Almost time! The vacation season is quick approaching — and so is Candace Cameron Bure‘s first Christmas film since she joined the Great American Family community.
The Full House alum, 46, introduced on Tuesday, September 13, that the brand new mission, A Christmas … Present, will premiere in November as a part of Great American Family’s “Great American Christmas” lineup.
“A Christmas … Present is about slowing down enough to recognize what’s right in front of our eyes,” the previous Hallmark Channel star mentioned in an announcement saying the film. “The hustle and bustle of the Christmas season will arrive before we know it but it’s through the quiet moments that we hear God speak to us, directing our path to what’s most important.”
In the upcoming movie, the California native is ready to play Maggie Larson, an “overly scheduled” actual property agent and mother who decides to spend Christmas together with her widowed brother and his daughter. While staying together with her sibling, nonetheless, the busy and harassed Maggie has to relearn “the reason for the season.”
A Christmas … Present might be a part of Great American Family’s vacation franchise, “Great American Christmas,” which returns on Saturday, October 21. The community will premiere new vacation motion pictures each Saturday and Sunday and present Christmas motion pictures all day and night time by means of the tip of 2022.
Earlier this 12 months, Cameron Bure shocked followers when she left her longtime residence at Hallmark and signed a take care of Great American Media. According to an April press launch, the Fuller House veteran is ready to develop, produce and star in motion pictures and TV reveals throughout Great American Family and Great American Living, and can tackle a “prominent executive role at the company to oversee and curate programming for the networks as a whole.”
The new film, which might be produced by Cameron Bure’s Candy Rock Entertainment, is the actress’ first mission with the community since inking the deal.
“Candy Rock Entertainment’s mission is to bring to life compelling stories that the entire family can enjoy while feeling a sense of togetherness and connection,” the Dancing With the Stars alum added in her assertion on Tuesday. “I’m so proud of the first of these projects because they are exactly that.”
Prior to her Great American Media transfer, Cameron Bure had labored with the Hallmark Channel for greater than a decade. In addition to starring in a slew of Christmas motion pictures for the community, the previous View cohost headlined the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries franchise.
When she made the swap in April, Cameron Bure joined fellow Hallmark alums Trevor Donovan, Jen Lilley and Danica McKellar, who additionally signed on to work with Great American Media. The new community was launched final 12 months after Bill Abbott, the previous president and CEO of Hallmark’s guardian firm, acquired the channel, initially referred to as Great American Country. Abbott, 60, left Hallmark Media in January 2020 after the corporate apologized for pulling an advert that includes a same-sex couple.
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