John Stamos, who reprises the lead role of Jesse Katsopolis on the “Full House” sequel named “Fuller House,” revealed that the rumors claiming that he tried to fire Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen from the American sitcom is untrue. Continue reading to get further details.
Earlier in April 2015, when Stamos announced his idea to renew “Full House” on Netflix, rumors were abuzz that the Olsen twins would not be part of it. Indeed, fans are heartbroken with the reports, according to MTV News.
Based on a report from E! News, John Stamos put an end to the rumors claiming that he tried to fire the Olsen twins from the American sitcom “Fuller House,” during Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live Thursday” show.
Both Stamos and the Olsen twins made their tweets and comments when the sitcom was announced and reunion plans were made. Stamos referred that this could have been the reason for the rumors. He confirmed that the rumors are false, and that he asked Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen to be in the follow-up series of ABC’s “Full House.” He further added that the Olsen twins are not acting anymore as they are in a “new phase of their lives.” Stamos repeated that everything is “super sweet” between him and the Olsen twins, and that the rumors are not true.
However, Stamos admitted that he tried to fire the Olsen twins when they were kids, while acting in “Full House.” Andy Cohen, the host of “Watch What Happens Live Thursday” show, added that “they were crying too much.” Stamos then said that he was glad that they did the show.
The finale of 1987–95 sitcom “Full House” season 8 aired on May 23, 1995. “Fuller House,” the upcoming American sitcom and sequel series to “Full House” is set to hit Netflix in 2016.
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