'Full House' is returning to TV

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Have Mercy! It's official!

Netflix has confirmed that "Full House" will return to television for a 13-episode sequel in 2016. John Stamos announced on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" that 'Full House' is coming back and he will be producing the show. 

After eight seasons , Full house was cancelled and came to end in 1995. But this year news came out that Full House was being brought back to television.
"It's definitely a fresh take. We're not doing the old show, it's not a reunion. It's a spin-off show ", said Candace Cameron-Bure who played DJ Tanner.
Candace said the whole cast will return. So far the only people confirmed are Andrea Barber who played Kimmy Gibler, Jodie Sweetin who played Stephanie Tanner, John Stamos who played Uncle Jesse, and Dave Coulier who played Uncle Joey.

Dave Coulier and Andrea Barber both shared their news on instagram.

He captioned his photo ,  "Yes, I'll be on the Fuller House reunion. And this guy, Mark Cendrowski will be directing. #cutitout." 

She captioned her photo,
"WE'RE BACK! After almost 20 years...my bright tights are officially coming out of retirement," Barber, 38, captioned an Instagram photo of the pilot script. "The Full House sequel #FullerHouse premiers exclusively on @Netflix in 2016!".

According to Perez Hilton , Bob Saget who played Danny Tanner and Lori Loughlin who played aunt Becky are optimistic about returning. 

     “Everyone is talking and trying to make that happen, and I think that it will happen. I’m really optimistic, and it would be great to be back together again,” Lori Loughlin said in an interview with Fox & Friends.

Cameron told People Magazine that the show " Fuller House" will be centered around her character who is in her 30s and is a widow raising three children. She will joined by her sister and best friend Stephanie and Kimmy who move in with her to help.

     "Fans of the show won't be disappointed. I promise," Cameron Bure said. "The beloved 90's series never had a final, closing episode, and 'Fuller House' will pick up with the Tanner family in a "fresh, modern" way." 
     "It's like a new adventure to me," she said. "I'm really excited. In some ways, 'Full House' never stopped. The show has new generations of fans, and I will be forever known as DJ."
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This is not the first time that the cast has reunited. Back in 2012, they reunited for the 25th anniversary of the show. But Mary Kate and Ashely Olsen who played Michelle were not in attendance

The big question is will Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen be on the show.

When asked about the return of the twins, according to Loughlin she is not sure if they will be on the show that launched their careers.

“It doesn’t matter how much money they get paid, they don’t care. I honestly don’t know if they want to do it. I’m sure they’re talking to them. I don’t know what’s going on there,” she told Access Hollywood.

 “I’m shocked that I haven’t heard from John. I guess we are going to talk to the creators and see what’s happening " , Mary Kate told Women's Wear Daily . 

After so many years of trying to bring back the show, It has finally happened. We really hope that everyone is going to part of the show.