Hallmark Channel announced a return trip to Hope Valley, and as the Heart Calls were extended for season eight, the Erin Krakow series star announced at the end of the Season 7 on Sunday.
WCTH ended its seventh season on Sunday, the first full season without the original cast of Lori Loughin. The Fuller House superstar was indicted in March 2019 in connection with the bribe program, in which wealthy parents paid large sums to bring their children to elite schools. Hallmark expelled them shortly after the scandal. The show then paused to explore their “creative possibilities”. When she returned last May, Krakow and Elizabeth announced that Abigail de Lovlin had left town to look after her sick mother outside the East.
During the April 19 episode, when Calls the Heart had an average of 2.4 million viewers and 0.24 experimental grades, it was only 3 and 11% from season 6. The episode on April 5 was the original No. 2 series, which featured in the primary cable in total viewers and women over 18 years of age.
Full House alum Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, were charged in March 2019 with conspiracies related to email and email fraud and money laundering in the university’s acceptance scandal. Those who are not guilty have admitted. Loughlin’s Abbeville character was removed from the series at the end of season six when it was announced that he had travelled “back east” to take care of his sick mother.
Season 7 was the first full season without Lori Loughlin, which was released across the country after being arrested in a total bribery scandal. Full House alum Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, were charged in March 2019 with conspiracies related to mail and email fraud and money laundering in the university acceptance scandal.
When Calls The Heart was a huge success for Hallmark. On April 19, the average series was 2.4 million viewers with 0.24 experimental ratings.