There will be no Full House Spin-Off or Sequel


There has been no official statement about a Full House spin-off or a sequel or anything concerning Full House. This has been a rumor that has been circulating for a little while now. No one really knows how it started or where it came from, but there are some ideas about it’s origin.

It is said that a website called Oh No They Didn’t copy and pasted an entire article from a blog called Disney Treasures. That blog had copied and pasted the article from Screen Rant, which explains at the very top that the whole thing was an April Fool’s joke from earlier this year.

Both blogs ignored comments complaining that the story was an April Fool’s joke from this past spring.Also, they both copied and pasted a link that when you click on it sends you to a photo of this man saying, “OMG April Fool!”

So sorry there is no Full House show coming.Sometimes it seems as though the internet gets a mind of it’s own. Just because you see it online does not make it true.

What do you think should Full House come back to television? How about a spin-off would you watch it? Let us know in the comment box below.

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There will be no Full House Spin-Off or Sequel was last modified: November 7th, 2013 by Maria

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  1. I don’t think the clean-cut fun of Full House would survive in today’s atmosphere, unfortunately. My kids (4 & 6) love it, and, of course, my wife and I still enjoy it for nostalgia. But, a wider audience wouldn’t connect to the characters these days, in my opinion. Now, a reunion special would suffice for me. :)