'Full House' Revival Series Might Be Headed to Netflix and We Couldn't Be More Excited!

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One of your favorite '90s sitcom families could be getting a brand new shot to entertain.
According to TVLine, Netflix is right on the verge of ordering 13 episodes of Fuller House, a continuation of the classic sitcom Full Housewhich came to a close in May 1995 -- and we couldn't be more excited!
Fuller House would be a multi-cam series that will focus primarily on D.J. Tanner and her best friend Kimmy . Candance Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber reportedly are set to reprise their beloved roles.
The original series ran for eight seasons with 192 episodes. Original cast member John Stamos has an ownership stake in the show, and would serve as a producer on Fuller House if Netflix officially makes the order.
It's rumored that Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier are have been approached to reprise their roles in guest-star appearances.
Even if you weren't a Full House fan (maybe because you slept through the ‘90s?) it could be a good chance to see a guest appearance from another favorite ‘90s sitcom icon: Family Matters' Steve Urkel!
Steve Urkel from Family Matters - which took place in Chicago - appeared without real explanation at the Tanner House in San Francisco several times and it was magical. Having an excuse to get Jaleel White to reprise his role as a grown-up Urkel is worth it all on its own.
Let's celebrate the chance at reuniting the Tanner family with a collection of some of the best out-of-context Full House gifs!
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Earlier this year, some of the Full House cast got together at a birthday party and celebrated the reunion by singing the show's iconic theme song. Check out the video below to get hit by a wave of nostalgia.