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

by Zach Seemayer 6:44 PM PDT, April 02, 2015
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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 House which came to a close in May 1995 -- and we couldn't be more excited!

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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.

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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.

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It's rumored that Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier are have been approached to reprise their roles in guest-star appearances.

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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!

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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.

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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.

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