If you were a kid in the early 2000s, chances are you binge-watched "Wizards of Waverly Place": the popular Disney show created by Todd J. Greenwald ran for four seasons and 106 episodes from 2007 to 2012, and chronicles a family of eccentric wizards living in Greenwich Village, New York. Included in the show's cast were a young Selena Gomez, David Henrie, Jake T. Austin, Maria Canals Barrera, David DeLuise, and Jennifer Stone.
Created around the same time as other childhood favorites like "Lizzie McGuire," "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody," "Hannah Montana," and "Sonny With a Chance," this show is definitely aimed at kids, but that certainly doesn't mean that there aren't a number of moments that will go over the heads of children and resonate with the adults in the audience. Whether it be a crude joke that's too adult for young viewers, explorations of deeper and more mature themes, or hilarious plot holes that just make no sense, the show is an absolute riot to look back on through more adult eyes.
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Following the release of its second season, Hulu's popular show Only Murders in the Building has been renewed for Season 3.
In a statement, Craig Erwich, President of Hulu Originals and ABC Entertainment, explained the decision to keep the show going. "Only Murders in the Building is the true crown jewel of our slate," he said. "Its appeal across generations, the intersection of humor and heart, and its truly original approach are a hallmark of and testament to Dan, John, Steve, Marty, and Selena's work."
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