Netflix is making dreams come true with “Fuller House”
Colleen Lindstrom

Netflix is making dreams come true with “Fuller House”

The “Full House” reunion is not a rumor anymore. Last night on Jimmy Kimmel John Stamos confirmed that the “Full House” reboot is in full effect. Stamos will act as producer and guest star.

Netflix confirmed in a press release that they have signed on to provide 13 episodes on the streaming service.

The show will reportedly center around a pregnant and recently widowed DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure) who is raising two children while expecting a third and finds that she needs help. Enter sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and DJ’s best friend Kimmy Gibler (Andrea Barber) along with her teenage daughter. The crew lives together and helps DJ raise her family.

Negotiations with the other stars of “Full House” (Bob Saget, David Coulier, Lori Loughlin,  and the Olsen twins) are reportedly ongoing. Though, the cast of the 90’s hit have been close since the show wrapped, so we can hope that there will be some cameos.

With the recent success of the “Boy Meets World” spinoff, “Girl Meets World” on the Disney channel, there’s evidence that the nostalgia factor will work for the success of a show.

Pinch me. This is a dream come true!





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