It’s a tough world for advice columnists, especially when people are sending them not-so-serious questions and concerns. This week, the Winnipeg Free Press advice columnist, Miss Lonelyhearts, received a query from a reader asking for lifestyle advice, but there was a twist.
We’re all aware by now – even the Olsen twins – that Netflix is going into full-fledged Tanner mode with their upcoming revival series Fuller House. But some out there would rather look back than forward, such as Lifetime.
If there’s anywhere in pop culture that you wouldn’t expect to find any sort of controversial in-fighting, it’s probably Full House. But it looks like John Stamos had a few choice words for the Olsen twins following their denial of revival awareness.
Everywhere you look, talk about the upcoming revival of Full House, titled Fuller House is rampant. With Uncle Jesse himself (John Stamos) having recently dropped the news the series is returning, the specifics have quickly begun to disseminate.
The new version of Full House is happening, and while we’ve learned a lot of details about the series, the cast has still not been fully cemented. Now, it looks like there may be some contract holdouts.
After months of rumors, we now know for sure that waiting just around the bend is Fuller House, which is confirmed tor return to audiences in 2016 with several cast members set to return. Wake up, San Francisco, because you’re back in our lives again.
We’ve put together a list of all the major Full House characters, as ranked by their mostly funky hairstyles. This isn’t so much a best-to-worst classification or vice versa, but rather a championing of the most notable wins and sins. I know what you’re thinking: Everyone should be #1.
We’ve been hearing about a potential Full House revival for quite some time, and today we’ve learned that the TV world is about to get the Full House gang back together.
TV comedies have been full of amazing couples over the years that we’d love to have spent more time with, but then there are those that we can only assume are absolute horrors to live with. Here are ten couples that each personify in different ways all of the things that we would abhor in a dual-roommate system.
If you’re enough of a fan to visit the set of a cult-classic TV show, than odds are you are pretty familiar with the cast. But, it turns out, some actors are just really good at hiding in plain sight. How else could you explain a bunch of Full House fans completely unfazed by John Stamos revisiting his old stomping ground?
this weekend, a good chunk of the cast from the sitcom Full House met up for creator Jeff Franklin’s birthday extravaganza, and they ended up getting onstage and signing the theme song, “Everywhere you Look,” for the hit series. It's definitely worth a watch.
Here at Cinema Blend, we hope you’re having the best Thanksgiving of your life, because the holidays are about spending time with those you love. (Among other gravy-covered things.) But we’re not so naïve to think that happiness is the only emotion happening any time a big group of family members gets together. At least you don't have to spend the holidays with these people.
Lead characters might get the television commercials and the headlines, but it’s often the supporting characters who are the difference between a TV program being a lot of fun and stinking to high heaven.
Armed with only an ominously driven piano score and complete detachment from a laugh track, I’d have to assume any episode of Full House would seem a bit off. But this is the deceased granddaddy of all creepy compilation vids.
It's almost impossible to picture Full House without Michelle. What would the 80s sitcom be without her baby humor and catch-phrases? You really want to see what the series might look like minus both Olsen twins? You got it, dude! Some clever YouTuber deleted Michelle from the opening credits and a small segment to show us what the series would be like without Michelle.