According to the Huffington Post, there might be a Full House reboot!
Uncle Jesse, aka John Stamos, executive producer Bob Boyett and creator Jeff Franklin are all involved in bringing a new version of “Full House” to life with Warner Bros. TV.
I was 7 when the series ended, but continued watching the reruns. I also got heavily addicted to Mary-Kate and Ashley movies. My sister Lauren, our cousins Alicia and Erika, and I had countless sleepovers stretched out in front of our great-grandmother’s TV, a stack of VHS ready to go.
Even though Full House could be cheesy at times, I adored it. I loved watching the girls grow up, and when Uncle Jesse got married to Becky and they had the twins, I just about died. I could not get enough of that show.
My guess is, if they do actually reboot it, they’ll go the Girl Meets World route: all of the kids are grown up and are raising their own children. Michelle, Stephanie, and DJ have all moved in together to help raise their own girls, with the occasional advice from their dad and uncles.
I’m pretty stoked to see the Tanner family back on TV. Those of us who watched it in the ’90s are now raising our own kids, and it would be pretty cool to share it with the next generation. Even if they don’t end up bringing it back, I know I’ll be watching the reruns with my (future) little ones.
What do you think a Full House reboot would be like? Leave your ideas in the comments!