'Full House' Stars Reunite Ahead of Netflix Spin-off Premiere
The stars of the hit 90s ABC comedy linked up recently.
by JOI-MARIE MCKENZIE
December 12, 2015, 7:42 PM
• 3 min read
-- Although "Full House" fans won't see Ashley or Mary-Kate Olsen reprise their role as the cute and adorable Michelle on the upcoming Netflix spin-off, "Fuller House," there's no bad blood between the twins and the cast of the hit '90s sitcom.
In fact, Ashley Olsen reunited with some of the cast Tuesday night at the Scleroderma Research Foundation's "Cool Comedy – Hot Cuisine" benefit held in New York City.
Bog Saget, who will reprise his role as single dad Danny Tanner in "Fuller House," shared a photo of him smiling with his TV kids, Olsen and Candace Cameron-Bure. In his caption, Saget said the moment "means so much to me."
It may have been a rare reunion for Olsen, but Saget and Cameron-Bure have seen a lot of each other since "Fuller House," set to premiere in 2016, began filming earlier this year.
"Fuller House" will center on Cameron-Bure's character D.J., who will reportedly be a widowed mother of three. She has her sister Stephanie and friend Kimmy, played by Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, respectively, move in to help. The show will also feature guest appearances by original stars Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier and Lori Loughlin.