March 3, 2015
'Full House' Cast Reunion With Lori Loughlin, Candace Cameron Bure, John Stamos Answers Revival Rumors [Video]

It's been many years, but when it comes to the cast of Full House, reunions make it seem like just yesterday when they were filming together. Lori Loughlin celebrated with Candace Cameron Bure, Bob Saget, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Laura Barber, and John Stamos at a party for Full House creator Jeff Franklin, reported E News.

Andrea, who played Kimmy on Full House, posted a song.

Only for you, Jeff Franklin. Only for you. Happy Birthday. #everywhereyoulook #whatsmyline?#onlyknewthechorus#cantgetthisd*mnsongouttamyhead @candacecbure@loriloughlin @bobsaget @johnstamos
And then came the question that fans have been asking. Is it possible that a Full House revival or sequel could occur?

"I think it all depends on what it is," said Lori. "Sometimes I feel like those things are better left the way they were. But I mean obviously, if it's a good project."

However, TV Guide previously reported that a Full House revival is in the works. And although the cast members have kept semi-quiet, certain aspects have surfaced about the family-friendly comedy, which was a ratings success from 1987 to 1995 for ABC.

John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse, is backing the new series because he holds an ownership stake in the show. Both the original creator Franklin as well as the executive producer Bob Boyett also are working on a revival.

In addition to John, original cast members Candace, Sweetin, and Barber support the show's revival. Saget and Dave Coulier have become involved as well.

As a possible hint, Stamos, Coulier and Saget appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon attired as their Full House characters, shown below.

In addition, when Stamos visited Bravo's Watch What Happens Live, he discussed the possibility.

"We're sort of working on a twist on a sequel," John explained to host Andy Cohen. "But we don't know if it's going to happen yet or not."

Lori also has addressed the rumors, as shown below.

Full House isn't the only sitcom that has revival rumors circulating. As the Inquisitr reported, Jennifer Aniston recently responded to questions about whether a Friends reunion show or sequel could happen.

"Honestly, we should just wait," she suggested. "I say we just wait until we're really much older and just be Golden Friends."

But when Jennifer visited Ellen DeGeneres' talk show, the question of a reunion also arose. Aniston tackled the rumors again, as shown below.

What do you think? Would you watch a Full House or Friends revival show or sequel? Post your comments below.

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