It's a rumor no more – Full House is officially coming back to TV!
John Stamos shared the good news on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday night. "We've been working on this for many, many years," he explained.
The new 13-episode series – Fuller House – will be on Netflix next year and Stamos (who will produce and guest star) explained that it will start off with a one-hour reunion and then be a spinoff series featuring DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron-Bure) and her three kids, along with her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and neighbor Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber).
Still reeling with excitement over the big Full House announcement? Don't worry, the cast is too!
Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber – who played the infamous pals D.J. Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler on the original series – Tweeted just how giddy they are to be best buds again on the Netflix spin-off Fuller House, which was announced Monday.
For five gay and gender-nonconforming dancers from Mobile, Alabama, a surprise meeting with NeNe Leakes was enough to send them screaming.
Oxygen's newest reality show, The Prancing Elites Project, follows a dance troupe of the same name who practice J-Setting, a form of dance that combines cheerleading-style movements with hip-hop.
In an exclusive clip shared with PEOPLE, watch Adrian Clemons, Kentrell Collins, Kareem Davis, Jerel Maddox and Timothy Smith utterly lose their minds in spectacular, hilarious fashion upon meeting their hero. Seriously – it's pure joy to watch.
LL Cool J is good at many things. Rapping, working out, acting – take your pick. Pictionary, however, is apparently not one of them.
J visited The Tonight Show Monday, and, along with Rose Byrne and musical guest Big Sean, played a game of Pictionary with Jimmy Fallon. He began by saying, "I cannot draw at all," and ... well, he was right.