John Stamos announces Fuller House is coming to Netflix


The American-classic TV sitcom, Full House, is coming back to the general public. As first reported by IGN, John Stamos announced today on the Jimmy Kimmel Show, that Full House will be reinventing their classic series called Fuller House. Stamos will be producing the series as it will focus on DJ Tanner and her 3 sons. John Stamos will be guest starring and reprising his role as Uncle Jesse; and yes, your awkward next-door neighbor Kimmy Gibbler will be back.

Stamos also suggested that old cast members will be reprising their roles as well.

I don’t know about you guys, but Full House was a big part of my childhood. It truly inspired me to look at family from a whole different perspective. All this nostalgic news is making me hyped it for the upcoming show!

What do you guys think of the announcement? Will the millennials watch the reinvented Full House? Or will this capture new audiences to the fray? Leave your comments below.

Fuller House is on target to be released sometime in 2016 on all Netflix-enabled devices.

-Nerd out!

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