- When the heart calls Season 6 finally returns in May.
- The original Hallmark series has been off the air since the alleged involvement of Lori Loughlin in the university admission scandal.
- The program has strived to eliminate any trace of Lori, including its removal from the existing one. WCTH poster.
When the heart calls finally it is coming back! Season 6 of the hit Hallmark program has been on hold since the news that Lori Loughlin was supposedly involved in a widespread cheating scheme in college. After the scandal, Hallmark took Lori out of her ongoing projects, including WCTH.
The series went off the air when the producers thought of how to proceed without Lori and her character Abigail Stanton. Abigail was an integral part of the show, almost as much as Elizabeth Thatcher of Erin Krakow. Although we are still not sure how the drama of the period will handle the exit of Abigail, we do know that the network has already taken measures to eliminate it completely.
After Hallmark announced WCTHThe return date (by the way, mark your calendars for May 5), a new poster was also launched. As you can see, Lori is nowhere to be found. In contrast, Erin is the only actress who appears mainly, while the rest of the cast sits below.
It is very far from the original image of season 6, which showed Lori and Jack Wagner in a prominent place with Erin. Jack is now at the bottom with Pascale Hutton, Kavan Smith, Chris McNally and Kevin McGarry. Lori's name has also been removed from the cast list.
Of course, all this makes sense, given the reports that Lori has been completely eliminated from episodes of season 6. One source said Entertainment Weekly that the runners of the show have "reissued in such a way that it eliminates any appearance" of Lori.
Although Lori still faces an uphill legal battle, it seems Hope Valley is ready to go ahead with her business as usual. In addition, with season 7 on the horizon, the program has no plans to let the #OperationVarsityBlues drama affect its success.
Megan Stein is the senior editor of CountryLiving.com, which covers entertainment news ranging from extravagant moments in "The Voice" to the latest events with HGTV stars.