03:38 PM EDT 07/25/2016
Originally posted 02/26/2016 10:35AM
"We're all very hopeful and crossing our fingers that we get to do it again," Andrea Barber told PEOPLE in December. "It was so much fun doing the first 13 that I don't feel finished. I definitely want to do more."
"If I was the guy in charge I'd say yeah, I think there's a gigantic Full House fan base that will just devour these," added Dave Coulier, who appears in three episodes of season 1. "Only time will tell and the audience is the one who really is the barometer of this. It's pretty much hope and wait."
Executive producer and regular guest star John Stamos has potential plans to expand upon the Jackson, Max and Ramona characters. "Next season, if we get one, I want to develop the kids more on the show. Have them carry a little more story, a little more emotional stuff."
What You Didn't See on Fuller House: Uncle Jesse's Michelle Joke That Landed on the Cutting Room Floor – and Why The New Baby Wasn't Into Him
Originally posted 02/26/2016 08:25AM
It was a family reunion people actually wanted to attend.
Originally posted 02/26/2016 12:45PM
"It was really weird to see them because it looks like they didn't age," Michael Campion, who plays D.J.'s oldest son Jackson, told PEOPLE last year. "I don't know how. They're just like an older version of their kid self."
For the record, John Stamos is 52, Bob Saget turns 60 this year, Dave Coulier is 56, Lori Loughlin, 51, Candace Cameron Bure is about to turn 40, Andrea Barber is 40 this summer and Jodie Sweetin is 34.
PEOPLE decided to get to the bottom of the Tanner-specific mystery on the set of the Netflix spin-off in L.A. last July.
What the Fuller House Stars Really Think of Fuller House – Get Ready to Laugh at Bob Saget's Answer!
Originally posted 02/26/2016 10:00AM
It's been more than 20 years since Full House went off the air and fans have clamored for a reunion ever since. On Friday, the spinoff Fuller House finally hits Netflix.
Fuller House Dropped in the Middle of the Night and People Are Already Done Watching (and Tweeting Up a Storm About It!)
Originally posted 02/26/2016 09:35AM
Have mercy! Fuller House hit Netflix at 3 a.m. ET, and fans of the beloved classic are taking binge-watching to a whole new level.
First, there was just general pandemonium:
Originally posted 02/25/2016 03:20PM
Want to watch Fuller House ASAP? You got it, dude!
The long wait for the Full House follow-up is officially over, as the new series finally debuts on Netflix in its entirety Friday.
Night owls who simply can't wait 'til the dawn to enjoy D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure) and Stephanie's (Jodi Sweetin) antics will be able to start binging right at 3 a.m. ET.
John Stamos Reveals the Full House Episode That Made Him 'Laugh My Ass off' – and Why He Considers His Relationship with Viewers 'Intimate'
Originally posted 02/25/2016 10:20AM
"I'm not kidding you, I've literally not seen a show in about 20 years," Stamos told PEOPLE on the set of Fuller House back in July.
"When we started to work on the spin-off, Jeff [Franklin] and I said, 'Let's watch a few episodes.' We got through about three minutes, and I was like, 'Turn it off! I can't deal with that hair!' "
Originally posted 02/24/2016 01:30PM
The difference is that Star Wars is a cosmos onto itself, and Full House is a ring of pebbles circling a small planet. If you look up at the ever-expanding, star-spangled sky that is pop-culture nostalgia, you can spot Star Wars with the naked eye. Fuller House requires a telescope.
Of how much magnitude depends on you.
Originally posted 02/24/2016 08:25AM
The Full House star, 52, reveals in this week's PEOPLE that the last time he cried was when he saw the Tanner house onscreen again.
Olsen Twins and 'Nerd Boy' Alert! Full House's Candace Cameron and John Stamos Share Adorable Throwback Videos
Originally posted 02/22/2016 09:30AM
Have mercy! The Fuller House gang is gearing up for the revival's Friday premiere with a barrage of vintage gems from John Stamos' home movie vault.
On Monday, Candace Cameron Bure cheekily posted a 1989 video of herself introducing her small-screen uncle as "Nerd Boy."
Cameron Bure's video comes after Stamos shared an absolutely adorable Instagram video of himself on Sunday. In the post, he's seen cuddling with the Olsen twins during the same working vacation to Hawaii, where the Full House cast filmed on location in August 1989.
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