Hallmark Channel hosted the 2018 TCA’s last night in Pasadena, California.
Candace Cameron Bure (Fuller House, Aurora Teagarden) has become a staple in the Hallmark Channel family starring in Christmas and Mystery movies for the network. Her Christmas movie for the 2017 lineup, ‘Switched for Christmas‘ topped the charts for the network. She also stars in the popular mystery series, “Aurora Teagarden” for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.
Candace’s little TV sister, Jodie Sweetin has also become part of the Hallmark Channel family, starring in her very own Christmas movie this past season called, ‘Finding Santa.’
The TCA’s were underway on Saturday, January 13th at the Tournament House in Pasadena where they announced their next 6 months of programming to over 450 media members, talent, and industry leaders.
Candace Cameron posed on the carpet with TV sister, Jodie Sweetin and real life daughter Natasha Bure. She said, “Truly, there are no two women I’d rather be with tonight. Just missing @andreabarber terribly! I love you all- @jodiesweetin @natashabure@andrearegalado Thanks @hallmarkchannel @hallmarkmovie ! #TCA2018”
Candace also ran into Danica McKellar at the party. Full House and The Wonder Years colliding? Candace said, “Winnie and D.J… what?!!! I love me some @danicamckellar !!! What a beautiful and smart woman ❤️”
Candace and Jodie’s TV aunt, Lori Loughlin aka Aunt Becky is also a big part of Hallmark, starring in ‘When Calls the Heart‘ and ‘Garage Sale Mysteries.’
Lori Loughlin’s very successful “Garage Sale Mystery” franchise will return as a limited series with four all-new original movies in August 2018. The official announcement was made as part of Crown Media Family Networks’ TV Critics Association Winter Press Tour. It will air on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Network.
See more photos of Candace Cameron, Jodie Sweetin, and Natasha Bure from TCA’s 2018