Fuller House Cast Reunites & Sparks Revival Rumors

Fuller House Cast Reunites & Sparks Revival Rumors

The cast of Fuller House not so far had a reunion, and it has circulated rumors of a revival. Premiering on Netflix in 2016, the Full House spin-off ran for 5 seasons until it wrapped up in 2020. Currently, more than a year since it ended,

some of its lead actors reunited together to catch up with each other. Fuller House mirrored its predecessor’s premise. Like Danny (Bob Saget) in Full House, DJ (Candace Cameron-Bure) was quickly widowed and left to raise 3 young childrens on her own.

Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Kimmy (Andrea Barber) stepped up and moved into the Tanner family house with their respective families to help the oldest Tanner daughter get back on her feet — the exact way Jesse (John Stamos) and Joey (Dave Coulier) did in the reality show.

Via time, they felt that they liked living with each other. So, even if the finale was prepared to end with Stephanie and Kimmy leaving, they planned to stay under one roof. The older cast members, on the other side, functioned as recurring visitors with Danny,Jesse, and Joey coming in from time to time with their own side stories. At the time of all lead characters from Full House reprised their characters in some capacity, Michelle didn’t appear the entire time as Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen denied to revisit their acting careers.

In spite of Fuller House having a proper send-off, the not so far reunion among the cast of the project has circulated rumors that a revival is in the works. Cameron-Bure, who also served as a producer on top of starring in the offshoot,

has shared few images from their time together. Some of the cast who were present during the get-together which are, Michael Campion, Elias Harger, Juan Pablo Di Pace, Soni Bringas, and John Brotherton. Although, before rumors started flying,it was opened that the party was for Full House creator’s send-off as he’s moving from New York to Miami. Interestingly, another Fuller House cast members such as Sweetin and Barber didn’t looked like to attend the reunion. Legacy actors such as Saget,

Stamos, and Coulier were also not present. Nevertheless, it looked like a fun shindig. It’s worth noting, although, that Franklin was embroiled in a misconduct scandal towards the end of Fuller House, hence, why he was booted out of his showrunning duties.

and was replaced by Steve Baldikoski and Bryan Behar in season 4. Somehow, it doesn’t seem to affect his connection with the cast of the show, especially those whom he had worked with since their Full House days.


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