Netflix’s House Just Got Fuller
It might finally be time to bite the bullet and subscribe to Netflix.
With an increasing list of television hits in its digital portfolio (House of Cards, Arrested Development, Orange is the New Black), this streaming media service continues to provide consumers with acclaimed, award-winning content. And to prove its cultural awareness and high-quality prowess, it was announced ~12 hours ago on Jimmy Kimmel Live! by John Stamos (“Uncle Jesse”) that Netflix has signed on with a 13-episode order of a spinoff to the 1980s-1990s sitcom smash hit, Full House.
The spinoff will be deftly titled, Fuller House.
Without diving into a thesis on the incomparable nature, influence and surreal number of amazingly timeless sitcoms from the mid-1980s-mid-2000s, this move by the original cast and creators of Full House is a wonderful decision and revival to a series not forgotten by fans for one second since its series finale on May 23, 1995.
There’s only one thing that can be said now: Have Mercy!
Sorry, I’ll cut-it-out. I know, I know, how rude!
I was just reading from my Clipboard of Fun.
Bottom line: Will I watch, Fuller House?
You got it, dude!
Posted on April 21, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged "Full House", 1990s nostalgia, amazing, breaking news, Fuller House, incomparable nature, John Stamos, Netflix, popular culture, the original cast, Uncle Jesse, video clip. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.