For those who grew up in the 90s, Full House was a program most enjoyed, or at least watched. The Tanner clan plus Uncle Jesse, Uncle Joey and later Aunt Becky, made for some good ole TV that could be enjoyed by the entire family, even it was incredibly cringeworthy most of the time.
Was it cheesy? Yes. Was it poorly written? Yes. Was it poorly acted? Yes. But so what? The inability to act hasn’t stopped people like Arnold Schwarzenegger or Gerard Butler from becoming major stars.
Sometimes being awful is a positive, I mean “Family Guy ” is still on TV. It’s likely with this kind of thinking that Netflix decided to revive “Full House,” by switching it up a tad and calling it “Fuller House.”
As hard as it may seem, “Fuller House” has survived and will soon be in its fourth season, which premieres Dec. 14 on Netflix.
Check out the trailer below: