Netflix’s Fuller House may never bring Michelle back to the fold, but another ‘90s TV icon could be waiting in the wings. A curious reference from the Season 3 finale brings Family Matters’ Steve Urkel back into play, and producers have actually discussed bringing the famed character to San Francisco for a visit.
Blow through Fuller House Season 1 in the span of a day, and need a new fix? You got it, dude. The short turnaround of sitcom production makes it relatively easier for shows like Fuller House to crank out new episodes, and according to John Stamos, Season 2 is coming “a lot sooner than we released last year’s.”
There’s a certain oddball charm to Netflix Full House revival Fuller House, as enough subscribers seem to have discovered this past weekend, that the streaming giant is already locking down a second mortgage. That’s right, the Fullers will be back in the House for Season 2, regardless of your appeals to Netflix’s humanity.
Netflix’s Fuller House will drag the past kicking and streaming onto your devices as early as this Friday, but it won’t bring the Olsen twins any closer to reprising the role that once made them famous. Now, said fashion moguls have at last spoken out on declining the invitation, owing to bad timing and discomfort.
It’s here, it’s here! At long last, the reunion no one in the history of ever wanted is here! Comet may be dead, but Full House lives on, awash in nostalgia for the milkman, the paperboy, evening TV and all. Yes, the first Fuller House teaser has arrived, complete with a February premiere date, in case you wonder what ever happened to predictability.
All the Tanners and Gibblers will look up and shout “Have mercy!” And Netflix will look down and whisper “You got it, dude.” That’s right, friends. The Full House has officially become a Fuller House, and Netflix will return San Francisco’s favorite sitcom family for 13 episodes with D.J., Stephanie, and Kimmy Gibbler at the center.