‘Full House’ Getting Netflix Revival Treatment with ‘Fuller House’
24: Live Another Day certainly kicked down the door, while Coach was apparently already living inside, and now it seems we have a Full House. Oh yes, we’ve got it, dude, the long-awaited Netflix Full House reunion series we never knew we never wanted. Prepare for … Fuller House!
TVLine claims that Netflix is on the verge of a 13-episode order for the new multicam revival series, which would focus on D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron-Bure) and Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), presumably with children of their own (separately). Producer and former star John Stamos would seem a lock for the occasional appearance, while Bob Saget and Dave Coulier would also likely pop by now and then.
At this time, Mr. Woodchuck’s representation could not be reached for comment.
Original Full House creator Jeff Franklin appears to be executive producing the project, along with fellow returning EPs Thomas L. Miller and Robert L. Boyett. Word of a reboot/reunion has actually run in TV circles for some time, what with Nick at Nite reruns averaging over 1.5 million viewers last year, a far cry from the declining 1995 returns that saw the show’s end.
Are you prepared for a Fuller House on Netflix, should the streaming service pull the trigger? What other famous Tanners should populate the new San Francisco household?