With so many core characters returning to ABC’s ‘General Hospital,’ for the soap’s 50th anniversary, fans are wondering if John Stamos could be next.
In the early 1980’s Stamos portrayed troubled young musician Blackie Parish. Stamos left ‘General Hospital’ when his character was sent to prison for murder. And it was a crime that he didn’t even commit.
Stamos went on to work on a number of primetime shows, including ‘Dream, ‘You Again,’ ‘Jake in Progress,’ ‘ER,’ and ‘Glee.’
With all his acting success, it was the popular comedy ‘Full House’ (1987 - 1995) that made Stamos a household name. For eight years, Stamos worked opposite comics Bob Saget and Michigan’s David Coulier as the lovable ‘uncle Jesse’ on the series.
Per an exclusive peek at the interview, Stamos was asked to return to ‘GH’ and perform at the fictitious Nurse’s Ball alongside Rick Springfield (Dr. Noah Drake).
‘That's not gonna happen. That's what I passed on,’ Stamos told Probst (per TV Guide).
Stamos went on to express an interest in returning to ‘GH,’ if the story is right. And with so many characters from the 80’s coming back, anything is possible.
Watch the exclusive TV Guide clip of John Stamos here.
‘The Jeff Probst Show’ airs weekdays at 2pm on Detroit’s local NBC affiliate, WDIV Channel 4.