There's still room in Fuller House for the Olsen twins!
Despite the news that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen would not be signing on to Netflix's highly anticipated Full House spin-off, the streaming network revealed there's still hope for Michelle Tanner to stop by.
"The Olsen twins are teetering on whether or not they'll be around," Ted Sarandos, Netflix's chief content officer, revealed at the Summer TCA press tour on Tuesday morning.
If you're lying to us, Netflix, we have just one thing to say: How rude!
Sarandos also spilled that Fuller House will tug on all of your nostalgic heartstrings. "It's a show that is very much in the spirit of the original, but with a modern take on Full House," he said.
Fuller House began filming their first episode this week, and stars Bob Saget and Dave Coulier both teased fans with pictures of the first script. As for Uncle Jesse? John Stamos shared a photo on Instagram with his signature swoon-worthy 'do and the caption, "And we're back! Same side-burns, different decade."
Candace Cameron Bure recently revealed to ET that she got extremely emotional the first time she stepped onto the Fuller House set. "I went in and opened that door and I smelled that smell – it was like the floodgates of memories from being 10 to 18 just washed over me, and I just cried!" Bure admitted. "It was sensory overload and nostalgia and memories. It was incredible."
The continuation will center on the recently-widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Bure), now a veterinarian and who is expecting her third child. To help care for her two young sons, younger sister and aspiring musician Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and their former neighbor Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) move in to her San Francisco home to help.
Fuller House was picked up for 13 episodes and will kick off in 2016 with a one-hour special to reunite the Tanner family.