“Fuller House” is ready to bring the fun again after the success of its predecessor “Full House“.
“Fuller House” has a thirteen episode block, all available to watch instantly with a Netflix subscription.
It’s interesting that “Fuller House“, developed by Stamos and original show creator Jeff Franklin, would end up at Netflix, but the streamer has already revived “Arrested Development”, and “Gilmore Girls” is being developed next.
Saget, Coulier, Loughlin and Stamos – a producer on the show – will drop in periodically to remind people of the “Full House” DNA. Fuller House landed a 13-episode pickup and centers on D.J., who is recently widowed and raising three sons. (Seriously dude, why are you so obsessed with them?) At one point early in the episode, Stephanie asks where her little sister is, and Danny replies, “Well, Michelle sends her love but she’s busy in NY running her fashion empire”.
The actress says that through it all, she relied on her Full House castmates as close friends.
And don’t worry. We’ll get a whole lot of nostalgia when we finally get to see the Tanner family again. Middle sis Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), and Kimmy’s daughter, Ramona (Soni Nicole Bringas), decide to move in with DJ at their gorgeous childhood San Francisco home to help out.
Original Full House star John Stamos set to produce and reprise his original role of Uncle Jesse as a guest star in the new show.
Speaking to E! News, Cameron-Bure didn’t seem surprised by the negative press.
One of the biggest jokes within the first five minutes comes at the Olsen twins’ expense as the duo’s Michelle character is noticeably absent from the show’s return. I think one of the things that I really like about Fuller House is, we always acknowledge who we are and what it is and what the legacy is, and we never take ourselves too seriously.
“You know, it’s great – we don’t have to go to school in our spare time”, Sweetin says. Although the original ran for 192 episodes over the course of eight seasons, ABC cancelled it in 1995, and the last episode didn’t serve up much closure. It has the formula-perfect sitcom flavour we remember from Full House, but relevant to today. When we get together and we reminisce, they were babies [at the time]. “God knows they’ve helped me over the years”. ” Fuller House, then, is nearly inherently regressive and follows no particular demographic or societal trend in dedicating episode after episode to teaching female characters who have or had careers and outside lives to re-concentrate on domesticity and motherhood”, Daniel Fienberg writes for The Hollywood Reporter.