Doc McStuffins is an American animated television series produced by Disney Television Animation for Disney Channel and Disney Junior. The show follows the adventures of Dottie "Doc" McStuffins who decides she wants to become a doctor like her mother, a pediatrician. She practices her dream by fixing toys and dolls by using her magic stethoscope, which cause toys, dolls, and stuffed animals to come to life.
Characters from Doc McStuffins crossed over with Muppet Babies and other Disney Junior characters in the Music Nursery Rhymes video "Hickory Dickory Dock"; Doc McStuffins and Lambie sits next to Baby Kermit, Baby Piggy, and Baby Animal at a party. In Disney Junior's Ready for Preschool video "Letters," Baby Kermit and Lambie appeared together.
- Promoting Muppet Moments, a behind the scene video showcases the Muppets auditioning for Disney Junior programs. Fozzie Bear auditions for Doc McStuffins and says her phrase "I have a diagnosis!" In addition, Animal auditions for Doc McStuffins' toy friend, Lambie.
- Anthony Anderson voiced Stanley in "Welcome to McStuffinsville"
- Dee Bradley Baker voiced various roles
- Julianne Buescher voiced Bella in "Break Dancer"
- Ty Burrell voiced Big Jack in "Chip Off the Ol' Box"
- Lacey Chabert voiced Gaby in "Arcade Escapade"
- Peter Cullen voiced Eeyore in "Into the Hundred Acre Wood"
- Sutton Foster voiced Frida Fairy in "Frida Fairy Flies Again"
- Nolan Gould voiced Little Jack in "Out of the Box"
- Chris Nee created the series and wrote a number of episodes
- Laraine Newman voiced Aurora in "Starry Starry Night"
- Michelle Obama voiced herself in "Doc McStuffins Goes to Washington"
- Patton Oswalt voiced Count Clarence the Magnificent
- Rob Paulsen voiced Angus in "Karate Kangaroos"
- Robin Roberts voiced Audrey's Mom in "Hannah the Brave"
- Amy Sedaris voiced Dress-Up Daisy in "Doc to the Rescue"
- Molly Shannon voiced Rita in "No Sweetah Cheetah"
- Jeffrey Tambor voiced Santa Claus in "A Very McStuffins Christmas" and "The Doc McStuffins Christmas Special".
- Tiffany Thornton voiced Xyla in "One Note Wonder"
- Ed Valentine wrote a number of episodes