Fuller House Cast Will Reunite Once Again – Along With Controversial Creator


The main cast of Fuller House is ready to reunite again soon, this time with the show’s controversial creator Jeff Franklin.

Earlier this year, some Full House spin-off actors reunited at ’90s Con in Hartford. Not long after that, they will reunite for another public engagement, which is thrilling for their fans.

Franklin was fired from the spin-off series in 2018, and he was replaced by Steve Baldikoski and Bryan Behar. According to a Warner Bros. executive, it was because he fostered a toxic, sexist work the environment, which included him allegedly making disparaging, sexually charged statements about female colleagues and grumbling about having to recruit female filmmakers — as well as nonwhite directors.

According to DJ actor Candace Cameron-Bure, some Fuller House cast members will attend the ’90s Con in Tampa, Florida, and will be accompanied by Franklin.

Will There be Another Fuller House Season?

Fuller House capitalised on the nostalgia aspect when it debuted in 2016 by rehashing the idea of its parent series. The spin-off seized the hearts of the existing fans of its original series and even enlarged its fan base. That’s why, despite the cancellation, some devoted fans continue to dream that the Tanners will return.

The majority of them are eager to reprise their roles, with Dave Coulier even highlighting that he feels it is what the late Bob Saget would want. However, not all of them are willing to consider the notion. In particular, John Stamos stated that he is no longer involved with the Full House franchise because he can’t imagine himself doing so without Saget.



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