I’ve added HD captures of Candace in Christmas Town. I also added captures of the introduction and commercial breaks.
Candace appeared on Hallmark’s Home & Family on September 22nd.
While the whole world has been on a break Candace Cameron Bure has been busy launching her Dayspring Love Over All collection. Wrapping filming of her 9th Hallmark Channel original Christmas movie which has a “Wizard of Oz” theme.
Here is a clip of the interview below. I also uploaded screencaptures and stills from the interview.
Fa-la-la-la-inally! The Hallmark Holiday Movie schedule has finally arrived and it feels like Christmas morning already! If there was ever a year that we needed all of the hot cocoa, snow man building, sleigh riding, tinsel-coated goodness that we count on Hallmark for, it’s this year. And our friends at the Hallmark are not going to disappoint. That’s right, the pandemic will not stop Countdown to Christmas on Hallmark Channel or Miracles of Christmas on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Despite the fact that Hollywood, like the rest of the world, screeched to a halt in March, the show will go on. Productions for films and television series were all postponed, but one of the first groups to get back to work were our friends at Hallmark. Of course, they did so while following strict Covid-19 safety practices. All you need to do is follow the Hallmark stars on social media to catch glimpses of life in the Hallmark quarantine bubble. (Check out Paul Greene, Jack Wagner, Wes Brown, and Jill Wagner to start)
Not only do they have a whole new slate of movies that will air on both networks, they have worked with several different partners to go beyond the screen to create a fully holiday experience.
“For more than a decade, Hallmark holiday movies have represented the gold standard that many aspire to replicate,” Crown Media’s President & CEO, Wonya Lucas said in a statement. “What we bring to the table and what truly sets us apart is an immersive holiday experience that has become a pop culture phenomenon for millions of fans. From our signature movies, to food and wine, to games and decorations, to clothing, music, books, and more, we have created a destination that evokes the spirit and feeling of the season in a way that is uniquely Hallmark.”
The cable news leaders of all things holly and jolly also promises the most inclusive festivities you will find on TV this holiday season. This includes the return of many familiar faces like Candace Cameron Bure in her ninth Hallmark Channel original holiday film, Lacy Chabert, Wes Brown, and Holly Robinson Pete, but many new folks are joining the fold this year as well. Some new names on the roster include Janel Parish of Pretty Little Lies fame, Jeremy Jordon from Super Girl, and Ronnie Rowe Jr. from Star Trek: Discovery.
Without further ado, the full lists for both networks are below. Some are working titles and things are subject to change, so make sure you check the Hallmark Movie Checklist App often.
HALLMARK CHANNEL’S COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS:
All premieres are at 8 p.m. ET/PT
Friday, November 27: Christmas by Starlight
Starring: Kimberley Sustad and Paul Campbell
Annie, a lawyer, must help her loved ones this holiday season. Her family’s restaurant, The Starlight Café, is slated for demolition. The heir to the development firm responsible, William,makes her an unlikely proposition: he’ll spare the café if Annie spends the week “appearing” as the legal counsel his father is demanding he hire in the wake of some costly mistakes.
Saturday, November 28: Christmas Waltz
Starring: Lacey Chabert, Will Kemp and JT Church
After Avery’s storybook Christmas wedding is canceled unexpectedly, dance instructor Roman helps her rebuild her dreams.
Sunday, November 29: If I Only Had Christmas
Starring: Candace Cameron Bure and Warren Christie
At Christmas, a cheerful publicist teams up with a cynical business owner and his team to help a charity in need.
Saturday, December 5 Christmas in Evergreen: Bells Are Ringing
Starring: Holly Robinson Peete, Colin Lawrence, Rukiya Bernard, Antonio Cayonne, and Barbara Niven
As Michelle’s wedding approaches, Hannah steps up to help finish the launch of the new Evergreen museum while questioning her relationship and future with Elliot.
Sunday, December 6: Christmas She Wrote
Starring: Danica McKellar and Dylan Neal
When Kayleigh a romance writer, has her column cancelled right before Christmas, she heads home to reconnect with her family. Kayleigh gets an unexpected visit from the man who cancelled her column who fights not only to bring her back to the publisher but also for her heart.
We have new layouts on our main site and at the photo gallery. I hope that you all like them as much as I do! The header was designed by Kayla and the themes are by Sin21! Sorry that updates have been a little slow. They should be more regular now. I am also working on updating some of our site’s content.
I’ve added HD captures, episode stills, promotional photos and more of Candace in season 4 of Fuller House.
Our site has been online for 4 years!!! I am working on the Fuller House section in our photo gallery. To start with I’ve added stills & promotional photos from seasons 1-3 and I also added HD captures from season 3! I have quite a few updates planned for this month so keep checking back here!
Candace is on the May cover of Good Housekeeping! I’ve added photos from the photoshoot to our photo gallery. Scans will be up very soon!
As Candace Cameron Bure moves on from Fuller House, she’s getting ready to spring into her next big chapter. Rest assured, whatever she does, she’s forever bringing D.J. Tanner with her.
You could never tell that Candace Cameron Bure only got three hours of sleep last night.
She arrives bright and beaming to the set of her Good Housekeeping cover photo shoot in late January around 10:45 a.m. after appearing on two morning TV shows just a few hours prior. Wearing a poppy-red dress and a full face of makeup, Candace greets everyone before taking a seat on a stool inside the studio. Straightening her dress over her knees, she politely asks for a cup of tea and then lets out a celebratory exhale: For a brief moment during an otherwise jam-packed day of on-camera appearances and hosting events to promote her new children’s book, Grow Candace Grow, Candace is ready to reflect on it all — her past, present, and future projects.
Fuller House, the Netflix series that wrapped filming its fifth and final season in November, is the most obvious one. Though Candace captured a lot of hugs and hearty tears on social media in the days leading up to (and on the day of) the finale taping, she’s currently at a place where she can discuss it without getting emotional. That said, when the last few episodes of season 5 become available on Netflix, it might be a different story.
“I don’t think the reality has hit yet. And I don’t think it will until probably the summertime that we’re not coming back,” Candace says while settling into her chair. “I’m definitely more at ease now than I was when we finished filming. But it was rough at the end.”
And understandably so. For the past few years, acting in — and sometimes directing — the reboot of the famous ’90s sitcom Full House has been a huge source of joy for Candace. The realization that this could be the final bow for her beloved TV character D.J. Tanner is difficult to process. But even still, Candace is looking at the positive side of it all — even though the series is ending, her close relationships with her co-stars, including Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, certainly aren’t.
“The three of us video chat. I talk to them every day. We Marco Polo. We love Marco Polo,” she reveals while smiling to herself. “And in the big group texts, there are different groups, I talk with John [Stamos], Bob [Saget], and Dave [Coulier] too.”
And so, the show goes on for Candace via GIF and emoji exchanges. What also helps her is knowing that when Full House went off the air in 1995, it wasn’t really over for the fans, and it likely never will be. Although she may not ever sit on the checkered blue-and-white Tanner couch again, Candace realizes that to many, she’ll always be “Deej” — and that’s comforting to know.
“If I am forever known as D.J. Tanner and everyone’s big sister, I will be thrilled and happy,” she explains. “Full House and Fuller House have brought so much joy, comfort, and love to so many people. There’s nothing more I want to be associated with than wonderful and positive things. I embrace the show as an adult just as I embraced it back when I was 10 years old.”
Reflecting on her early Full House days, Candace says she felt very much like D.J. during that time in her life — an “average, typical American kid” who, like any teenager, was just trying to figure it all out. Unlike some turbulent stories of child actors in Hollywood, Candace relays only good memories about her time growing up on camera.