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TV revivals are all the rage, and all of our favorite 90s series are being resurrected for the small screen. We've already seen The X-Files reemerge as a viable event series. Next up is Fuller House, which reunites the Full House clan on Netflix. And shooting right now as we speak is the Gilmore Girls Revival Event Series. But there's one show from the 90s that we probably won't see get a reboot. And that's The CW's hit teen drama, Dawson's Creek.
This might be for the best, since the Dawson's Creek Season 6 finale brought everything to a close with a jump to the future, which showed where all the characters ended up. It brought much closure to Dawson, Joey, Pacey and Jen's plight. Now, star Katie Holmes has revealed why a Dawson's Creek revival probably won't ever happen. And it's not because the actors don't want to reunite. There is a much more sweet, »
Aziz Ansari and Eric Wareheim co-star as deadpan buddy robots in Big Bud Lil' Bud, a deliberately cheesy sitcom teaser Wareheim posted on YouTube. Wareheim joked that this "unused CBS pilot" was the "original inspiration for Master of None," Ansari's acclaimed Netflix comedy series.
The four-minute clip boasts a surrealistic Adult Swim feel, poking fun at parody-ripe sitcom tropes that populated 1990s shows like Full House. Wareheim and Ansari play the titular buddies, two oddly smiley humanoids whose father died in a car crash and was reincarnated as a puppy. »
Grab your Pillow Pet and a box of tissues, Netflix has released the full trailer for Fuller House, the reboot of the classic Miller-Boyett family comedy. This was my very favorite TV show when I was a kid, so I’ve already watched it five times, so don’t feel bad if you do too. We all need a little cheesy, sappy, lovey dovey TV in our lives. In the spinoff series, Fuller House, the adventures that began in 1987 on Full House continue, with veterinarian D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron-Bure) recently widowed and living in San Francisco. D.J.’s younger sister/aspiring musician Stephanie … Continue reading →
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- Kellie Freeze
Sure, Candace Cameron Bure is part of a beloved TV family, but she also has a supercute family of her own. The 39-year-old Fuller House star and her husband, Valeri Bure, have three kids: Natasha, Lev, and Maks. Candace regularly shares sweet snaps with her children on social media, and her daughter, Natasha, also posts family photos on Instagram with hilarious captions. Along with her fun family life, Candace is busy shooting the new Full House reboot with her former castmates, which premieres on Feb. 26. They've already shared some cute pictures from the set, and Candace's real-life Bff Andrea Barber constantly uploads photos of her and Candace on Instagram . Keep reading to see the cutest pictures of Candace's family, including some of Natasha's funny photos, then see what Candace told us when we asked her to assign superlatives to the Full House cast! »
- Laura Marie Meyers
With the Full House reboot in the works, everyone's talking about Candace Cameron Bure and her real-life Bff, Andrea Barber, returning to the small screen together. To the delight of D.J. and Kimmy fans, both Andrea (aka Kimmy Gibbler) and Candace (D.J. Tanner) have taken to social media over the last couple years to share snaps of their sweet friendship on Instagram. The adorable duo regularly post pictures of their lunch dates, their running adventures, and the Full House glory days, so to get excited for the Netflix series Fuller House, which premieres on Feb. 26, take a look at why D.J. and Kimmy are the cutest BFFs, and then check out the official trailer for Fuller House. »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Yesterday on The Ellen Show viewers got the first look at the Netflix reboot of Full House. Now, the full trailer of Fuller House has been revealed. “Damn, we still look good!” jokes Uncle Jesse (John Stamos), and he’s not wrong. It seems everyone (well, almost everyone) is back for the reunion series. The new trailer explains the plot of […]
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- Jenny C Lu
See Also: First images from Fuller House
In Fuller House, the adventures that began in 1987 on Full House continue, with veterinarian D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure) recently widowed and living in San Francisco. D.J.’s younger sister/aspiring musician Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and D.J.’s lifelong best friend/fellow single mother Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), along with Kimmy’s feisty teenage daughter Ramona (Soni Nicole Bringas), all move in to help take care of D.J.’s three boys — the rebellious 12-year-old Jackson (Michael Champion), neurotic 7-year-old Max (Elias Harger) and her newborn baby, Tommy Jr (Messitt Twins). Guest appearances by John Stamos (Jesse Katsopolis), Bob Saget (Danny Tanner), Dave Coulier (Joey »
- Amie Cranswick
Netflix has released the official trailer for their Full House reboot, Fuller House, and the nostalgia is real, my friends. As the whole Tanner gang (with the exception of Michelle, sadly) bustles around their iconic living room, we get glimpses of Mr. Woodchuck, Comet's great-great grandson (we assume), and a whole crop of new kids. Find out everything there is to know about the new show before it premieres on Feb. 26, and check out each amazing teaser Netflix has blessed us with below! »
- Quinn Keaney
The world was a different place in 1994. It was a time of car phones, flannel, and Full House. Friends premiered. Bill Clinton was president. Twitter was a way you might describe the sound that birds make, and Facebook was just two words thrown together. When O.J. Simpson and his friend, Al "A.C." Cowlings hopped in a white Bronco and took a ride down some Los Angeles freeways, there was no such thing as social media beyond a few lesser-known message boards. People were forced to talk to each other's faces about the ins and outs of the insane legal case without a single hashtag in sight. Now, 20 years later, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story is giving us that chance to »
Candace Cameron Bure, Andrea Barber, and Jodie Sweetin, stars of the Full House TV series sequel, Fuller House, visited The Ellen DeGeneres Show, today. During the interview, the women reminisced about the cast's real life friendships, shared their hopes for a second season of Fuller House, and shared a new, exclusive trailer. Watch it, below.
At about 1:55, DeGeneres asked the ladies if they would make a Fuller House season two. Cameron Bure said they hoped to, and reminded everyone to watch Fuller House season one, when it drops to Netflix, February 26, 2016.
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No, you didn’t hit your head and wake up in 1995. You really are looking at DJ Tanner Fuller and Steve Hale, canoodling in the Tanner family kitchen.
RelatedFuller House Boss Defends Premiere’s ‘Playful’ Joke About M.I.A. Olsen Twins: ‘The Door Is Always Open’
Following up on this morning’s sneak peak at Fuller House‘s official trailer, Netflix has released the full-length version, revealing more of what we can expect when the Full House revival premieres on Feb. 26. (Also, feel free to submit your theories about Steve’s high-school wig, which makes its appearance at the 1:25 mark. »
The “Full House” gang is back together in the first trailer for Netflix’s spinoff series “Fuller House.” “Fuller House” stars Candace Cameron-Bure, Andrea Barber and Jodie Sweetin, reprising their roles as DJ Tanner, Kimmy Gibler and Stephanie Tanner, respectively. The new trailer reveals DJ is having trouble raising three sons on her own, prompting younger sis Stephanie and best friend Kimmy to move in to help – just like Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) was helped out by Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) and Joey (Dave Coulier) in the original series. Also Read: 'Fuller House' Cast Unveils New Clip on 'Ellen' (Video) There’s tons of. »
- Linda Ge
Brandy Norwood became a '90s icon with her hit series Moesha and her catchy music, and now she's back and better than ever. With a brand-new show on Bet and new music on the way, the talented star is rising to the occasion. We recently had the delight of talking with her, and she told us everything you can expect from her career going forward, as well as indulged her fans with a few nostalgic moments from her past. Image Source: Bet Popsugar: Your new show, Zoe Ever After, is one of your first starring roles since Moesha; how does it feel to be back on set? Brandy Norwood: It feels amazing to be back on set. It feels like home, even though the territory is a little bit unfamiliar because it's a new show, it's a new character, but once you get in the groove and you »
- Kelsie Gibson
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The revival of Fuller House is an interesting one indeed. We live in an age where studios are totally okay with cashing on on our nostalgia. We have last year's Creed and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the ongoing X-Files revival, the upcoming Twin Peaks revival, among many other examples. However, of all the properties being brought back, Fuller House seems to be the most unique.
In an era of single camera sitcoms, the idea of having a live show, complete with a laugh track, is more the exception than the norm these days. Sure, there are huge hits like The Big Bang Theory, but there is a definite skew towards single camera fare. In addition, the original 90s show, Full House, was something of a time capsule of its era. It was wholesome, family-friendly, and most notably, cheesy as hell. In our more cynical society, can »
- Joseph Medina
The first trailer for Fuller House arrived on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Tuesday with a slew of heartwarming moments and a plethora of Nineties jokes (the clip begins at the 2:27 mark of the video above).
The Netflix reboot of the hit sitcom finds the Tanner family reuniting under one roof 20 years after the final episode of Full House aired. But as John Stamos' Jesse Katsopolis cracks at the dinner table, "Damn, we all still look good."
The clip primarily focuses on Tanner sisters D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure »
We're just a few weeks away from Netflix's Full House reboot, so the women behind D.J., Steph, and Kimmy Gibbler headed to The Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk shop and give us another look at the upcoming series. The clip starts with a brief interview with the three, where Candace Cameron Bure tells a story about how Andrea Barber got drunk at her Christmas party and that somehow turned into texting a New Kid on the Block and a sleepover party. As you do. And then the trailer, where we see Steph and then Kimmy Gibbler insist on moving in with recently widowed D.J., baby monitor spying, and a lot of group dancing. Fuller House premieres on February 26. »
- Sara Morrison
Updated: Have mercy! Netflix has finally given us the entire “Fuller House” trailer.
The stars of the Neflix revival, Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner-Fuller), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner) and Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler), debuted a clip from the trailer Tuesday on “Ellen,” and the streaming service released the full version later that day.
Netflix also released a behind-the-scenes featurette for the show on Tuesday.
The trailer is chock-full of ’90s references, including catchphrases from the original show, such as “Hola Tannerinos,” “Have mercy,” “Cut. It. Out” and “How rude” — including some courtesy of Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) and Uncle Joey (Dave Coulier).
“My moves are all that and a bag of chips. Talk to the hand, loser. Oh, snap! You go, girl. I think I just did,” Kimmy says in the video after Stephanie tells her she’s stuck in the ’90s.
The trio also said on “Ellen” that »
- Maane Khatchatourian
Have mercy! The first full-length trailer for "Fuller House" debuted exclusively on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and it's the nostalgia-filled trip down '90s memory lane that we all wanted it to be.
The three main stars of the Netflix revival — Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber — stopped by the talk show to unveil the trailer, which hits all the "Full House" moments, from the many, many catchphrases to cheesy jokes to heartwarming hugs.
Bure's D.J. Tanner is now a single mom of three boys, who's feeling overwhelmed, so sister Stephanie (Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Barber) offer to move in to help out — a mirror image of the original series. And beloved cast members Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, and Lori Loughlin all reprise their roles.
"Fuller House" will be available to stream Feb. 26 on Netflix.
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- Kelly Woo
“Fuller House” stars Candace Cameron-Bure, Andrea Barber and Jodie Sweetin stopped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Tuesday to talk about the series and unveil a new clip. The actresses talked about how they have all remained friends through the years, even after “Full House” ended. Cameron-Bure even said that she and barber recently had an experience at a Christmas party in which she ended up tucking Barber into bed, to which Barber said, “Thanks, Deej.” In the trailer, which starts around the 2:30 mark, fans get their first extended look at the Tanner family in 20 years. DJ (Cameron-Bure) is struggling with raising her. »
- Joe Otterson
'Damn, we all still look good!' Declares John Stamos's Uncle Jesse as the entire Tanner family sits down to enjoy a meal in their old home. Netflix has finally revealed the first full-length trailer for Fuller House, and it doesn't disappoint. This latest sneak peek contains actual footage from the upcoming episodes that will debut on February 26. And the Tanners appear to still be stuck in the 90s.
Ellen DeGeneres debuted the latest Fuller House trailer on Ellen. Before the big reveal happened, she had the main cast of this revival series on the couch for a quick chat about what we can expect. Visiting with her were Candace Cameron Bure, who reprises her role as D.J., Jodie Sweetin, who plays her younger sister Stephanie, and Andrea Barber, who plays best friend Kimmy Gibbler. Asked what it was like to return, and if they've remained friends all these years, »
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