Candace Cameron Bure Does Not Watch 'Hallmark' or 'Fuller House' While Quarantining with Family

Candace Cameron Bure literally has a full house with her family together at home. But that doesn’t mean they will watch any episodes of “Fuller House” while hunkered down amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Even though the ongoing pandemic allows for quality family bonding, Candace Cameron Bure dished that it won’t happen over any one of her appearances on television.


During an interview with Closer Weekly, the actress elaborated on life at home with husband Valeri and their three children Maksim, Natasha, and Lev, amid the pandemic.

“We’re doing really great. I’m very thankful that I have my family. We’ve just been enjoying time together — cooking meals and playing lots of board games and watching Netflix,” the “Fuller House” actress said.

Candace Cameron Bure and family attend the premiere of "Muppets Most Wanted" on March 11, 2014, in Hollywood, California. | Source: Getty Images.

Candace Cameron Bure and family attend the premiere of "Muppets Most Wanted" on March 11, 2014, in Hollywood, California. | Source: Getty Images.


However, Candace said that her grown-up children watch anything on television that she doesn’t star in, and she joked that the Hallmark channel and “Fuller House” is “like banned” in their house.

Since her three kids with Valeri see her every day, they don’t want to sit next to her on the couch and watch her on the television at the same time. Even so, the Bure family also has other things to keep them busy.


“You know, there’s still lots of stuff through social media and interviews that I’ve been doing,” Candace explained. “We’ve made a schedule, and so that has been really helpful.”

Every morning they start with a workout followed by a shower before they tackle things that can be done during the rest of the day, and it definitely won’t include watching Candace’s newest film.


Set to debut on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel on May 17, Candace will make her 13th appearance as Aurora in the “Teagarden Mysteries” franchise titled “Heist and Seek.”

Last month Candace also joined the fight against COVID-19 by co-hosting a special called “Hope Rising” alongside her brother and fellow actor Kirk Cameron.

The music special aimed at raising funds towards the Samaritan’s Purse charity benefiting those affected by the novel coronavirus, and it featured a bunch of awarding-winning artists, including Danny Gokey, Kirk Franklin, Gloria Gaynor, Kristin Chenoweth, For King & Country and more. 


On April 6 Candace Cameron Bure also celebrated her 44th birthday at home in quarantine with her family, and she relished every minute of it.

Apart from spending the day with her husband and children, she received an outdoor of love and well-wishes from her family, friends, and fans, but she also got a new bike to help her keep fit and in healthy shape.

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