Candace Cameron Bure won just two awards for her first Christmas movie in Great American Family

Candace Cameron Bure has been called a lot lately, but award-winning is definitely not one of those descriptions. But that’s about to change… well, May be.

The Fuller House The actress who made a lot of headlines for transferring her brand of entertainment to Great American Family just received the Best Family Television Award and the Grace Award for TV Performance at the 30th Annual MovieGuide Awards. Haven’t heard of them? They are (kindly) nicknamed the Christian Oscars because they like to be respectful healthy And rise up Christian entertainment.

Bure won for production and acting A Christmas … present, the first holiday movie for the channel under its Candy Rock Entertainment banner. The flick premiered in November as part of the channel’s Great American Christmas lineup. She played a real estate mom opposite Mark Blukus and Paul Fitzgerald.

In a touching Instagram post, Bure thanked the network and its CEO Bill Abbott “for sharing the Scriptures and the name of Jesus on cable television and for being unabashed in your dedication to faith and family entertainment.”

The award was organized on Friday. Lori Loughlin showed up!

Last summer, GAC Media signed major deals with the former Hallmark Channel to develop, produce and star in movies and TV shows for GAC Family and GAC Living. She also took on an executive role at the company, overseeing and curating programming, which eventually led to her now-infamous interview with the Wall Street Journal to “root out traditional marriage.”

In other words, Great American Family will not have a holiday movie featuring same-sex couples as leads. That didn’t sit well with actress Hilary Burton (who called him a bigot) and plenty of people on social media who objected to what they saw as veiled — or outright overt — homophobia.

The 30th Annual MovieGuide Awards will be streamed February 26 on cabler UPtv

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