Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place The Movie earned magical ratings this weekend, becoming the most-watched cable telecast of the year.
See what the producer and co-star had to say about the film
The movie pulled in 11.4 million viewers, 4 million of which were in the tween (9-to-14) demographic. The telecast ranks as the second-most-viewed original movie in the cable channel's history behind High School Musical 2.
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Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie
Put away the schoolbooks and pack your wand, because the Russo family is headed on vacation in the Disney Channel's Wizards of Waverly Place The Movie —an extension of the popular tween series.
After a successful sophomore season, executive producer Peter Murrieta was thrilled the Disney Channel chose to make a movie for the small screen. "Rarely have they done a movie based on their series... so we're very excited they chose our show," he told TVGuide.com.
What magical hijinks are the kids up to this time around?