At least two cast members of Hallmark Channel's "When Calls the Heart" series have expressed their gratitude to fans following Lori Loughlin's dismissal following alleged involvement in the College Admissions scandal. .
Paul Greene, who plays Carson Shepherd in the series, thanked fans via Twitter Tuesday for their "incredible love and support for this difficult situation."
Andrea Brooks also shared a similar message, thanking fans for "the extraordinary outpouring of love and support shown last week".
"Hi #Hearties, I just wanted to take a moment to tell you that I appreciate the immense outpouring of love and support from the past week.Your kindness and dedication do not go unnoticed. Love being part of this family Thanks, Brooks, who plays the role of Faith Carter in the series, wrote on Instagram.
The show has forged links with Loughlin following the announcement of his alleged involvement in an elite program involving affluent families who would have paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to secure a place for their children in certain the country's most prestigious universities, such as Yale, the Southern University. California (USC) and Georgetown, among others.
Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, reportedly paid $ 500,000 in bribes to their two daughters, YouTube star Olivia Jade Giannulli and her older sister Isabella, nominated as rookies for USC team although they did not participate in the sport.
On Instagram last week, the Hallmark channel assured fans that it would not cancel the show in which Loughlin was playing Abigail Stanton.
Series producer Brian Bird also went to the photo sharing platform to share a similar message, noting that the series had "taken a creative break to rearrange the remaining episodes of Season 6".
"Your love for When Calls the Heart is the courage we rely on to cope with this difficult transition and your Hearties community will always be the most important legacy of this TV series. We love you!
Katherine Lam of Fox News contributed to this report.