Candace Cameron Bure Finds a New Home at GAC

Candace Cameron Bure, known for her role on the hit show “Full House,” has made the decision to bring her talent to a new network. After a successful 14-year run with Hallmark Channel, Bure has decided to make the leap to GAC, formerly known as Great American Country.

At age 46, Bure is not slowing down. Instead, she is excited to join the ranks of other talented actresses who have made the move to GAC. With shows like “Full House” and its reboot “Fuller House” already airing on the network, Bure is already a familiar face to GAC viewers.

In her new role at GAC, Bure will not only be starring in content but also creating it. She will be involved in developing heartwarming family and faith-filled programming, including seasonal content. And yes, this means more Christmas movies in Bure’s future! In fact, she will play a key role in GAC’s annual Great American Christmas franchise.

Bure believes that GAC aligns perfectly with her personal brand. She is excited to be a part of a network that shares her vision of creating compelling and wholesome content for the whole family. Bure stated, “I am constantly looking for ways that I can inspire people to live life with purpose. Great, quality entertainment with a positive message is what my partnership with GAC is all about!”

So, while we may no longer see Bure in Hallmark Channel movies or the “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries,” we can look forward to seeing her on GAC, where she will continue to bring joy and inspiration to our screens.

To learn more about Bure’s move to GAC and discover other Hallmark Channel actresses who have made the switch, watch the video below.