Beloved childhood star Jodie Sweetin has an idea for yet another fabulous Full House spin off. The popular family sitcom that ran from 1987 to 1995 was revived back in 2016 when Netflix debuted its sequel Fuller House.Netflixs Fuller House ran for five consecutive seasons before finally coming to a close in 2020. Although its only been barely 2 years since Fuller House wrapped talks and rumors of another Full House offshoot being in the works are starting to circulate. Sweetin has claimed that if the opportunity was presented for her to reprise her role as the famous Stephanie Tanner she would jump at it in a heartbeat. Fuller House essentially adapts the same premise of the original series except this time eldest daughter DJ Tanner Candace Cameron Bure is now in a similar predicament that her father Danny the late Bob Saget found himself in. Widowed at a young age just like her Dad DJ is left to raise three young kids all on her own while simultaneously struggling to cope with the grief over losing her husband. In order to help DJ out Stephanie and their quirky friend Kimmy Andrea Barber mirroring Full Houses Jesse John Stamos and Joey Dave Coulier move into the classic San Francisco home with her.
For nearly half a decade the girls corralled amongst one another through good times and bad uplifting and supporting one another through lifes turbulence. The Fuller House finale gave all three girls a happy ending as they all went on to get married and start their own separate lives. However although fans are very emotionally satisfied and fulfilled when Fuller House came to a close they still want to see more of the Tanner clan. Sweetin recently spoke to E! News Daily Pop where she claimed that she is more than ready to reprise her role and reunite with old co stars once more. Yet Sweetin has some of her own visions for how the family sitcom should evolve for a potential spin off series.Absolutely I love working with them. Its like do you want to go back and have fun and work with the people that you love that youve known your whole life? Of course Sweetin said. We always joke about our Golden Girls sort of future show. The three of us living somewhere in Miami. Golden Girls debuted back in 1985 and chronicles the lives of four unmarried middle aged women. The Betty White show is known for its sexual candor and unabashed sense of sarcastic humor which is quite polar opposite to the more traditional family vibes that Full House represents.
Nevertheless Sweetins idea of putting the three main girls in a similar position as the main characters in Golden Girls is a captivating one especially if they find some way to squeeze in the Olsen Twins in order to revive the character of Michelle. Taking on Golden Girls for inspiration could lead to a possible tone shift for the rumored Full House spin off showcasing a more mature raunchy sense of adult humor which would be quite refreshing to see from female characters who have been previously reserved from embracing that type of comedy.