‘Aurora Teagarden Mysteries’ film series canceled as Candace Cameron Bure strikes GAC deal

Aurora Teagarden Mysteries have actually been cancelled. Variety reported that following Candace Cameron Bure signing a new deal with GAC Media, there are no plans for the future. Aurora Tea Garden movies. Bure played in the 18 Aurora Tea Garden films streamed on Hallmark.

It was recently reported that Bure, who has long been one of the faces of Hallmark Channel, will be bringing his talents to GAC. Since Bure took on the lead role of Aurora Teagarden, the show has been canceled, with multiple sources telling Variety news. In addition to playing in Aurora Tea Garden movies, the publication noted that the Full house alum has appeared in a total of 29 films with the Hallmark Channel. Bure is not expected to appear in any upcoming films for Crown Media and Hallmark Channel.

Bure reportedly signed a “megadeal” with GAC Media. She will not only star in projects for GAC Family and GAC Living, but she will also develop and produce. Her contract calls for her to take a leadership position at GAC and she can help organize the company’s programming. Bure will produce original content for GAC through his own company, Candy Rock Entertainment. The actor’s company will play a big role in selecting the network’s “Great American Christmas” programming, a subject Bure is particularly familiar with after his work on the Hallmark Channel. Although this is a fairly large deal, Variety noted that it is not exclusive. Still, Bure will not appear in any holiday movies for other networks during the 2022-2023 television season.

“Crown Media has benefited from over 10 years of working with Candace,” a Hallmark spokesperson said. Variety. “We respect her decision and thank her for her many contributions.” Around the same time, Bure also released a statement in which she expressed her excitement about joining the GAC family.

“I’m very excited about developing faith-filled, family-friendly programs and creating the kind of stories that my family and I love to watch. I’m constantly looking for ways to inspire people to live their lives with a goal,” Bure said. “GAC fits my brand perfectly; we share a vision of creating wholesome and compelling content for audiences who want to watch programs for and with the whole family. High quality entertainment with a positive message is the goal of my partnership with GAC. »

Andrea G. Henderson