Even though "Wizards of Waverly Place" may now officially be gone from the Disney Channel, the Creative Arts Emmys are making certain that the Selena Gomez series is not forgotten in any ways. The critically-acclaimed show (which already has a series of Emmy wins under its belt already) took home the trophy of Outstanding Children's Program Saturday night at the Creative Arts Emmys, which are a series of awards handed out that are not included in the actual telecast airing on ABC next week.
Selena has yet to address this victory publicly, but we are pretty sure that she has to be rather satisfied with it. She was a star of the series for many years prior to it ending last fall, and "Wizards" is in many ways responsible for the massive success that she has today. She has by and large gone on to film movies, but do not be surprised if she makes a few guest appearances here and there on various shows.
Some of the other programs related to children that won Creative Arts Emmys including "The Penguins of Madagascar" (for animated series) and "Sesame Street: Growing Hope Against Hunger" (for nonfiction series).
Even though Selena's show is no longer on the air, are you happy to see it victorious? We want to hear some of your thoughts with a comment below!