Full House is coming back to Netflix

Recently, Netflix announced that they signed a deal that will return Full House, a classic ABC series, back on our screens! Apparently, this will be a continuation made of 13 episodes, called ‘’Fuller House.’’ Some of the stars that are going to be in the series are: Andrea Barber as Kimmy and Candace Cameron Bure as D.J.

There are some indications that: Dave Coulier, Bob Saget and John Stamos will have a guest appearance. Stamos will have a producer role. They should appear in the first season. This project is headed by, Jeff Franklin, a creator of the original series and execute producers: Robert L. Boyett and Thomas L. Miller. As you may assume, the original cast wants to return to this show. At this moment, we know that there were some talks about the reunion.

They decided that there shall be no reunion, but some twist, and incomplete reunion. This isn’t final decision, they are still working on this problem. Sadly, there are no information about Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate and their involvement in the series.

The new series of ‘’Full House’’ should be one of a series that are coming back. Beside this series, Fox announced the return of ‘’The X-Files’’, where David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will have their original roles. In addition, NBC announced, last week, that a TV series, ‘’Coach’’ is also coming back on our screens. The start of the show is Craig T. Nelson. Many fans are excited for having a chance of watching new episodes of these series. Every single of them had a huge popularity during its original broadcast.

 

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