TV Q&A: Will Lori Loughlin Return to Hallmark? | Lifestyles



RICH HELDENFELS Tribune News Service

Q: Will Hallmark ever bring back and release any of Lori Loughlin’s films? Yes, she got caught up in the college admissions scandal, but she paid for her indiscretions in time and money. We miss them.

A: We might wonder if Loughlin was just “caught” for “indiscretions” and if the punishment matched the crime. But it’s a long conversation. On your main question, she’ll be returning to TV on GAC Family, the recent retooling of Great American Country. She will reprise her role as Abigail Stanton in “When Calls the Heart” as a guest on the second season of “When Hope Calls” starting December 18 on the network. The first season of the series aired under the Hallmark banner, and GAC Family is chasing Hallmark audiences with what it calls “fun-loving vacation-themed movies and series that celebrate culture, lifestyle and American heritage ”.

Hallmark, on the other hand, said in a recent tweet that he “has not chosen Lori Loughlin in any current project, and we have no plans to launch her in the future.”

Q: Is it true that OWN chose “All Rise”?

A: It is. The Oprah Winfrey network has reached a deal for a third season of the legal drama that CBS has canceled, with new episodes arriving in 2022. According to reports, the series will also air on HBO Max and Hulu. Deadline.com’s Nellie Andreeva said most of the cast, including star Simone Missick, will be returning. And “since the options on the actors had expired in June… they had to make new deals and all of them marked increases,” Andreeva said.

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Q: I got hooked on “Shades of Blue” with Jennifer Lopez. I just watched the last episode of season 2. Please tell me there will be a season 3.

A: There was a third and final season of the crime drama in 2018. Locations still carrying the episodes include NBC.com and the streaming service Tubi.

Q: Is Craig Stevens from “Peter Gunn” still alive? When was he born?

A: The dapper actor, better known as private investigator Peter Gunn, passed away in May 2000, a few months before his 82nd birthday.

Q: I’m trying to remember the name of a TV show with William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw, Henry Winkler, George Foreman, and a younger man. They traveled to different countries. I think it was around 2018. It was a fun show.

A: It was “Better Late Than Never,” a travel show featuring the four men you mentioned with his sidekick Jeff Dye. It aired on NBC for two short seasons in 2016 and 2018, but was not picked up for a third airing.

Q: The other night I was watching the movie “The Accountant” with Ben Affleck. I was wondering who the singer was and the piece of music at the end when Affleck’s character walks away. I kept hearing a line: “Trying to leave something behind. It really sounds like a good piece of music.

A: It was “To Leave Something Behind” by Sean Rowe.

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