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Candace Cameron Bure Announces New Movie Franchise

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Candace Cameron Bure announced a new mystery movie franchise on her faith-based Great American Family television network, set to launch in 2024.

The series, starting with “The Ainsley McGregor Mysteries: A Case for the Winemaker,” will feature family dynamics and relationships, aiming to engage audiences with cozy mysteries.

“Mystery SOLVED!” Bure wrote. “Great American Mysteries are coming to Great American Family in 2024!! Catch [TheAinsleyMcGregorMysteries: A Case for the Winemaker] this year starring [Aaron Ashmore] [Robin Dunne] and me— I can’t wait for you all to see it.”

Bure, as CEO of Candy Rock Entertainment, expressed excitement for the project, emphasizing the appeal of mysteries and the town of Sweet River, Texas.

“There’s nothing more exciting for me than being back in the cozy mystery genre,” Bure said. “Mysteries are so fun to watch and to try to solve. I hope our faithful fans and audiences fall in love with the townspeople of Sweet River, Texas, and Ainsley McGregor’s keen eye for solving mysteries.”

“In this next-level mystery series, the family dynamics and developing relationships alone should keep you coming back for more!” Bure said.

Great American Media’s CEO highlighted the network’s focus on light-hearted stories and classic storytelling in the mystery genre.

CEO Bill Abbott said, “We are thrilled to be in the business of telling fun, light-hearted stories featuring great characters, strong stories, and a fun side of the mystery genre that fits perfectly with our licensed series strategy.”

“Our cozy mysteries are crafted in the heritage of the classic storytelling that has evolved since Agatha Christie coined the term in the 1930s and set the stage for one of the most popular genres of entertainment,” he added.

Bure’s move from Hallmark to GAF was motivated by a desire to share faith-filled and meaningful content with a network aligned with her values.

“I knew that the people behind Great American Family were Christians that love the Lord and wanted to promote faith programming and good family entertainment,” Bure said.

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