Her next big role! Lori Loughlin is making her return to TV movies with a first time collaboration with Great American Family.The network announced on Thursday, September 22, that the actress, 58, is set to star in the upcoming film Fall Into Winter.
The project, which will premiere in January 2023, is part of Great American Family’s annual winter programming and will be Loughlin’s first romantic comedy for the network.“Lori is a genre-defining star that I have had the honor to call a close friend and collaborator for more than 15 years,” President and CEO of Great American Media, Bill Abbott, said in a press release. “We have a shared vision for creating meaningful and memorable movies that resonate with our passionate fans, and I look forward to welcoming her back to Great American Family to anchor our 2023 winter programming slate.”Earlier this week, Abbott, 60, hinted at his plans to work with the Full House alum again. (Loughlin previously reprised her role of Abigail Stanton in When Hope Calls Christmas in December 2021.)“She’s America’s sweetheart, regardless of whatever happened,” the businessman told Variety on Wednesday, September 21, referring to Loughlin’s legal issues. “At the end of the day, she represents all that is positive about entertainment, and has had a stellar career — not only on screen, but also the way she’s conducted herself personally, in terms of being someone who has a track record of doing the right thing in the world at large, aside from whatever happened.”Abbott continued: “I don’t know the details.
She’s beloved and for good reason. We’re very proud of our association with her and we want to make her part of the fabric.”Loughlin’s return comes after she and her husband, Mossimo GiannulliRead more on usmagazine.com