school.

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Isabella Cramp as Vampirina "Vee" Hauntley,[5] a young vampire. Unlike in the books, in the TV adaptation, she and her family have blue skin.[6]
Lauren Graham as Oxana Hauntley,[5] Vee's mom who is the co-proprietor of the Scare B&B.
James Van Der Beek as Boris Hauntley,[5] Vee's dad who is the co-proprietor of the Scare B&B.
Patti Lupone as Nanpire,[5] Vee's grandmother.
Brian Stokes Mitchell as Grandpop,[5] Vee's grandfather.
Wanda Sykes as Gregoria,[5] a 473-year-old gargoyle and Vee's sidekick.
Cree Summer as Edna Peepleson,[5] the Hauntley's next-door neighbor and Poppy and Edgar's mom.
Mitchell Whitfield as Demi, a ghost who lives with the Hauntleys.
Ian James Corlett as Chef Remy Bones, a skeleton who is the head chef of the Scare B&B who speaks with a French accent.
Jordan Alexa Davis as Poppy Peepleson, Edna's daughter and Vee's best friend and sidekick.
ViviAnn Yee as Bridget, a very shy and nervous girl who is another one of Vee's friends.
Benji Risley as Edgar Peepleson, Poppy's twin brother who runs a vlog.
Dee Bradley Baker a