The Full House sequel just got announced and there’s already family drama brewing!
After Full House star John Stamos posted on social media that the classic 90s sitcom will be getting a sequel on Netflix, his castmates Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen claimed that they weren’t contacted about the show.
Ashley told Women’s Wear Daily, “I ran into Bob (Saget) the other day and we didn’t even talk about it.”
Mary-Kate chimed in, “I’m shocked I haven’t heard from John (Stamos).”
John took to Twitter to issue a blunt reaction: “I call bull—-,” he wrote, posting a link to an online article about the Olsen twins’ reaction.
“I’m going to call (Bob Saget) and get his perspective,” Ashley said in that same interview, so perhaps the drama will subside once everyone communicates. Maybe an assistant or publicist dropped a call and got some wires crossed?
Meanwhile, there’s another Full House script in the works: Lifetime has announced that it is making an unauthorized Full House tell-all movie, similar to its film about Saved By the Bell that aired back in September. With a working title of The Unauthorized Full House story, the movie will explore the lives of the cast members outside of the studio.
Full House originally aired on ABC from 1987 to 1995.