Candace Cameron Bure Talks Hallmark Exit & Reveals Great American Family “Will Keep Traditional Marriage At Core” And Not Feature Gay Couples

Candace Cameron Bure opens up about her transition from Crown Media Family’s Hallmark Channel into Great American Family. She also reveals whether holiday movies will include gay couples.

Bure stated in an interview that “my heart wants to tell stories with more meaning, purpose, and depth behind them,” The Wall Street Journal. “I knew that Great American Family was run by Christians who loved the Lord and wanted to promote good family entertainment and faith programming.”

Bure was reunited at Great American Family with Bill Abbott, her ex-Hallmark boss. He has allowed her to produce and create content under the banner “Candace Cameron Bure Presents.” Bure said that Hallmark is “a completely different network than it was when I started” because of her new leadership.

Hallmark, in turn, stated that “We want all viewers see themselves in the programming and everybody is welcome.”

Hallmark will promote its first holiday film, The Christmas Sitter. This is something that Great American Family, according to Bure, isn’t going to do anytime soon.

The Full House alum stated that “I believe that Great American Family will preserve traditional marriage at its core.”

Abbott, on the other side, left the door open and said, “It’s certain the year 2022, therefore we’re aware the trends.” There is no whiteboard that can say, “Yes, this” or “No, we won’t go there.” ‘”

Bure stated that her films for Great American Family will not offend the unbelievers or anyone with a different faith.


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