Candace Cameron Bure Appreciates Viewers After Religious Network Sees Huge Ratings Increase

When she announced a continuous increase in viewing, Hollywood actress Candace Cameron Bure praised Great American Family followers.

The 47-year-old actress shared a screenshot of a Great American Media press release about the network's ratings growth on Tuesday. The channel airs Bure's movies and TV episodes.

“Thank You,” Bure said on her Instagram Story, which featured balloons and confetti. Great American Family is “leading all networks in year-over-year viewership increases for the seventh consecutive month,” according to the statement.

It stated, "According to Nielsen Media Research, Great American Family also retained its position as TV's fastest growing network in both [Second quarter 2023] to date and 2023 

[Year to Date] with the largest gains in Total Day and Primetime viewership among both Households and Total Viewers."

According to the Wall Street Journal, Bure joined GAF to promote "faith-filled" stories "that have more meaning and purpose and depth behind them."

Bure left Hallmark for GAF after its programming and advertising began featuring LGBTQ-themed tales, including the first original Christmas movie about a same-sex pair, "The Holiday Sitter," in December.

The "Full House" actress said that Hallmark had become "a completely different network" due to a "change of leadership"

and that she knew the people behind Great American Family were Christians who loved the Lord and wanted to promote faith programming and good family entertainment.