It has been almost twenty years since ‘Full House’ went off the air, but if the response to the reunion video from Late Night With Jimmy Fallon back in January was any indication, television watchers still have a lot of love for the show. The good news is that Warner Bros. Television is currently in the early stages of working on a revival of ‘Full House.’
Original cast members have been hinting lately that the sequel is a real possibility. John Stamos recently said on ‘Watch What Happens Live’ that he was “working on a twist of a sequel,” and much of the cast has been reuniting in various projects over the past year. Original series creator Jeff Franklin, executive producer Bob Boyett and ‘Full House’ star Stamos are reportedly working hard to bring the comedy back to television. Former stars Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) and Andrea Barber (Kimmy) are on board with the project. There is no word yet whether or not Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen would be willing to appear in the series, but both Saget (Danny) and Coulier (Joey) are reportedly signed on in some capacity.