Lori Loughlin Making Big TV Come Back After Completing Prison Sentence?
Fans of the longtime show are still holding out hope that their favorite character might return on the show, but what's the latest update on the portrayal of Abigail Spencer?
But early this week, it seems like there's more info on a possible return.
In a San Jose Mercury News report, Lori Loughlin was reportedly granted "expedited" permission to travel out of the country, which means she's allowed to go to Canada.
The report stated that a Boston-based judge had granted the "Full House" actress a single week to do her week.
An insider revealed to the outlet that Lori is excited to travel and because she is being offered a filming production project.
Production is reportedly expected to start in September or October. But because of Canada's new COVID-19 policy, the mom-of-two needs to ensure that she's fully vaccinated.
Thankfully, there is no longer a two-week quarantine requirement.
Though it may seem like one week isn't a lot, in the past years, when Lori Loughlin was on the show, she often reported working only for short periods.
The mom-of-two reportedly films all her scenes in a few weeks to get back home to her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, and their two children, Isabella Rose, and Olivia Jade.
But is Lori Loughlin returning to the show? Many Hallmark films are created in Canada, and until fans know where she is headed, they cannot figure out what project she'll be part of until the actress confirms it.
It could be possible that she may be working on another Hallmark movie with a Christmas theme.
The 57-year-old actress and her fashion designer husband pleaded guilty in May 2020 to paying $500,000 to get their two children accepted into the University of Southern California as crew recruits despite not knowing how to row.
At first, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli claimed they were innocent but later pleaded guilty to bribing.
Loughlin was ordered to pay $150,000 and her husband $250,000. They both already served their time in prison and complete hours for community service.