“Fuller House” just got a little bit more full, as People and TV Line have reported that two of the show’s original actors, who somehow complete the entire cast, full circle, for an awesome reunion, are officially on board for the sequel spin-off of “Full House”. Read on to learn more about the latest additions to “Fuller House”.
According to an exclusive report on People, actress Lori Loughlin will be returning as Aunt Rebecca “Becky” Donaldson Katsopolis, the wife of Uncle Jesse Katsopolis, whose role will also be reprised by its original actor, John Stamos, who is also serving as the executive producer of the show.
In “Full House”, Aunt Becky and Uncle Jesse had a pair of twin boys- Nicky and Alex.
According to the report, she will do a reunion episode, and is excited to work once again with some really good friends.
She also told People that she is not worried at all about the show, as it is in the good hands of the creator of “Full House”, Jeff Franklin.
However, Lori Loughlin isn’t the only original cast member to board the spin-off show, as TV Line has just reported that actor Bob Saget, who played Danny Tanner, father to Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin), Michelle Tanner (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) and DJ Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure), will be reprising his role in “Fuller House”.
According to the report, this news was first shared by John Stamos, who tweeted it on his official twitter account.
However, it isn’t known yet how or when he will be appearing in the series, and it also isn’t known yet if he will be a series regular or a recurring character.
What do you think about Lori Loughlin and Bob Saget reprising their roles as Aunt Becky and as Danny Tanner respectively? What do you think about the fact that the only ones who aren’t on board in the Tanner family are the Olsen Twins? How do you think they will work out the fact that they are absent from the series? Do you think that twins Nicky and Alex should also be part of the spin-off? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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