Rejoice or cry, an icon of the 90’s is making a comeback!

First announced by TV Guide, Warner Bros. Television has announced that it has begun the first stages of bringing back the TV show “Full House”.

Beginning in 1987, the epitome of family sitcoms ran for eight seasons as part of the “TGIF” family friendly line-up before being cancelled in 1995.

The ABC broadcast helped make actors such as John Stamos, Bob Saget, and The Olsen Twins, household names.

The original show creator, Jeff Franklin, as well as Executive Producer, Bob Boyett, are leading the charge to make this project happen. Actors from the original, including Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin (Uncle Jesse, D.J. and Stephanie, respectively), are also pining to reprise their roles. No word if Mary-Kate and/or Ashley Olsen will return to portray Michelle.

This is not the first attempt to bring the Tanner clan back to light. Plans began back in 2009 to launch a movie based on the TV show.

With the show still holding strong ratings in syndication, the odds of this project falling through are slim. Fellow “TGIF” show “Boy Meets World” has its own sequel in “Girl Meets World”, now airing on Disney Channel.

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