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Disney Junior Orders Second Season of Sofia the First

Sofia the First as seen on Babble's Disney VoicesTo the excitement of little girls and boys everywhere, Disney Junior has ordered a second season of Sofia the First.

Named the No. 1 cable TV series among preschoolers, the breakout animated series shows young viewers what it takes to be a true princess – kindness, generosity, loyalty, honesty and grace – and that it’s not always easy to do what’s right.

What’s more, children from blended families can relate to Sofia – she joins the royal family when her mother marries the king of Enchancia – all while learning that adjusting to new experiences can be fun.

Related: 10 Life Lessons for Kids from ‘Sofia the First’

Related: Sofia the First: The Stars Behind Disney’s Little Girl Princess

Nancy Kanter, Senior Vice President, Original Programming and General Manager, Disney Junior Worldwide, said, “We are so proud of the strong connection our young viewers and their parents have forged with Sofia. While she and her family live in a magical make-believe world, the storytelling and relatable everyday themes have struck a chord with our audience and has created demand not only for more stories, but to extend the ‘Sofia the First’ experience beyond the screen.”

Word on the street also has it Sofia is scheduled to make her Disney Parks debut this summer!

Photo credits: Disney Junior

Information provided by Disney Junior

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