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Report: Netflix close to ordering ‘Full House’ reunion series

Remember the “Full House” gang? Well, they might be coming back to TV.
Remember the “Full House” gang? Well, they might be coming back to TV. Warner Bros.

TV Line reports that Netflix is close to ordering a “Full House” reunion series called “Fuller House.”

The 13 episodes would reportedly star two of the original sitcom’s cast members – Candace Cameron Bure as D.J. Tanner and Andrea Barber as her best friend Kimmy Gibbler.

Former stars John Stamos, Bob Saget, and Dave Coulier could make guest appearances, TV Line reports.

The original show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, will be back as executive producer.

“Full House,” which followed the Tanner family of San Francisco, ended in 1995 after eight seasons on ABC.

TV Line’s report didn’t say whether those fashionable twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, will return to take their turns playing Michelle Tanner again.

Something tells us not to count on it.

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