“Fuller House” coming to Netflix 2016

The 90’s is set to make yet another comeback.  Along with a recent and terrifying attempted Furby revival and the return of denim overalls, the trend of reviving old TV’s shows is becoming more prevalent — this time, seen in the splendid revival of the family-friendly comedy, Full House. Netflix is planning on releasing this spin-off, Fuller House, in 2016. But this revival show is going to be much better than denim overalls and ghastly Furbies. Not only is John Stamos the head honcho on the project, but he is also in talks to bring back nearly every actor from the main cast for at least one guest appearance.

The plot of Fuller House draws many parallels to that of Full House. This time, the oldest sister, DJ (Candace Cameron-Bure), who is recently widowed, starts the show with two boys and another on the way. Her little sister, Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), steps in to help her out. Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), who now is rumored to have a teenage son, is also said to be in the cast.

Unfortunately, it’s been reported that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who both played Michelle Tanner, are unlikely to come back for the spin-off. While it would be totally epic, and still not out of the realms of possibilities, the Olsen twins have switched from acting to fashion. However, if the twins were to make a guest appearance in the spin-off, it would be interesting to see if and how both twins would be integrated, considering they played one person and no longer look alike. But whether or not the twins come back, the rest of the cast is reportedly on board with the show. The 13 episode spin-off will definitely be one to binge watch.

Check out John Stamos’ announcement of this wonderful news on Jimmy Kimmel, and tell us what you think about this reunion show in the comments below: