John Stamos Is ‘#Heartbroken’ That the Olsen Twins Won’t Appear in Fuller House

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John Stamos “Heartbroken” Olsen Twins Won’t Join Fuller House, Adds, “This Is Not a Money Gig for Any of Us”.

Actor John Stamos reacted to the announcement that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen would not be joining Netflix’s Full House reboot on Friday, tweeting that he was “#heartbroken.” The new 13-episode series, titled Fuller House, will premiere on Netflix next year, with Stamos, 51, producing and starring as his beloved character Uncle Jesse. Boyett said in a statement. “It has been exciting to see how they have built their professional careers, and I support their choice to focus on their fashion brands and various business endeavors.

Stamos, who serves as a producer on the show and played her Uncle Jesse on the original ’80s and ’90s sitcom, is one of several actors who are returning. “I understand they’re in a different place and I wish them the best,” Stamos tweeted. “I promise you will not be disappointed with our reunion and spin off!!” The Olsen twins were infants when Full House premiered and the series made them popular child stars. I appreciate their support and good wishes towards ‘Fuller House.'” The new incarnation will star original cast members Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), her on-screen younger sister, Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) and Andrea Barber, who played her best friend, Kimmy Gibbler. Full House ran for eight years and centered around a widowed father whose brother-in-law and friend both decide to move in with him and help raise his three daughters. John “Uncle Jesse” Stamos tweeted that Olsen’s claim was “bulls–t.” (That tweet has since been deleted.) Clearly there was some tension in the Tanner house.

Stamos later wrote that he and Mary-Kate had a “sweet talk” to presumably clear the air and hopefully get at least one of the twins to say “you got it, dude,” to the idea of joining the reunion. Days after the revival was officially announced on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” in late April, they said they had not been made aware of the plan to bring the show back. After “Full House” ended in 1995, they starred on two other short-lived TV series, “Two of a Kind” and “So Little Time.” In recent years, the Olsens have turned their attention to their two fashion lines, The Row and Elizabeth and James.

We want to give the fans what they deserve for supporting us for so many years,” Stamos wrote. “We all just want to have fun – do it in a classy way on Netflix and have a good time. Stephanie, now an aspiring musician, and single mother Kimmy — along with Kimmy’s feisty teenage daughter Ramona — all move in to help take care of D.J.’s two boys, the rebellious 12-year-old J.D. and neurotic 7-year-old Max, and her soon-to-arrive baby. The multicamera comedy hails from Warner Horizon Television, Miller-Boyett Productions and Jeff Franklin Productions. “Full House” creator Jeff Franklin will return to oversee “Fuller House” alongside exec producers Boyett and Thomas L.

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