Aurora Teagarden: Til Death Do Us Part

 

Candace Camerone Bure says Til Death Do Us Part was only the second time she has played a bride

When Candace Cameron Bure walks down the aisle as Aurora Teagarden on Sunday, it will be only the second time she has played a bride onscreen.

“Here’s the surprise,” she said. “Everyone thinks I’ve been married a bunch of times on television. And they ask, ‘How many dresses have you worn?’ But this is actually only my second time in 27 Hallmark movies and well over 35 or 40 TV movies in general, it’s only my second time getting married on TV. And the first time is on Fuller House.”

Til Death Do Us Part is the sixteenth installment in the Aurora Teagarden film series, which debuted in 2015 with Aurora Teagarden Mystery: A Bone to Pick. The movies chronicle the adventures of a small-town librarian and amateur detective. They are based on the mystery series by Charlaine Harris.

In this episode, Aurora “Roe” Teagarden (played by Candace Cameron Bure), marries long-time boyfriend Nick Miller (played by Niall Matter). But before they can make it to the altar, they must solve the murder of a man found in a local warehouse. When the police begin investigating the crime, Roe and Nick realize they were with the victim the night that he died, and that people who knew the man are hiding something.

Things become even more complicated when Roe’s father, Charles (played by Andrew Airlie), comes to town to meet the groom.

Second time a bride

Despite being in the business since she was six years old, Bure has only played a bride once before. That was during the 2017 episode of Fuller House, “Wedding Or Not, Here We Come,” in which Bure’s character married her high school sweetheart in a triple ceremony that included her sister Stephanie and her best friend.

Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel will air back-to-back showings of the Aurora Teagarden series on Sunday, June 13, in preparation for the premiere of Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Til Death Do Us Part at 8/7c.

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