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Lifetime has put together a couple of Unauthorized Story TV movies at this point, and they haven’t exactly been known for wonderful acting or accurate behind-the-scenes plotlines. In fact, the Unauthorized Story movies have been gimmicky at best, but they haven’t stopped the stars from the shows they are revisiting from rolling their eyes a time or five. In fact, when last night’s The Unauthorized Full House Story hit the schedule, former Full House star Candace Cameron Bure had a few not-so-nice things to say about the TV movie. Here’s the first.
I actually would have loved if the actress had sat down and live tweeted the ridiculous TV movie, but she kept her commentary about the airing to a few choice comments, including the one above and another tweet, which features a particularly great photo of Candace Cameron Bure’s Full House co-star Andrea Barber, who played Kimmy Gibbler on the comedy. The face of her Full House and Fuller House co-star says everything you need to know about the TV movie.
Reviews for The Unauthorized Full House Story haven’t been particularly kind, but anyone going into the experience and hoping for a masterpiece should have known otherwise. In fact, earlier this week, the Lifetime’s Senior Vice President Tanya Lopez admitted the movies the network is putting together are not exactly worthy of “an Emmy nomination.” Still, the movies have garnered a lot of press for Lifetime, but also the cast of Full House, who are all coming back together for the upcoming Fuller House spinoff over at Netflix. All press is good press, right?
On the bright side, Candace Cameron Bure may not have appreciated the movie that delved into her past life on the small screen, but actor John Stamos was a little more congenial.
If you missed The Unauthorized Full House Story this weekend and you subscribe to cable, you can always catch the TV movie over at Lifetime’s site.