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'Full House' returning to TV?

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Just the mere thought of a 'Full House' reunion is enough to excite 80's and 90's kids. Maybe it was Danny Tanner's father-to-daughter talks at the end of every episode, maybe it was John Stamos' perfect hair and dreamy eyes, or maybe it was Joey's comical personality......or maybe it was a combination of everything. Regardless of the reason that the family friendly 'Full House' became such a smash hit, it has been blessed with staying power. According to a TV Guide article dated Tues. Aug. 26, a 'Full House' return may be underway.

What's more? The beloved show just may be returning with some of the original cast. The show still scores favorably in the ratings category as it airs repeats on Nick at Nite. Warner Bros. is reportedly working on a new take with 'Full House.'

We're told that John Stamos (Uncle Jesse) is leading the cause, and that he has an ownership stake in the show. Original executive producer Bob Boyett and creator Jeff Franklin (who is writing the new version) are also said to be actively working on this project. Additionally, Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) and Andrea Barber (Kimmy) are also planning to take part in the show, while Bob Saget (Danny) and Dave Coulier (Joey) are also on board in some way.

The 'Full House' cast has remained close since the show's end. In the past, some of the actors mentioned that they would like to see the show return. Also, the cast members seem to be popping up quite a bit in random commericals and shows lately. Hmmmmmmm...

Now, the question is: Can the show pick up where it left off with the children all grown? With the return of 'Boy Meets World,' a 'Full House' relaunch just might be timely.

With fans old and new, the return of 'Full House' sounds like the recipe for a smash hit.

What do you think? Were you a 'Full House' fan? Would you watch the show if it returns? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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