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Candace Cameron in All-New Mystery ‘Aurora Teagarden’ Movie This Weekend – See Photos

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Candace Cameron Bure is back not as DJ Fuller this time, but as Aurora Teagarden in the latest installment of Hallmark Channel’s ‘Last Scene Alive: Aurora Teagarden Mystery.”  It will air on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel on Sunday, January 7th.  

There is excitement in the air when a Hollywood crew comes to Lawrenceton to film a movie about the town’s librarian, Aurora Teagarden (Candace Cameron Bure).

However, the unexpected happens when Aurora Teagarden is called on to find out who killed the woman who was set to play Aurora in a new movie.  A man Aurora briefly dated is the mystery writer on the movie set.  Is there a connection?  

Marilu Henner is back as Aida Teagarden, Aurora’s mother in this installment of the mystery movie.  Aurora begins to assemble her list of suspects, seeking out motives for each. What will happen?

Candace Cameron Bure posted to Instagram reminding her loyal followers about the new upcoming movie and to tune in.  She said, “Who else is counting down? Just 2 days until the premiere of “Last Scene Alive.” Tune in Sunday 9/8c for the newest Aurora Teagarden mystery! Only on @hallmarkmovie#HallmarkMoviesandMysteries#AuroraTeagarden

Fans are excited for the next movie in the popular Aurora Teagarden franchise.

Kristin said, “I am!!!! Can’t wait!!! You are so good.

Ophelia said, “Everyone in my house is so counting down 🙂

Aurora Teagarden’s mom played by Marilu Henner chatted live with fans on Hallmark Movies Official Facebook yesterday on January 4th.  In case you missed it, you can watch it below:


Good news for Aurora Teagarden fans.  Marilu says there will be a 9th and 10th installment of the popular mystery series.

See photos from ‘Last Scene Alive: Aurora Teagarden Mystery’


Catch Candace Cameron, Marilu Henner, and the rest of the cast in ‘Last Scene Alive: Aurora Teagarden Mystery” on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel on Sunday, January 7, 2018 at 8/7c.