Parents, you can breathe easy now. The day you feared is no longer a possibility. Faith has been restored, and your children will not be rioting in the streets. Per The Hollywood Reporter:

Doc McStuffins will be back to take care of more toys in need.

Disney Junior has ordered a fifth season of its animated series about a young girl who aspires to be a doctor like her mom.

The show, which airs daily on Disney Channel and its sister network Disney Junior, aims to teach compassion and good health for kids ages two to seven. Season Five is set to premiere in 2018.

“Doc McStuffins is an unmistakable example of our commitment to powerful storytelling that enriches and enlightens kids,” said Nancy Kanter, executive vp and general manager at Disney Junior Worldwide. “I can think of no other children’s television show in recent history that has touched as many lives and made the kind of impact around the world that Doc has. Our viewers have forged a deep connection with this series and are very vocal about how strongly they believe in these characters.”

You see, parents. Nothing to worry about. Except for the fact that Caillou is still on the air.