Everywhere you look, there's a new spinoff or reboot on TV.
The latest series rumored to be looking to make a comeback? Full House, the beloved '90s family series that introduced the world to Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen and blessed us with the gift that is Uncle Jesse (John Stamos).
Given the attention the highly anticipated Boy Meets World reboot Girl Meets World has been garnering, it makes sense that ABC would want to bring back Full House. Nostalgia is good for business these days, but unfortunately, this is one blast from the past that isn't happening anytime soon.
A source tells E! News there is no truth to the rumors of a reunion series that would center on Tanner sisters DJ (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Michelle (Olsens), and spills that there's been no talks at all at Warner Bros. to develop a new Full House series.
An ABC source also denies the rumors of a reunion series. So why did the Internet get our hopes up only to brutally rebuff us?!
You see, it all started when an April Fool's joke posted by Screenrant.com got picked up by several media outlets...seven months after the bogus report of a Full House reunion series was published.
But that doesn't mean the show's former stars wouldn't be open to playing a Tanner once again!
"Fun to see the fan excitement over a new Full House show!" Bure tweeted on Tuesday. "But, the article was just a hoax. For now." Hm...anyone else TV senses tingling after reading that "for now" part?!
Lori Loughlin (aka Aunt Becky) recently talked to E! News about the possibility of a Full House reunion project and didn't seem to think it would be such a great idea. "I don't think that there are any plans for a movie," she told Marc Malkin. "If it were a really good script and a great project but sometimes I think that it's better off to leave those TV shows as they were and not do reunion shows."
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