Almost time! The holiday season is fast approaching, and so are candace cameron bureThe first Christmas movie since joining the Great American Family network.
the Full house alum, 46, announced on Tuesday September 13 that the new project, A Christmas present…will premiere in November as part of Great American Family’s “Great American Christmas” lineup.
“A Christmas present… it’s about slowing down enough to recognize what’s right in front of our eyes,” the former Hallmark Channel star said in a statement announcing the film. “The hustle and bustle of the holiday season will arrive before we know it, but it is through the quiet moments that we hear God speak to us, directing our path to what is most important.”
In the upcoming film, the California native will play Maggie Larson, an “over-scheduled” real estate agent and mother who decides to spend Christmas with her widowed brother and his daughter. However, while she stays with her brother, Maggie, busy and stressed, she has to relearn “the reason for the season.”
A Christmas present… will be part of the Great American Family Christmas franchise, “Great American Christmas,” which returns on Saturday, October 21. The network will premiere new holiday movies every Saturday and Sunday and show holiday movies all day and night through the end of 2022.
Earlier this year, Cameron Bure surprised fans when he left his old home at Hallmark and signed with Great American Media. According to an April press release, the most complete house The veteran is set to develop, produce and star in movies and television shows on Great American Family and Great American Living, and will take on a “senior executive role at the company to oversee and curate the networks’ programming as a whole.”
The new film, which will be produced by Cameron Bure’s Candy Rock Entertainment, is the actress’s first project with the network since signing the contract.
“Candy Rock Entertainment’s mission is to bring compelling stories to life that the entire family can enjoy while feeling a sense of togetherness and connection,” said the dancing with the stars Alum added in his statement Tuesday. “I am very proud of the first of these projects because they are exactly that.”
Before his move to Great American Media, Cameron Bure had worked with the Hallmark Channel for more than a decade. In addition to starring in a slew of Christmas movies for the network, the former View co-host headlined the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries franchise.
When he made the switch in April, Cameron Bure joined other Hallmark alumni Trevor Donovan, Jen Lilley Y Danica McKellar, who also signed to work with Great American Media. The new network was launched last year after Bill Abbott, the former chairman and CEO of Hallmark’s parent company, acquired the channel, originally called Great American Country. Abbott, 60, left Hallmark Media in January 2020 after the company apologized for taking out an ad featuring a same-sex couple.
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