You love Full House. You love Fuller House. You love the Hallmark Channel. You LOVE Christmas movies. Well, perk up your ears for some outstanding news: Two members of the Tanner family, Lori Loughlin and Jodie Sweetin will star in Christmas movies on the Hallmark Channel in 2018.
As Entertainment Weekly reported, the two will be in Christmas movies tentatively slated for airing in December. Loughlin, whom we all know best as Becky Donaldson-Katsopolis, beloved to Uncle Jesse, will play the role of a socialite in distress who moves back to the small town she grew up in for the movie Hometown Christmas. Loughlin will also star in the annual When Calls the Heart Christmas movie.
Meanwhile, Sweetin, a.ka. everyone's favorite middle sister, Stephanie Tanner, will create her own world of Christmas excitement in the movie Making Spirits Bright. In the flick, her character "...will be given a vacation away from her parents’ house around the holidays if she helps them complete their Christmas shopping list," as EW reveals. Last year, Sweetin starred in her first Hallmark Christmas movie, Finding Santa.
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