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'Full House' reboot headed to Netflix, report says

"Full House" reboot on Neflix may have John Stamos and Bob Saget as guests

No way, Jose! The much-talked-about reboot of the 1990s family sitcom "Full House" is coming to Netflix, according to a new report.

"Fuller House" will arrive on the streaming provider with a 13-episode order, TVLine says.

Original stars Candace Cameron — who now goes by Candace Cameron Bure — and Andrea Barber will reprise their roles as now-grown-up best friends.

Bob Saget and John Stamos, who rose to stardom on the original series, will make guest spots, although they will evidently not be regulars on the new version.

Jeff Franklin, who created the series, will be back as well. No word yet on Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, the twins who played the youngest member of the Tanner brood, Michelle, who cracked wise with cute-kid comments such as, "No way, Jose!"



April 12, 7:48 p.m. A previous version of this article misspelled the Olsen twins' last name as Olson.


But aw nuts! There's no official confirmation from either Warner Bros., which made the show, or Netflix.

A Netflix spokeswoman told Showtracker the company had no comment.

As Michelle would say: "Oh, please!"

What do you think of the possibility of a "Fuller House"?

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