The show has already been renewed for a second season by Netflix, ensuring more fun with the Tanners in the near future. Maybe the company would be interested in developing this new series as well? At first, they said that they weren't even asked to be on the Full House spinoff.

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Something fans don't love, though, is the fact that twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen did not reprise their role of Michelle Tanner in the first season because, both on the show and in real life, they're working on their fashion empire in NY. We did the shows, and they were very sweet and cute. "I knew that this kind of excitement was going to be there, but nobody else seemed to get it", he said. I couldn't help it. How often do we get to revisit our childhood and the characters we loved, now all grown up?

Fuller House, a sequel to the much-beloved 1980s and '90s sitcom Full House, focuses this time on Candace Cameron Bure's D.J., who's now a widowed mother of three sons.

Viewership numbers for Fuller House have not been released, as is typical for Netflix shows.

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"You know what, the fans love this show", he concluded.

While on The View, Joy Behar started a conversation with the Fuller House producer and guest cast mate about whether or not he likes women submissive or dominant. "I mean, how [expletive] rude, right?", he joked referencing Jodie Sweetin's iconic catchphrase from the series.

The Hollywood Reporter labelled the show's uncomfortable pilot "painful", while The New York Times described the series as a "maudlin reminder of the ceaseless march of time and your inevitable demise". You think that "The Force Awakens" was a bit of a retelling of "A New Hope?"

Vulture's Margaret Lyons said: "Fuller House's great achievement is that it is not the absolute worst show in history".

Uncle Jesse isn't letting the critics get him down though. "Plenty of other shows are circling the drain - "Minority Report, ' for instance, saw its order trimmed and is not on the network's winter or spring schedule, yet Fox refuses to say the show won't make a return appearance".