Lacey Chabert leaves no mark — replies to Candace Cameron Bure

The current reigning Queen of Hallmark has no intention of relinquishing her throne.

In an interview with Vulture, actress Lacey Chabert addresses Candace Cameron Bure’s recent comments about the “change in leadership” that has allegedly made Hallmark a “completely different network” than it once was. That was a key reason given when Bure left Hallmark for the GAC family, but it’s not a sentiment shared by Chabert.

“I feel like any change encompasses our creative ideas,” says Chabert. “And it’s my responsibility to the audience that continues to watch my films that I give the best I have to offer. That’s always my mission. I will never give up what Hallmark means to me, which is that it’s all about the heart. I don’t think there are any plans for that to change any time soon.”

The “leadership change” Bure is referring to came in January 2020 with the departure of former Crown Media Family Networks chief executive officer Bill Abbott. His exit came after Hallmark’s handling of a same-sex wedding commercial that was pulled from the channel and then reinstated. Abbott has bounced back as the new CEO of GAC family parent company Great American Media, where he has lured big names from Hallmark – including Bure and Danica McKellar – to his new home.

It’s worth noting that Chabert has appeared in 30 Hallmark films compared to Bure’s 29, making her even more of a Hallmark MVP.

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Lindsay Lowe

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