Is another Full House revival in the works? Dave Coulier says the cast is ‘raring to go.’

Actor Dave Coulier set off a frenzy among fans when he would do another Full House revival “in a heartbeat.”

“Yeah, Fullest House, right?” he said during an appearance on the Tamaron Hall Show. “We talk all the time [about] how much we would love to do a show again. We just love working and we love our fans so much and we love the whole process.”

Another Full House revival

The series, which aired from 1987 to 1995 on ABC, has already had one revival. In 2016, Netflix debuted Fuller House, which ran for four seasons.

Both shows were recently picked up by GAC Family, a new network started by former Hallmark CEO Bill Abbott.

Candace Cameron Bure, who made headlines when she announced she would be starring in and producing material for GAC Family, has already begun promoting the shows on her Instagram.

“Oh. My. Lanta- your weeks just got FULLER!!” she wrote. “Full House AND Fuller House are now playing on @gactv.”

Missing Bob Saget

Coulier said the cast continues to grieve the loss of castmate Bob Saget, who passed away on January 9. In an interview with People magazine, he said he and the other members of the cast supported each other in the aftermath of his death.

“We pull together as a family during moments like this,” he said. “We’ve pretty much experienced everything that a real family can experience. Getting picked up, getting canceled, marriages, divorces, births, deaths. I mean, it’s pretty much what every family goes through. And we’ve stuck together through all of it.”

Full House and Fuller House

Full House premiered on September 22, 1987. It followed a widowed father (played by the late Bob Saget) of three little girls who invites his brother-in-law (John Stamos) and best friend (Dave Coulier) to move in and help him raise his daughters.

The show ran for eight seasons and launched the careers of both the adults on the series, and the children, who were played by Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen.

In 2016, Netflix announced it was producing a revival of the series. Fuller House premiered on February 26, 2016. It featured Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber living in the family home and raising Bure’s three sons.

A second season premiered on December 9, 2016. Two more seasons followed, and the series finished up in 2020.

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