Candace Cameron Bure Gets Her Hands Dirty Making New Hallmark Film

by Chase Thomas
(Photo by Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic)

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for so many folks, and that includes Candace Cameron Bure. The former star of Fuller House has become a staple this time of year in so many homes. Not for her role on the classic Netflix sitcom, no, but on the Hallmark channel where Cameron Bure has thrived where she has appeared in so many Christmas movies. Well, Candance Cameron Bure is back and getting her hands dirty making a new Hallmark film.

Her new film looks to be called Honeymoon Murder with more filming to come in 2022. However, Cameron Bure took to her personal Instagram to post to her story filming updates and why the film might get a bit messy outside.

Cameron Bure has stayed busy has she just wrapped up filming another movie, her 18th as she tells it for the channel. That’s a pretty impressive run.

She put together an Instagram post about the milestones one and had this to say, “Just wrapped another Aurora Teagarden Mystery. #18 !!!! I can’t believe we started these movies 7 years ago. I love bringing you family friendly entertainment and can’t wait for you to see this new one! Coming in February on @hallmarkmovie . Follow @aurorateagardenmysteries for more.”

Candace Cameron Bure’s Future with Hallmark Channel

Cameron Bure has been with the Hallmark channel for a long time now, so it is fair to wonder what her future looks like with the channel. Could she be looking to wind down her time? Well, that does not look to be the case, at least not as of this writing.

Candace Cameron Bure told the Washington Post, “Oh, I absolutely love it. I’ve had a long-standing relationship with Hallmark Channel for 12 years. Being intentional with my career and my choices, their branding has always lined up with what I want to represent and with the type of programming that I do, which is all family-friendly entertainment. And so I love that.”

She’s happy and they are happy. It is the right fit for Candace Cameron Bure, which makes it all easier for everyone involved.

She continued, “I have fans who are 6 years old who recognize me as D.J. Tanner, whether it’s from the original show or the new show on Netflix. And then I have 60-year-old fans that love me on Hallmark Channel. I couldn’t be more thrilled. I love being associated with Christmas — it’s my favorite holiday of the year.”

She gets the best of both worlds. Oler fans know her as the star from that show everybody loved, Full House, but older fans know her from her roles in all of the different Hallmark movies.