Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky are ‘together forever’! John Stamos hinted that the fan favorite couple’s marriage is still going strong in ‘Fuller House’ in the sweetest pic ever. See it here!
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!
The casting is officially underway for ‘Fuller House,’ and now that Danny Tanner is officially a grandpa, we have to assume he spends his free time vacuuming the stairs. But he’s actually married — and it’s not to Vicky!
Call me crazy, but I was always Team Vanny — okay, shipper names didn’t exist then, but still, I was partial to Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) and Vicky Larson (Gail Edwards). However, we’ve just found out that the Fuller House team is casting a wife right now for Danny — and they’re not looking for Vicky. That means that after they separated in season seven, they never found each other again! So, who’s he married to?
This is… Very weird. A first cast photo from the Lifetime movie based on the making of ‘Full House’ has just been released and, honestly, we don’t know what to say about it.
We’re getting more Full House. Not only is a spinoff series of the classic 90s sitcom coming our way on Netflix in 2016, but there is also a Lifetime movie in the pipeline based on the making of the series called The Unauthorized Full House Story. The movie, which will debut on Aug. 22, has just released a first photo of the cast in character as the cast of the show and it is pretty bizarre! A movie based on a show, about the making of said show is definitely somewhat of a mind-bender, so allow us to break down all the deets!
Maybe the Olsen twins will join ‘Fuller House’ after all! John Stamos revealed on Twitter that he just had a heart to heart with Mary-Kate. And this comes right after the sisters denied knowing about the Netflix spinoff!
And the plot thickens! When Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen finally broke their silence about the Fuller House spinoff, saying they weren’t even called, John Stamos called “bullsh-t” on the whole thing. However, just two days later it sounds like he made up with the twins!
It sounds like everyone’s trying to jump on the ‘Full House’ train! In the midst of the news that Netflix is creating a spin-off, Lifetime has now also confirmed they’ll be airing a ‘tell-all’ movie.
Following in their Unauthorized Saved by the Bell flick’s footsteps, the creators at Lifetime are now ready to create an Unauthorized Full House Story — a working title, of course.
The ‘Fuller House’ back and forth continues. John Stamos took to Twitter to clarify that he did in fact reach out to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to be a part of the ‘Full House’ spinoff– and he had some very choice words.
John Stamos wants to make it clear that he reached out to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen about joining the Full House spinoff series, Fuller House. When John broke the news that the revival was officially happening, the question of which cast members of the original series would and wouldn’t be returning quickly ran through everyone’s minds. After conflicting reports about their involvement, Mary-Kate and Ashley claimed that John had not actually reached out to them in the first place. Well, on April 26, John took to his Twitter to set the record straight!
Uh oh. Former ‘Full House’ star Lori Loughlin is dissing Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen again! This time, she’s suggesting their younger sister, Elizabeth Olsen, takes over the role of Michelle Tanner for the Netflix spinoff, ‘Fuller House.’ Watch the video here!
It’s still unclear if Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen will return for Netflix’s Full House reboot, Fuller House, but Lori Loughlin was quick to offer up a suggestion in the instance that they decide not to come back. Brace yourselves — Lori just threw some major shade at her former co-stars.
Who knew that Andy Cohen would make such a great Michelle Tanner? On ‘Watch What Happens Live,’ Andy and Lori Loughlin reenacted a famous ‘Full House’ scene, and it has us asking, Mary-Kate and Ashley who?
We already know that we’re getting a Full House revival, Fuller House, dropping on Netflix in 2016– but we don’t have to wait until then to see a remake of our favorite 90s series! On the April 22 episode of Watch What Happens Live, host Andy Cohen took advantage of his guest Lori Loughlin and the two, along with Jerry O’Connell, reenacted a famous scene from the beloved sitcom. You honestly have to see it to believe the absurdity!
Is Michelle returning to the Tanner household? Well, the Olsen twins have spoken out about the new Netflix series, ‘Fuller House’ . . . and it may not be what you expect, at all.
After John Stamos confirmed to Jimmy Kimmel that Full House would be getting a spinoff on Netflix on Monday, April 20, apparently the news took a full day to get to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. The girls just revealed that they’re actually “shocked!”
How can ‘Full House’ be revived without the Olsen twins? Well, it can’t! At least, not in my eyes. While I’m super excited to hear that one of my favorite shows is coming back to life on Netflix, I’m saddened to hear that Mary Kate and Ashley may not be involved. ‘How rude.’
After hearing John Stamos confirm that Full House would be coming back for a reunion and subsequent spinoff series, I went from saying “You got it, dude!” to “How rude” in a matter of minutes. Don’t get me wrong — I absolutely love that one of my favorite TV shows is being revived, but I’ll only be satisfied with the final product if Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen return. Sadly, they’re still in “discussions regarding guest appearances,” according to the show’s official press release.
There’s only one Michelle Tanner — which means ‘Fuller House’ only needs one Olsen twin! Lori Loughlin made this point clear by throwing shade at the twins during an appearance on ‘Access Hollywood’ to discuss the ‘Full House’ reunion.
Fans are dying to know if Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are on-board for the Full House Netflix reunion special, but Lori Loughlin seems completely uninterested in whether or not the actors-turned-designers will be returning! In fact, she even dissed her former co-stars on Access Hollywood, by pointing out that both of them aren’t even needed in order to add Michelle Tanner to the cast. Burn!
Brace yourselves guys: a ‘Full House’ revival is officially heading to Netflix. So, who of the original cast is returning? We’ve got EXCLUSIVE scoop!
Be still, our 90s-loving hearts. John Stamos has officially confirmed the rumors that a Full House spinoff is in fact happening. Netflix has ordered 13 episodes of Fuller House, set to drop sometime in 2016. Now with the project moving ahead, we’re free to wonder who from the original cast will return. We know John is in, but what about Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who made their showbiz debut on the series at the ripe age of one, both playing the role of sassy Michelle Tanner? Sadly, the talented twins will not return, and we’ve got the EXCLUSIVE scoop as to why!
OMG! It’s official! During an April 20 appearance on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live,’ John Stamos confirmed that Netflix has picked up a 13-episode ‘Full House’ reunion/spinoff series. Find out what we can expect when the beloved show returns!
Netflix, we thank you. The streaming service has ordered a 13-episode Full House spinoff series that is expected to premiere in 2016. John Stamos, 51, confirmed the Fuller House rumor on Jimmy Kimmel Live April 20, and even dished on some plot details. Get the scoop!
If you’re like me and still watching ‘Full House’ reruns on the daily, then you’re probably freaking out over the announcement of ‘Fuller House.’ Here are 5 things that MUST happen if this epic ‘Full House’ reunion gets the OK!
News of Fuller House was the best thing I’d heard in a long time! The Full House reunion show is so close to nearing a deal on Netflix, and I’ve come up with 5 things that have to happen if the show gets the go-ahead. I’ve got big predictions for DJ (Candace Cameron-Bure), Kimmy (Andrea Barber), Jesse (John Stamos), Michelle (Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen) and more!
You got it dude! ‘Full House,’ our favorite ’90s family show with an amazing cast is almost headed to Netflix in a continuation of the original called ‘Fuller House.’ You can freak out now.
Netflix is extremely close ordering a new 13-episode series, Fuller House –– yes, an extension of the Tanner family’s original series that wrapped in 1995 — our sister site, TVLine reported on April 2. So, who can you expect to see in the spinoff? And which star is heading behind the camera?
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