UPDATE: 7:03 p.m. EST —​ Hallmark told the Hollywood Reporter that “When Calls the Heart” will not air this Sunday, March 17, and they are “evaluating all creative options” for the series. 

Original story: Lori Loughlin’s arrest in the college admissions scandal is affecting her work. Hallmark has reportedly fired the actress.

The Hallmark Channel announced Thursday that the “When Calls the Heart” star was terminated. AP reports that Hallmark Cards, Inc. (parent company of Crown Media Family Networks, which owns Hallmark Channel) said in a statement that they were “saddened by the recent allegations surrounding the college admissions process” and “are no longer working with Lori Loughlin.”

Loughlin was in Vancouver filming the 16th installment of the “Garage Sale Mysteries” franchise, which launched in 2013. She had to leave the set, where she also serves as an executive producer, and return to the U.S. after the FBI issued a warrant for her arrest. She was arrested Wednesday and released on $1 million bail.

According to the Daily Beast, she was even given permission to travel to Canada for work through the end of the year. She was signed to do three more “Garage Sale Mysteries,” according to IMDb, but it seems the channel is heading in another direction.

The actress also has a role in Hallmark’s “When Calls the Heart.” Season 6 is currently airing, so Loughlin’s character, Abigail Stanton, will presumably keep appearing throughout the season. Loughlin was a co-executive producer on the show. 

The family-friendly network has worked with Loughlin a lot over the years with over a dozen titles starring the 54-year-old.

Earlier this week, Loughlin was indicted along with dozens of others in the college admissions scandal. Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli are accused of paying $500,000 to get their daughters recruited to the University of Southern California’s crew team despite their kids not participating in the sport. Recruited athletes are guaranteed acceptance to the school. Both were arrested and released on $1 million bail each.

Loughlin isn’t the only one whose career is affected. Sephora has dropped her youngest daughter, beauty vlogger Olivia Jade, who is in the middle of her freshman year. The social media influencer had released a makeup palette with the store just a few months ago.

Hallmark isn’t Loughlin’s only employer. She also appears on Netflix’s “Fuller House.”

Lori Loughlin fired from Hallmark Lori Loughlin has been fired from "When Calls the Heart" and other Hallmark projects. Photo: Crown Media/Ricardo Hubbs