Netflix will just keep making Fuller House, and there’s nothing you can do to stop it

Though it’s bleeding content, raising prices, and getting called out for paying some comedians a lot less than other comedians, everything still seems to be going just fine over at Netflix. That’s because it has settled into a surprisingly reliable groove of making semi-terrible original shows and movies that it can…

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Netflix refuses to have mercy, renews Fuller House for a third season

For every bit of Fuller House news that’s broken, there’s been an attendant catchphrase from the original sitcom with which to sum up our reactions. “No way, Jose!” burst from Netflix subscribers’ lips upon hearing that the sequel series was in development, followed by a “how rude” in response to the production’s…

Study claims Fuller House is the most popular show on Netflix, maybe all of TV

It’s a well-known industry truth: Netflix doesn’t discuss its ratings. Sure, sometimes it’ll dole out a tidbit or two, reminding us that we’re all a bunch of binge-watching tubs of goo. But the company keeps its actual viewership numbers very quiet. The assumption is that there’s no especially good reason for the…

The house from Full House is for sale, sans milkman, paperboy, and evening TV

Everywhere you look, there’s a piece of pop-culture history up for sale. Everywhere you go, an artist is hawking some questionable memorabilia. But when you’re lost out there and you’re all alone, there’s a real-estate listing for a beautiful San Francisco Victorian that was once home to the Tanner brood. That’s…

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Fuller House, 7th Heaven stars ride the ’90s nostalgia wave with new reality show

Riding the wave of ’90s nostalgia that has given their careers new life, Jodie Sweetin (Full House, Fuller House), Beverly Mitchell (7th Heaven), and Christine Lakin (Step by Step) have signed up to play themselves for a new reality show. Called Hollywood Darlings, the show is an “unscripted docu-comedy series” that…

Fuller House won’t have to cut it out as Netflix orders a second season

Everywhere you look, there are revivals (of varying quality) of some familiar material, though there’s perhaps none quite as baseless as Netflix’s Fuller House, a sequel series with the same (slightly ghoulish) premise and players of the original that lacks any of its warmth. But, as TV Club’s Joshua Alston notes, if…