Full House is a television show that has changed the way the families are seen on television. With its educational teachings and great story lines, you’ll find that Full. House still achieves a high rating despite it airing originally in the 90’s. The show actually receives over a million viewers every night on Nickelodeon’s night time airing of the show. Obviously, the show still has a strong audience.
It was only in the past few months when TV producers and executives realized that the show still achieves a very upbeat audience who stay up with the show until this very day. Brad Reifler told me there is definitely a group of people out there who want to watch the show.
Just recently, it was announced that a spin-off show would air on Netflix. The show will basically star the oldest daughter, Candace Cameron Bure, reprising her role of DJ Tanner, the rather rambunctious and inspiring sister of the family. Her mature growth on the show is what shaped the three sisters in the storyline as DJ taught her younger siblings about life, love, and dealing with common teenager problems. In Fuller House, the show will showcase her life now as a single mother.
The entire cast is hoped to guest star every once in awhile. Lori Loughlin has even gotten ready by keeping healthy and exercising, considering she is set to be very involved with the show.