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“Full House”: Discussions of all new shows in the works

The men of Full House
The men of Full House
Photo by Andrew H. Walker

Admit it. You watch re-runs of “Full House” on Nick at Nite, don’t you? Have you ever wondered what happened after they all grew up? According to a Huffington Post TV report, dated August 26, 2014, you might just get to find out. The show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, is in discussion with the producer and several of the original cast members about reviving the show.

If you have ever watched “Full House” you will remember the adorable baby, Michelle Tanner, played by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. The baby’s cute smile and adorable antics kept viewers of all ages interested. Plus we had the original rocker, Uncle Jesse, played by John Stamos.

Joey Gladstone, played by Dave Coulier, was just a big kid at heart and loved to do silly imitations. He was also quite fond of his stuffed animal and toy collection and always kept the family entertained, all while lending a hand to help raise Danny Tanner’s three daughters.

Several of the original cast members are very interested in reviving the show. John Stamos is one of the key people included in the talks with the show’s creator and the executive producer, Bob Boyett. According to a Fox News report, Stamos appeared on "Watch What Happens Live" last winter and hinted to the host that a “Full House” remake was in the works.

Bob Saget, who played Dad, Danny Tanner, will also return, along with Candace Cameron Bure, and Jodie Sweetin, who played daughters D.J. and Stephanie. D.J’s whacky best friend, Kimmy Gibbler, played by Andrea Barber is also interested in once more barging in on the Tanner family.

Lori Loughlin, who played Jesse’s wife Rebecca, will probably not return to the show. She has stated that she doesn’t think bringing back old, once successful shows is a good idea. If one had to judge by the success of the show when it ran from 1987 to 1995 and by the ratings the reruns get, it would appear that the show and cast members still has a huge following.

Will you watch if the Tanner family of “Full House” returns to television and gives you a glimpse into what happened to them all? Did D.J. and Steve get married and have kids? Did Jesse ever get that huge recording contract he was always chasing? What about Joey? Is he still a comedian who plays with toys? Wouldn’t you like to know?

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