Aurora Teagarden’s future is now its personal thriller, following Candace Cameron Bure‘s resolution to depart Hallmark for a brand new deal at GAC Household.
In keeping with our sister web site Selection, there aren’t any plans for extra movies within the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries franchise, which starred Bure within the title position. A complete of 18 Aurora Teagarden films, primarily based on the books by True Blood writer Charlaine Harris, had been produced for Hallmark. The latest — and now seemingly closing — film, “Haunted by Homicide” aired in February 2022.
The report additionally notes that, though Bure’s take care of GAC Media just isn’t unique, she received’t seem in some other networks’ vacation programming this season.
As beforehand reported, Bure’s new take care of GAC Media successfully ends her decade-long relationship with Hallmark Channel proprietor Crown Media. Bure will now develop, produce and star in films and tv throughout GAC Household and GAC Residing. She additionally will tackle a outstanding government position on the firm to supervise/curate programming for the networks as an entire, create year-round seasonal celebration content material for the networks, and play a key position within the firm’s annual Nice American Christmas franchise.
“Crown Media has loved over 10 years of collaboration with Candace,” a rep for Hallmark’s mother or father firm tells TVLine. “We respect her resolution and thank her for her many contributions.”
The newly rebranded GAC Household is run by Invoice Abbott, former CEO of Hallmark Channel’s mother or father firm Crown Media Household Networks. Abbott left his longtime Crown Media submit in January 2020 following Hallmark’s resolution to cease airing a business that includes a same-sex marriage ceremony — a choice the community shortly reversed amid a sea of controversy.