No hard feelings? Hallmark replied to Candace Cameron Bure’s new deal with GAC Media after working on more than 20 films together.
“Crown Media has enjoyed over 10 years of collaboration with Candace,” a rep for Hallmark’s parent company told TVLine in a statement on Tuesday, April 19. “We respect her decision and thank her for her many contributions.”
GAC Media announced Tuesday that the Full House alum, 46, would be joining its roster after inking a deal to develop, produce and star in movies and television across the network’s two channels. Cameron Bure will be reunited with the former Hallmark Channel boss. Bill AbbottGAC Family and GAC Living were founded by, in September 2021.
According to TVLine, Cameron Bure’s GAC deal is exclusive to rom-coms and holiday movies, leaving the door open to possibly make more Aurora Teagarden MysteriesHallmark Movies and Mysteries channel. VarietyHowever, the Associated Press reported Tuesday that there were no plans to build new facilities. Aurora Teagardenmovies, and that she will not star in any future Crown Media projects.
The Fuller HouseAn 18-year-old alum made it to the top. Aurora Teagarden Mysteries films for the network, including February’s Aurora Teagarden Mysteries – Haunted by Murder.
Hallmark premiered the mystery franchise in 2015 with Cameron Bure playing the role of librarian and amateur sleuth Aurora Teagarden. She has been an executive producer on all TV movies, including the most recent, which starred her daughter. Natasha Bure, the younger version of Aurora.
Keep an eye out for Haunted by Murder’sCameron Bure spoke out about her love for working with her daughter, 23, who she shares with her husband Valeri Bure. (The couple also has sons. Lev22, and Maksim, 20.)
“I loved it. I loved every minute of it,” she exclusively told Us WeeklyIn February. “I felt like the biggest stage mom. I was so proud.”
Hallmark was also proud of the former child star. UseWhat it was like to make her 10th holiday film for the network in November 2021
“I make them because I love them. And I know that the viewers that watch them really love them, and they mean something to them,” Cameron Bure said ahead of The Christmas Contest’s release. “I always try to make it the best that I can, but I let the pressure [of being the Christmas queen] go last year.”
While the future of the Aurora Teagarden franchise is still up in the air, Cameron Bure expressed excitement to be teaming up with GAC Media — which many of her former Hallmark costars have already moved to — and to create “heartwarming family and faith-filled” shows and movies.
“GAC fits my brand perfectly; we share a vision of creating compelling wholesome content for an audience who wants to watch programming for and with the whole family,” she said in a statement on Tuesday.
According to a GAC Media press release, the California native will be taking on a “prominent executive role at the company to oversee and curate programming for the networks as a whole.”
Cameron Bure will work on “original content for GAC’s channels” and “create year-round seasonal celebration content for the networks and play a key role in the company’s annual Great American Christmas franchise” under the umbrella of her production company, Candy Rock Entertainment.