Following news that Netflix is planning a revival of “Full House,” some of the original cast members have yet to sign on, something that Candace Cameron-Bure wants remedied.
“Hopefully everyone will come back for that first episode which will be the reunion episode,” the actress, who is starring in Netflix’s “Fuller House,” told Access on Tuesday.
“And then it kind of moves on to what the show will be about – which is DJ, my character, is newly widowed, has two children and one on the way. And she needs some help to raise her kids,” she continued. “So she asks Stephanie and Kimmy, her best friend and sister, to come in and help.”
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Candace, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber and John Stamos, who will guest star and produce the series, are lined up for the show, but Bob Saget, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Dave Coulier and Lori Loughlin are still in talks.
“Hopefully Dave and Bob and Lori will be on there too. And Mary-Kate and Ashley or either one! Who knows,” the actress said.
The 39-year-old actress said working on the series, which is slated to shoot this summer, will be a joy.
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“We’re going to have a blast. We’re all close friends anyway. And then to be able to see each other every day and work together, it’s just going to be easy. It’s going to be easy in the sense that we’re friends,” she told Access. “The comradery is there and… we’re going to have a blast.”
“Full House” ran from 1987 to 1995.
— Jesse Spero
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