College admissions scandal makes Hallmark Channel’s acting house a bit less full

A constant in the Hallmark Channel’s warm-and-fuzzy programming — Lori Loughlin — has been fired in the wake of the national college admissions scandal involving wealthy and well-known parents cheating to get their kids into elite schools.

After gaining fame on the sitcom “Full House,” Loughlin grew into a regular on shows for the Hallmark Channel, which is owned by Kansas City-based Hallmark Cards Inc. subsidiary Crown Media Holdings Inc. Her credits include several Christmas movies and…

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