'Fuller House' may please fans, but not many others


The official trailer for the show was released on February 9, 2016.

"Full House" creator Jeff Franklin wrote the "Fuller House" premiere and tells Zap2it he "wanted to create an episode that was for the fans ... in essence, nearly the last episode of "Full House" that we never got to do, and really something that was going to make the fans happy, that was going to be full of nostalgia".

Netflix has officially started streaming the re-boot of the 90's sitcom "Full House". Sister Stephanie (Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) move in to help, just as Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) and Joey did in the original show's pilot.

Headlining them is Candace Cameron-Bure or also known as D.J. Tanner, the eldest of the Tanner sisters.

Sweetin's daughters, 7-year-old Zoie and 5-year-old Beatrix, are fans of the original show and have attended tapings for the revival.

He's still in show business, but no amount of TV experience could have prepared Weinger for the "bizarre" feel of returning to the same Warner Bros. lot to continue filming Full House 20 years later. The first episode dropped a goofy reference to the absent actresses, but there would have been an even more over the top joke had it not been left on the cutting room floor.

By the fourth episode, the show mostly sheds the inside jokes to focus on DJ's veterinary practice, Steph's withdrawal from a party-girl lifestyle and the kids at school.

The opening line of the "Full House" theme song asks "Whatever happened to predictability?".

Not only had "Full House" anchored ABC's Friday night comedies and stayed on top for most of its seasons, but it's still airing 40 times a week in repeats, according to Franklin. Though Candace Cameron Bure (DJ Tanner) claimed that the stare and hold was not "meant with any sort of malintent or anything", the effect is pointed and unsettling. The entire cast just looks at the camera, and without saying anything, they say everything. We see each other all the time.

In the first episode, Michelle (Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen) enters a horse riding competition while befriending another contestant, Elizabeth.

A tender moment on 'Fuller House'. "Michelle sends her love but she's busy in NY running her fashion empire", Danny says. They know they're on television too much to make us love them.

For those who have a Netflix subscription, the reboot of the beloved show about family, friendships, and life in the Golden State is now available for stream, and of course, binge watching.

"It seemed more interesting, I think, to have her, instead of marrying a nerd from Silicon Valley, actually end up with a great looking guy, and for her to break the boundaries a little bit by having a cross-cultural marriage and a biracial child", says Boyett.