Acting comeback in Christmas special
The first trailer is here: In the series “When Hope Calls”, Lori Loughlin will celebrate her comeback as an actor after her stay in prison.
Lori Loughlin (57, “Full House”) has served her sentence for her role in the college admissions scandal. With the second season of the series “When Hope Calls” she returns as an actress. As a kick-off there will be the two-part Christmas special “When Hope Calls Christmas”, which will be shown on Saturday, December 18, 2021, on GAC Family and at the same time a first trailer has been published.
The short clip for the spin-off of the series “When Calls the Heart” shows Abigail (Lori Loughlin) and her adopted son Cody (Carter Ryan Evancic). While Brookfield residents prepare for Christmas and compete with other cities, Abigail and Cody bring a boy into trouble at Lillian’s (Morgan Kohan) orphanage. In “When Calls the Heart” Loughlin played the role until 2019.
Involved in university bribery scandal
Loughlin was released from a prison in Dublin, California, in late December 2020, where she had spent just under two months. Her husband Mossimo Giannulli, 58, who had also admitted guilty of the bribery scandal, was serving a five-month sentence in a facility in Lompoc, California. Both had been involved in the major university bribery scandal in the United States. They had admitted that they had paid the equivalent of around 410,000 euros in bribes to give their daughters advantages at the University of Southern California.