John Stamos, played by (Miley Cyrus‘ ex, Justin Gaston) is responsible for our favorite Uncle’s name! In this new clip of The Unauthorized Full House Story, which is set to air on Saturday on Lifetime, we see a look at John’s conversation with creator Jeff Franklin (played by Matthew Kevin Anderson), where they talk about the pilot of Full House — and why Uncle Adam should be Uncle Jesse.
Twenty years after making us swoon as Uncle Jesse on Full House, John Stamos is still looking mighty fine at 52 years old, and for good reason: he’s had quite the year! Despite hitting a bump in the road with a DUI in June, he and his career couldn’t be doing better. Take a look at everything John has achieved and what he has coming!
John Stamos has been very vocal about how much he wants Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to join Fuller House, but that wasn’t always the case. He took the stage at the Television Critics Association on August 6 to promote his new FOX show, Grandfathered, but of course got questions about Fuller House and that not-so-positive clip of Unauthorized Full House Story.
If you need yet another reason to tune into Netflix’s Full House reboot, Fuller House, you’ll be happy to know that Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky are still married! John Stamos, 51, who is reprising his role as Uncle Jesse, shared the exciting news in an adorable Instagram pic with Lori Loughlin, 50, who is also returning to play Aunt Becky. Have mercy!
It’s been a crazy summer so far for John Stamos, 51, and now things are slowly starting to settle down. The actor has been MIA ever since his DUI arrest on June 12 and now he’s back and ready to get into the swing of things!
Yep, you read that correctly. John Stamos, 51, is currently in rehab. The beloved Full House star has entered treatment after being arrested for driving under the influence in Beverly Hills, CA on June 12. He has begun a residential program for the treatment of substance abuse. Click inside for more details!
Yikes. John Stamos, 51, was arrested on June 12 in Beverly Hills following multiple calls about a silver Mercedes driving erratically. When police stopped the vehicle, they believed John needed medical attention for a possible medical condition, and he was later hospitalized.