Fuller House star John Stamos seems really full of himself in Netflix's new project about the actor.
On April Fools' Day, Stamos teamed up with the streaming site to announce an "original documentary" titled Stamos: A Human, Being. "Netflix and I have partnered up to give you something very special," the Grandfathered star teased. "Production is underway, but we want to give you a small taste of what's to come."
In the faux documentary, Stamos insists that he's "not just the human being," he's a "human, being."
"What is John Stamos? Good question," he narrates in the clip. "Teenage heartthrob. Worldwide brand. What is a star? A bad boy? A good guy?"
While fame obviously shouldn't expect a Stamos docu-series anytime soon, the 52-year-old star did offer ET an honest update on his life. "It's great. I'm clear, I'm happy, I'm even," he told ET's Cameron Mathison. "You know, during times like this, it's authentic happiness. It's earned, and it feels great."