VAMPIRINA is the new ghoul in town, and she’s ready to show everyone how to dance to the beat of their own drum! Vampirina “Vee” Hauntley and her family — which includes a friendly ghost and transforming pet werewolf — just moved from Transylvania to Pennsylvania. When she’s not helping her family host Transylvanian guests in their Scare B&B, she’s busy showing her new human friends how to live life the spook-tacular way, every day! Whether they’re making their own “Spine-Chiller” music video, planning a party or throwing a sleepover filled with surprises, Vee and her friends always figure out how to have fang-tastic fun!
Vampirina is amazing and actually teaches too. Great Job Disney Jr.
“Vampirina,” inspired by the children’s book series “Vampirina Ballerina” by Anne Marie Pace, is about a family of friendly vampires who move from Transylvania to Pennsylvania. Vampirina “Vee” Hauntley’s family includes a friendly ghost and pet werewolf. Life in Pennsylvania is completely different from Transylvania, primarily because there are humans everywhere, but Vee adjusts to her new surroundings and makes friends with several humans. Whether they’re making their own music video, planning a party or throwing a surprise-filled sleepover, Vee and her friends always figure out how to have fun with a helping of spookiness for good measure.
The DVD contains 8 episodes. In “Going Batty,” Vee gets nervous when she meets her new neighbors. In “Scare B & B,” Vee’s mom, Oxana, opens up a B & B, and two vampires check in as guests the exact same time the neighbors are invited to stay. Vee invites Bridget and Poppy to spend the night in “The Sleepover.” “Portrait of a Vampire” deals with Vee’s eventful first day at a human school, while “Vee’s Surprise Party” finds Vee’s classmates throwing her a surprise birthday party. “Vee Goes Viral” focuses on a web video of Vee and Poppy that becomes an Internet sensation. Vee and Poppy have to undo a curse put on Edna’s garden in “The Plant Predicament,” and Vee and pals must convince the mummy, King Peppy, that museum visitors are still interested in him.
What a fun, neat show for the kids to watch! As a parent, I get tired of the same old shows, but this was a great show for the kiddos to watch and I love the story behind it!