Candace Cameron Bure sits down with ET Online and discusses life after Fuller House.
Candace Cameron Bure dishes on professional plans post Fuller House.
Seemingly, many fans are sad that the reboot of Full House on Netflix, Fuller House, is over after only five seasons. Luckily for fans, Candace Cameron Bure shares behind-the-scenes photos on her Instagram. These nostalgic photos celebrate the anniversary taping of the series finale.
Fans may not know that Candace Cameron Bure directs several episodes of Fuller House. So, maybe the sitcom star has a future in directing? Bure describes directing as “incredibly fulfilling.” And she says, “directing a multi-cam is something I want to do more of.”
Unfortunately, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic throws a wrench in everyone’s plans. Notably, Bure acknowledges this when it comes to making plans for her professional future. She also gives some insider information bout the biz. She explains that her options for directing are limited. Ultimately, “there are very few shows that are back to work,” she explains. However, it doesn’t seem like a career in directing is completely off the table for Bure. “But that’s like my wheelhouse. I love multi-cam and I love sitcom.”
Some insider information about the Hallmark Christmas Movie, If I Only Had Christmas
Excitedly, the self-proclaimed “Queen of Christmas” gears up for the Sunday, November 29th release of her Hallmark movie, If I Only Had Christmas. ETOnline provides a quick synopsis of the film. They describe it as “a feel-good holiday film.” For her role, Candace Cameron Bure plays a publicist. She works with a “cynical business owner to help a charity in need.”
Remarkably, If I Only Had Christmas is the ninth Hallmark movie with Candace Cameron Bure as it’s lead. While she may find “her Hallmark work challenging” she also finds it “exciting.” Seemingly this may be in part since she has ownership over the production of the films. Bure shares, “So, I’ve executive produced the last 20 movies I’ve done for Hallmark Channel.”
However, it seems that she has a particular fondness for Christmas scripts. “But then the Christmas scripts particularly, I mean, I tag team with my producer, so we wrote this and developed it from the ground up.” Another little bit of insider information, If I Only Had a Christmas “is an homage to The Wizard of Oz.” This happens to be Bure’s “all-time favorite movie.”
While fans may not get to see Candace Cameron Bure on new episodes of Fuller House, it is comforting to see she has ambitions to continue acting (and directing) sitcoms. Additionally, fans can watch Bure in her role as Aurora Teagarden in Hallmark’s Aurora Teagarden Mysteries Series. Stay tuned to TV Shows Ace for this and more television news.