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Thank you, Candace Cameron Bure. The actress was very helpful in giving us a beautiful reminder of why we love #FlashbackFriday on Instagram, because she shared a throwback that just pulls at our nostalgic heart strings. Bure, who played DJ on the hit sitcom Full House, shared photo booth snapshot of herself flashing a smile with her onscreen boyfriend (and the incredibly studly) Scott Weinger aka Steve and the gorgeous Lori Loughlin aka Aunt Becky. Bure captioned the photo, "Epic Flashback Friday with @scottweinger & @loriloughlin when color printing photo booths weren't the norm. #Fbf #FullHouse #FullerHouse," which Weinger reposted as well. We've been lucky to get a surplus of Full »
Have mercy! Kimmy Gibbler is 40 years old. Andrea Barber, who is reprising her firecracker Full House TV series role in the Netflix sequel series Fuller House, celebrated a birthday the day before America's 240th birthday party.Barber and Lori Loughlin tweeted photos from the set, showing the cast, including Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, and Sonia Bringas, honoring Barber's birthday and the USA's too.Read More… »
Candace Cameron Bure and her husband Valeri Bure just rang in their 20th anniversary! The actress and her former hockey star husband tied the knot on June 22, 1996, and have defeated the curse of short-lived Hollywood marriages. Perhaps one of the most important facets of the long-lived marriage is how much they enjoy spending time together. In fact, they celebrated the milestone by spending the last few days at Pebble Beach Resort, golfing, riding horses and drinking champagne (of course). The View co-host shared several photos from their outing on social media, captioning with sweet comments like, "I can't get enough!" She also shared several throwback photos from their »
Netflix's Fuller House has officially been renewed for a second season, and we're already anticipating the Tanner family's return. Since last season was packed with nostalgia and hidden references, we can't wait to see what the writers will come up with this time! Not only do we have a handful of details about the upcoming season, but Candace Cameron-Bure, who plays DJ Tanner on the show, recently filled Popsugar in on what's to come. Keep scrolling for everything we know we know so far, and then check out the cast's adorable Instagram snaps together on set. »
- Kelsie Gibson
RelatedFuller House Season 2: [Spoiler] Moves On With a Freaky D.J. Look-Alike
The original Full House trio, who have not all been in an episode together since the spinoff’s inaugural reunion extravaganza, will once again be under one roof for Season 2’s Thanksgiving installment. Photos from the set began surfacing on Instagram this week courtesy of Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Scott Weinger:
The forthcoming season of the Netflix revival, »
Have mercy! Fuller House TV show star Candace Cameron Bure posted a picture to her Instagram account, featuring Bob Saget and John Stamos at a second season table read for the Netflix sitcom sequel to Full House. Stamos posted can't miss videos of himself alone and with fans, in front of the Tanner House set. Saget also tweeted a picture of himself from the Tanner-Fuller living room set. Check them out, below.
The Fuller House TV series cast for season two includes: Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber, Michael Campion, Elias Harger, Soni Nicole Bringas, Ashley Liao, John Brotherton, Juan Pablo Di Pace, and Scott Weinger. Dave Coulier and Lori Loughlin will also reportedly guest star in the second season.
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Looks like John Stamos and Bob Saget are back at work on Season 2 of Fuller House, Netflix’s reboot of the classic ABC sitcom. Candace Cameron Bure posted an Instagram photo of the two during a table read Wednesday, teasing the pair’s return for the second season. Stamos also tweeted and posted an Instagram clip of himself on-set in front of the San Francisco house. …and Saget tweeted an on-set pic from the interior of the house. And so it begins again… Season 2 @Full… »
Everywhere you look, someone is watching Fuller House. IndieWire reports that the Fuller House TV show, starring Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber is the most popular show on Netflix.
Based on data from Symphony Advanced Media, the report says the Full House sequel series drew an audience comparable to The Walking Dead and Sunday Night Football. According to the report, docu-series Making a Murderer also turned out to be a sleeper hit.
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Ok, Teen Choice Awards, now we’re talking.
Fox on Thursday released the second wave of 2016 TCA nominations, and it’s full of our favorites — including Klaus and Cami’s final kiss on The Originals (Choice Liplock), and Sam and Castiel’s certain je ne sais quoi on Supernatural (Choice Chemistry).
RelatedTeen Choice Awards 2016: CW Dramas, Pretty Little Liars Lead Early Noms
Whoopi Goldberg will be back as moderator of “The View” for the show’s 20th season in the fall. The Oscar-winning actress is on the verge of signing a one-year contract extending her time on the show through next summer, Variety has learned.
The deal is expected to close by the end of this week, according to two sources with knowledge of the talks. Contrary to online reports, Goldberg will not be taking a pay cut as part of her new contract. She will continue to earn her current annual salary, which is in the $5 to $6 million range.
Similar to this year’s season 19, Goldberg will act as “The View’s” moderator for the first four episodes of the week and some Fridays. Joy Behar will fill in as the show’s moderator when Goldberg is off. “The View” used to pre-tape that day, but ABC News executives ordered a »
- Ramin Setoodeh and Cynthia Littleton
Sara Haines may be saying “good morning” a little later come fall.
Certainly, she has the experience to replace comedian Michelle Collins, who is leaving the ABC talk show after only a year: Haines has guest-hosted The View more than 30 times in the last couple of years. Plus, prior to joining ABC News in 2013, she spent almost 10 years at Today, »
The daytime talk show, which has been rocked by a series of staff shakeups since Barbara Walters retired in 2013, kicks off its 20th season the fall. Haines is a familiar presence at the Hot Topics table, having served as a guest host more than 30 times over the last two years. She’d be occupying the seat vacated by comedian Michelle Collins, who is exiting “The View” after just one year.
“We’re lucky to have terrific and talented guest co-hosts fill in at the table and we include Sara Haines on that list,” said an ABC spokesperson. “When we are ready to make to make an announcement about next season, we will.”
Sources inside ABC say that executives are high on Haines, 38, for her ability to tackle both hard and softs news stories, »
- Ramin Setoodeh
Will Dr. Jason Seaver be showing the Tanners that smile? For those not in the know on TV theme songs, that means Alan Thicke of Growing Pains fame is guest starring on Fuller House when it returns for a second season on Netflix. Thicke starred on ABC's Growing Pains from 1985-1992. His costar: None other than Fuller House star's Candace Cameron Bure's real-life brother Kirk Cameron. Thicke took to Twitter to announce his guest spot, which got many sitcom fans buzzing about a possible crossover. "Fuller House is over its growing pains. Renewed season 2. See you there. See me on it. #fullerhouse @netflix @candacecbure @bobsaget," he tweeted. Request for comment from Warner Bros. and »
When Netflix announced that it was rebooting Full House, fans appropriately lost their minds. After a highly successful first season in February, the cast is coming back for more. Filming is currently under way, and we already have a few details about what's to come. Aside from spreading the word about her new project with Canon and the Little League World Series, Candace Cameron-Bure, the actress behind the beloved character D.J. Tanner, filled us in on what we can expect about the second season. Get all the details below! 1. You Can Expect Even More Cameos The first season had some great special appearances, and you can expect even more this go around. "We have some amazing cameos this year. Just because season one did so incredibly well, there are a lot of people that are really excited to be a part of this show." 2. Steve and Matt Are Not Going Anywhere Even though D. »
- Kelsie Gibson
Fans of Fuller House were as excited as Michelle Tanner is for ice cream when the beloved 80’s sitcom received a spin-off on Netflix earlier this year. Though the comedy which stars Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin was panned by critics, it received a lot of love from fans. Netflix quickly took notice and renewed the series for a second season shortly after the 13-episode season 1 was released on the streaming network in February. The cast is back at work filming season 2 episodes. Here are some spoilers we already know about the sure to be nostalgic new season. 1. Fuller House
- Tim Gerstenberger
Michelle Collins is done as co-host of “The View,” TheWrap has learned. Collins has been axed by the network after just one season at the panelists’ table, and will not return when Season 20 begins in September. The comedian joined the ABC daytime roundtable show full-time last July after a recurring series of guest co-hosting turns. She was joined by veterans Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg, as well as “Fuller House” star Candace Cameron Bure, former Disney star Raven-Symoné and Paula Faris. Also Read: Whoopi Goldberg Threatens to Bolt From 'The View' (Exclusive) An ABC spokesperson denied that the »
- Reid Nakamura and Joe Otterson
Collins joined the show last July after a lengthy trial period, where she impressed viewers (as well as moderator Whoopi Goldberg) with her well-timed zingers and commentary. ABC bosses were heralding her as a fresh face of the struggling daytime talk show, but they experienced buyers’ remorse shortly after she became a permanent co-host for season 19 last fall.
Starting in January, Collins’ co-hosting duties shrank to just one or two appearances a week, and ABC executives recently made the decision not to renew her contract, according to two sources with knowledge of the talks. Collins, who is on vacation in Europe, is expected to stay on “The View” through the end of the summer.
“Michelle is smart, opinionated and funny,” said an ABC spokesperson. »
- Ramin Setoodeh
Earlier this year, fans of the hit 1980s sitcom Full House were given a dose of nostalgia when Netflix debuted the hit spinoff Fuller House. The show follows the widowed DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure) as she moved back into her childhood home, enlisting her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy (Andrea Barber) to help raise her children. The original show used a now-iconic house in San Francisco for establishing and exterior shots, and if you have a few million bucks to spare, the house can be yours.
Realtor.com reports that the house, located at 1709 Broderick St. in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, has just been put on the market, at an asking price of $4.15 million. This house wasn't used at all for Fuller House, with the Netflix spinoff constructing an elaborate re-creation of the home on a studio soundstage in Burbank, California. Here's »
Di Pace plays Kimmy Gibbler's (Andrea Barber) ex and the father of her daughter, Romona (Soni Bringas). Weinger has reprised his Full House TV series role of Steve Hale, DJ's (Candace Cameron Bure) high school sweetheart, who still hasn't gotten over her.Read More… »
Original Dreamgirls star Jennifer Holliday made a surprise performance on ABC's The View on Wednesday, singing her iconic hit "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going." Holliday's appearance came during the daytime talk show's "Co-Host Karaoke" competition, which also featured Candace Cameron Bure duet with Vanilla Ice on his '90s guilty pleasure "Ice Ice Baby." Goldberg, 60, began the song - lip-syncing to its first two verses. Holliday then arrived, bringing audience members to their feet and earning raves from judges Joy Behar, Boy George and L.A. Reid. A photo posted by The View (@theviewabc) on May 25, 2016 at 10:30am Pdt After, »
- Dave Quinn, @NineDaves
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