You got it, dude!
And by "it," I mean "a sequel that no one anticipated." That's right, beloved sitcom and nostalgia fuel Full House may be coming back to TV in a brand new way. According to TVLine's Michael Ausiello, Netflix is extremely keen on closing on deal for a reunion series entitled Fuller House.
Gotta be honest, I had to triple check this to make sure it wasn't a late April's Fools joke because this seems too good to be true. Now, that I'm confident this could really happen, there's only one way to celebrate: STEPHANIE TANNER'S IMPECCABLE MOVES.
So, what will this new series look like? According to these early reports, it will be a multi-cam sitcom that focuses on D.J. and Kimmy, with stars Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber returning to reprise their roles!
If you're worried about this losing the original tone of the show, don't worry. Original creator Jeff Franklin will executive produce. John Stamos, Bob Saget, and Dave Coulier (a.k.a. Jesse, Danny, and Joey) are being considered to make guest appearances, and Stamos would help produce.
Best of all, the Kimmy and D.J. that we know so well...
...are STILL friends in real life!
Meaning their sisterly chemistry should be back in full force.
As exciting as this news is, it also opens up way more questions than we have the answers to. For starters, will Stephanie make an appearance to continue her banter with Kimmy? Will Steve still be around? Will Mary-Kate and Ashley stop boycotting Full House reunions and guest star?
I highly doubt that last one will happen, but the rest I have serious hope for.