With Dracula away on “Official Vampire Business,” Mavis finally sees her chance to show her father what she can do. With the help of her friends, she decides to put her brilliant ideas of how to run the Hotel into motion, but enter Aunt Lydia, Dracula’s older and much meaner sister. While Mavis and friends are ready to let loose and have fun, Aunt Lydia pushes for even more order and tradition at the Hotel.
Beginning Sunday, June 4, Disney Channel will also debut three new shorts on its Youtube account and the Disney Channel app to build anticipation for the series. The shorts follow Mavis and her dad Drac as he prepares to join the Vampire Council.
“We are thrilled to be teaming up with Disney Channel to share the visual and epic storytelling of Hotel Transylvania: The Series with audiences worldwide,” said Scott Dyer, Nelvana president. “Working with our partners at Sony Pictures Animation, we are excited to build on the incredible global success of the franchise and bring the world of Hotel Transylvania to the small screen and family-friendly digital platforms.”
Genndy Tartakovsky is currently directing the third feature film in the Hotel Transylvania franchise, which is slated for 2018 release.