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Despite the number of guest starring and even lead roles in numerous television series, John Stamos will always be seen as the bad boy/sweetheart Uncle Jesse from the hit family sitcom Full House. Ironically though, following his 8 years on the fun-loving comedy, he was up for a role that went far outside the PG realm he reveled in.
If your life in the 1990s revolved around the TGIF sitcom lineup, then your entire existence might be fueled by instances when the Full House cast occasionally reunites. Thankfully, you wonít have to wait until Fuller House to see some of that showís central cast getting back together.
Lifetime has put together a couple of Unauthorized Story TV movies at this point, and they havenít exactly been known for wonderful acting or accurate behind-the-scenes plotlines. Here's what Candace Cameron Bure thought of the cabler's portrayal of the show.
Lifetime movies have developed a non-phenomenal reputation over the years, and the most recent Lifetime original movie, The Unauthorized Full House Story, has attracted a great deal of controversy and concern, but the higher ups at Lifetime seem happy with the attention.
They call baseball the American Pastime, but watching sitcoms has got to come in a close second. While we sit and wait for the Fuller House to finally debut on Netflix, the San Francisco Giants have done us the service of reminding us just how much we love the classic sitcom.
The first clip in Lifetime's quasi-biopic The Unauthorized Full House Story showcased a moment where faux John Stamos wanted the faux Olsen twins gone for being unprofessional. And according to Stamos, that was based on facts.
As the Full House theme song taught us, predictability is all but absent in the world today, outside of things like hearts and hands to hold onto. Fuller House is already messing with expectations by changing one big aspect of its original plot.
Iím not embarrassed to say that one of my most anticipated flicks of the year is Lifetimeís The Unauthorized Full House Story. Yes, seriously. And the first clip from the TV movie is ridiculous enough to warrant my jubilation.
When TV shows reach a certain level of popularity, all of their qualities are generally embraced by the viewing audience. But all it takes is a quick step back to recognize the faults, which usually involve one awful character stinking up the joint. So here are 11 sitcom characters that should be recognized for the horrors that they are.
As soon as you heard that there was a new follow-up series for Full House in the works, Iím betting the first thing that you started wondering about was who Danny Tanner had been banging all these years. Well, maybe not, but now we know who it is!
After finding out which Full House cast members are back for the spinoff, we finally know about a couple of the new characters fans can expect to see, and one of them is Danny Tannerís new wife. And she's probably not what you're expecting.
It seemed impossible to have a Full House spinoff without Michelle Tanner. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen werenít down to clown, though, so disappointment ensued. But now, Jodie Sweetin otherwise known as Stephanie Tanner says the beloved little sister will still have a presence on the show.
There are so many words and feelings and bile-uprisings that this picture inspires, and Iíd be lying if I said it makes me not want to watch Lifetime's The Unauthorized Full House Story. Because now, all I want to do is watch this movie!
For reasons that are not entirely clear, one of the hottest stories in television these days is the impending return of Full House in its follow up series for Netflix, Fuller House. In the last couple months the casting news has been coming fast and now it looks like the last piece is in place.
The upcoming Netflix series has already added a slew of names to the cast and on Thursday, Lori Loughlin, who played Aunt Becky on the original series, announced she will be back for the Full House spinoff.