disgraced former “Full House” star turned not-so-wholesome queen of the Hallmark Channel, is making her big return to movies following her stint in prison.
She’ll star in the TV movie “Fall Into Winter” for the network Great American Family.According to the network’s press release, the plot of the movie is as follows: “Keely (Loughlin) is aghast when her brother sells his half of their family-owned, upscale candy shop to his best friend from high school (and her nemesis, Brooks) forcing a sudden urgency to find connection and common ground.
Keely has been hurt before; change is her new nemesis. Brooks’ past is a mirror of Keely’s. He, too, has a fortress around his heart.
Fate brings the pair together. Might it also offer new beginnings?” Great American Family, founded in 2021, has holiday movies and rom coms that focus on “faith, family and country.” CEO Bill Abbott formerly helmed Hallmark Media, for which Loughlin starred in dozens of movies and series, until her 2019 arrest for her culpability in the college admissions scandal.Read more on nypost.com