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article image'Full House' revival is in the works

By Alexa Spieler     Aug 27, 2014 in Entertainment
According to a report from TV Guide, Warner Bros. Television is said to be in the very early stages of bringing back 'Full House' with a new show that would include some of the original cast.
From the TV Guide report, it's been revealed that John Stamos — who played the beloved Uncle Jesse — has been at the forefront of bringing Full House back for its revival. The actor is permitted to have such control over bringing elements of the series back, as he has ownership stakes in the series.
However, TV Guide does note that executive producer Bob Boyett and creator Jeff Franklin are playing pivotal roles in the revival of Full House. The two are apparently "actively involved" and Franklin is writing the new version.
Stamos isn't the only original cast member who intends on being involved. It's been said that Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Taner), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner) and Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler) are on board with taking part in the new series. Dave Coulier (Joey Gladstone) and Bob Saget (Danny Tanner) plan on being involved as well.
No word has been released yet on whether or not Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen plan on being involved in the new project. The two haven't actively immersed themselves in acting since they swapped that occupational path for fashion, years ago.
According to TV Guide, "the studio pitched a Full House revival last year that would have been set up like FX's Anger Management, in which the network that airs it must pick up a 90-episode slate, the initial 10 episodes hit a certain rating."
The reboot would certainly attract a myriad of viewers. With networks constantly airing old episodes of Full House, new generations continue to discover the television show, even if they weren't alive when it originally aired.
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