Lauren Graham
Lauren Graham will voice the character of Oaxana in “Vampirina.” Pictured: Graham at red carpet screening of “Middle School: The Worst Years Of My Life” in Los Angeles on Oct. 5, 2016. Getty Images/John Sciulli

Lauren Graham has just landed a new role on television!

According to Entertainment Weekly, the “Gilmore Girls” star will lend her voice to Disney Junior’s newest show, “Vampirina.” The animated series, inspired by the “Vampirina Ballerina” book series, also stars “Dawson’s Creek” alum James Van Der Beek. More specifically, Graham and Van Der Beek will voice Oaxana and Boris, the parents of Vampirina (Isabella Crovetti).

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“Vampirina” will chronicle the life of a young girl named Vee, who is struggling to fit in as the new girl in town. Oaxana and Boris decided to move from Transylvania to Pennsylvania to open a local Scare bed and breakfast for visiting goblins and ghouls. Eventually, Vee will become best friends with her neighbor, Poppy (Alexa Davis), and the two of them will journey through the real world and learn to celebrate everyone’s differences. They will also be joined by their pal, Bridget (ViviAnn Yee).

Additionally, Vee’s grandparents, Nanpire and Grandpop, will be voiced by Patti LuPone and Brian Stokes Michell. Wanda Sykes will also lend her voice for Vee’s gargoyle sidekick, Gregoria. Other cast members include Mitchell Whitfield as Demi the ghost, Dee Bradley Baker as Mr. Gore, Benji Risley as Edgar, Cree Summer as Poppy and Ian James Corlett as Chef Remy Bones.

Meanwhile, Graham starred in Netflix’s revival of “Gilmore Girls” last year. Titled “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life,” Graham’s Lorelai and Alexis Bledel’s Rory reunited after several years of being apart. After the successful four-episode revival, there were rumors suggesting that a sequel could be possible. Last month, she told The Hollywood Reporter that she is open to the idea. However, she wants the storylines to still be interesting for the fans.

“Would I do it on Netflix again? Sure, but there are people that have better objectivity than I with saying what is best for the show. You could never please everybody… We would just want to make sure it could be pleasing,” she said.

One of the major cliffhangers from the revival that fans want addressed had to do with Rory’s baby daddy. Graham confirmed that series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and Bledel have some insight on who they think it is.