From Princess Protection Program To Only Murders In The Building: 10 Best Selena Gomez TV Shows And Movies, Ranked

10. Princess Protection Program

The film follows Princess Rosalinda (Demi), who is taken into hiding by the Princess Protection Program after her kingdom is threatened by an evil dictator.

9. Another Cinderella Story

Another Cinderella Story stars Selena as Mary Santiago, an aspiring dancer and high school student living with her wicked stepmother and stepsisters.

8. Monte Carlo

Selena embarked on a trip to Paris along with Leighton Meester and Katie Cassidy as the three played best friends, Grace, Meg, and Emma, in the adventure romantic comedy, Monte Carlo.

7. In Dubious Battle

Selena plays Lisa London, a young pregnant woman who becomes deeply affected by the harsh conditions of the migrant workers.

6. Ramona and Beezus

An adaptation of the Ramona novel series, Ramona and Beezus revolves around the adventurous and imaginative little girl Ramona Quimby, who often gets in trouble at her school and home.

5. Wizards of Waverly Place

The fantasy sitcom follows Alex and her two brothers, who all have magical abilities and undergo training to take part in a mandatory competition that decides who of the three gets to keep their powers.

4. Hotel Transylvania

Selena proved that even if she is not visible on the screen, her voice is enough to captivate the audience as she voiced Mavis Dracula in the animated monster comedy Hotel Transylvania.

3. The Fundamentals of Caring

The film follows their journey across the country, during which they form an unlikely bond and help each other cope with their respective challenges.

2. Rudderless

Rudderless is a musical drama that tells the story of a grieving father, Sam (Billy Crudup), who copes with his son’s loss by forming a band after discovering his son’s demo tapes.

1. Only Murders in the Building

The Hulu series follows a trio of strangers, who form a bond while investigating murder mysteries in their New York City apartment building.

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