Doc McStuffins, an animated series produced in Dublin by Brown Bag Films for Disney Junior, has won a Peabody Award for Children’s Programming.
The Peabody Awards, housed at University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, recognize excellence and meritorious work by radio and television stations, networks, webcasters, podcasters, producing organizations and individuals. The 18-member Peabody Board is a distinguished panel of television critics, industry practitioners and experts in culture and the arts. The awards will be presented at a red-carpet ceremony on May 31st.
Doc McStuffins follows a girl who communicates with and heals stuffed animals and broken toys out of her backyard playhouse clinic. The series premiered on Disney Junior on March 23, 2012 where it broke ratings records to instantly become the number one preschool show on U.S. cable television.