Lori Loughlin Reprising 'When Hope Calls' Character After College Admissions Scandal

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Lori Loughlin is going to return to acting very soon. The 57-year-old is set to return as a guest star in Season 2 of the "When Hope Calls the Heart" spinoff "When Hope Calls." Lori will reprise her role of Abigail Stanton in the series. The show originally aired on the Hallmark Channel but Season 2 is moving to GAC Family. This will be her first TV role since being released from prison in Dec. 2020 for her involvement in the college admissions bribery scandal. The mother-of-two originally lost her role in 2019 when news broke of her involvement in the scandal. She was also fired from Netflix's "Fuller House." Now she will now appear in "When Hope Calls'" two-part Season 2 premiere on Dec. 18.