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'Full House' revival: Show may be returning with a new twist

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If you were around when ABC aired the “TGIF” line-up, you are going to be pretty excited about some news floating around today. “Full House” was a phenomenon from 1987 through 1995 when the series ended. For almost two decades it has been airing in reruns and doing quite well. According to an August 26 report from E! Online, there is a “Full House” reboot in the works. There is a collective “Have Mercy” being shouted from one end of the country to the other. Fans are so excited about the news!

Since Candace Cameron-Bure was on the last season of “Dancing With the Stars,” rumors of a possible “Full House” reunion have been running rampant. It appears that John Stamos, Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber, Bob Saget, and Dave Coulier will all be a part of the reboot. It is not known what the premise will be, but fans are still celebrating the news. Don't be surprised if Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen aren't a part of the new show, they haven't taken part in much of the post-show events.

Twitter is buzzing about the possibility of “Full House” getting a reboot. Earlier this year it was announced that “Boy Meets World” was going to be worked into a new series, and it has done surprisingly well. The original “TGIF” line-up is slowly returning with some different slants, and people are eating it up. An official announcement has yet to be made, but it appears that John Stamos is on board and ready to give fans what they have been waiting almost two decades to see!