It was a hilarious reunion for the guys of the original ‘Full House’ as the trio stopped by ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ and while doing a little reminiscing, Bob Saget did a whole lot of oversharing.
Aww, how we’ve missed this adorable threesome after all these years away! John Stamos, 52, Bob Saget, 59 and Dave Coulier, 56, stopped by to visit with Stephen Colbert, 51, and talk up the new Netflix reboot Fuller House, where they’re all making cameos in their original roles. They shared stories about how great the original show was, but Bob made a super shocking revelation about how his TV daughters turned out! Read on for what he had to say.
I could sing Uncle Jesse’s ‘Forever’ in my sleep; I’m dying to know who Rory ends up with; and honestly, I wasn’t sure if I still believed without Mulder and Scully. But even I am ready to throw in the overused towel.
How much is too much? Well, this is it. It seems that as a TV writer, every day there is news breaking of a new TV show being remade or rebooted — either the original cast is coming back and picking up where they left off, or a whole new group is taking on the original story. Either way, the ideas are still one thing: old.
The ‘Fuller House’ Gods have answered your prayers. No, not the return of the Olsen twins (yet), but now there’s even more of a chance — Netflix just announced the show will get a second a season!
Less than a week after Fuller House aired its 13 episodes on Netflix, the network announced it’s return via Twitter, and this time, we have some needs/hopes for the return. Namely: more Stamos.
Oh, the shade! Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen do NOT reprise the role of Michelle Tanner on ‘Fuller House,’ and the cast decided to diss the twins in playful jest. It’s pretty hilarious. Click to WATCH!
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, a.k.a. Michelle Tanner, got a little mention in the Fuller House premiere, but it’s not what you think. The entire cast collectively threw some major shade at the twins after they chose not to reprise their role as youngest Tanner. Watch it now!
We fell in love with Val and Maks Chmerkovskiy on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ — but who knew they could also be super cute and quirky on TV?
When Maksim and Val Chmerkovskiy guest star in episode three of Fuller House, they use their sick dance moves — but they had to do more than that: they had to act! Maksim chatted with HollywoodLife.com about his experience — and his new found love for acting.
From the cast literally looking into the camera and referencing their other jobs to side by side stills of ‘Full House,’ one thing the Netflix reboot gets right is the references to the original.
While the opening credits features multiple side-by-sides of the Fuller House cast then and now, the adults leave town and the three girls are left on their own — sort of. During the 13 episodes, there are multiple callbacks to those who watched every single episode ever of Full House — like me. So I’m here to give you the best part of the reboot: all the parts that referenced back to the show that we actually liked.
It’s here — what we’ve all been waiting for: ‘Fuller House.’ However, it’s not really what we’ve been waiting for.
If anyone was a Full House fan growing up, it was this girl. Danny’s OCD, Jesse’s hair jokes, the girls’ one-liners — as a kid, they were hilarious. As an adult, I can watch reruns and smile. So it pains me to say, Fuller House was pretty much the opposite of what I was hoping for.
What ever happened to predictability? We’re not quite sure because Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘Fuller House’ theme song, which was released on Feb. 25, sounds nothing like the original. But that doesn’t mean it’s not good. It’s just very different. Listen to it here!
Fuller House will be released on Netflix tomorrow, Feb. 26, and just in time for its arrival, the show’s theme song has surfaced online. Carly Rae Jepsen sings the updated version of the Full House, and while it’s a bit different from the original, it’ll still make you feel like you’re at home with the Tanners.
It’s the moment we’ve been waiting for, seriously, we waited almost 20 years for this — the return of ‘Full House’! The new Netflix spinoff ‘Fuller House’ is out on Feb. 26 — so, should we just go for it and binge watch all of the episodes? Hear what the cast thinks.
Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber sat down with the hosts of Good Morning America on Feb 24 to dish on the fun details of Fuller House. The girls reunited to spill the beans on whether or not the series should be binged watched and you need to hear their answers!
Not a ‘Full House’ fan, but still want to check out ‘Fuller House’ when it hits Netflix, since you know everyone will be talking about it? No worries, this quick refresher is all you’ll need.
Not everyone was Team Steve; not everyone remembers “Forever” as the perfect wedding song; and not everyone (though I assume most) knows who said “how rude!” and who said “you got it dude!” Luckily, we have everything you need to know before Fuller House hits Netflix.
The girls on ‘Full House’ are all grown up — clearly — but are the storylines? The spinoff airs on Netflix on Feb. 26, and everyone is wondering about what the network change plus the age group will mean. Luckily, HollywoodLife.com spoke to the cast to find out.
Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), DJ (Candace Cameron-Bure), and Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) are not kids anymore. They’re now in their 30s, living together and raising their families. But they’re also dating, and well, are adults so the subject matter isn’t going to be so G-rated anymore. Or is it?
Who better than the cast of ‘Fuller House’ to offer Donald Trump the best advice on how to make America great again!? The crew appeared on ‘The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon’ Feb. 16, and brought back a ton of show memories while offering the politician some guidance. Watch!
The Fuller House cast does NOT agree with Donald Trump’s decision to put a wall up between the United States and Mexico! In a hilarious skit on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon dressed up as Trump and got some epic advice from Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier and the rest of the cast — and there were tons of classic Full House references, too!
Nostalgia alert! Even though the Olsen twins wouldn’t commit to playing Michelle on ‘Fuller House,’ she’s still going to be a part of the show! Not only that, she’s going to be the victim of a drunk dialing prank by her older sisters and we’ve got the full trailer for you to see!
So adorbs! We’ve been waiting to see what kind of trouble D.J.and Stephanie Tanner get into as adults on the new Fuller House, and now we’re getting a sneak peek at Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber as pal Kimmy Gibbler having some drunken dialing fun at little sister Michelle Tanner’s expense. While sadly Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen aren’t going to be on the show, Michelle will still be there in spirit! Check out the clever way that the show is keeping the character alive in the newly released full-length trailer!
It’s really happening. The main girls on ‘Fuller House’ headed on ‘Ellen’ on Feb. 9 to debut the first official trailer for the Netflix show — and we can not wait. Watch the full trailer here.
Is it Feb. 26 yet? Fuller House is about to debut on Netflix, and we still haven’t gotten a trailer yet — that is until now. Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber headed on Ellen to promote the new show and well, debut the trailer. In it, we meet DJ’s kids, Andrea’s daughter, and see the moment DJ’s sister and BFF decided to move into her house to help out with her newborn. And yes, Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) is back with some very confident phrases.
Have mercy! Who else is counting down the days until ‘Fuller House’ comes on Netflix? I know I’m not the only one. If you’re not, just wait until you watch this clip!
We see you Steve! That’s right, DJ’s old flame Steve (Scott Weigner) makes his debut in this brand new behind-the-scenes video where the cast — DJ’s Candace Cameron-Bure, Kimmy’s Andrea Barber‘s Steph’s Jodie Sweetin, Uncle Jesse’s John Stamos), Joey’s Dave Couiler, and of course Danny’s Bob Saget — give us a sneak peek of what to expect, what it was like being all back together, and of course — those one liners we’re obsessing over. (Yes, “how rude” is included.)
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