Growing up in the late '80s and early '90s, we were lucky enough to have some pretty amazing TV shows. We had Blossom, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Family Matters, and of course, Full House. They just don't make television shows like they used to, right? These were good, wholesome family shows that spawned huge stars, catchy songs, and unforgettable tag lines. Of course, now we live in the era of remaking everything that was once good. Thankfully, networks have left most of our favs alone (please don't try to remake or reboot Fresh Prince, guys, it cannot be done!).
But one show recently got the reboot treatment, and much to our surprise, the new version is as entertaining as the original! Netflix brought back Full House, and picked up the story line (sort of) where we left off. Fuller House has a lot of the original cast members, like DJ and Steph Tanner and Kimmie Gibbler, but they're all grown up and raising their own families. However, the question has always been: will little Michelle Tanner ever make an appearance? Well, according to Candace Cameron, who plays DJ, we shouldn't hold out breath.
Pretty much the whole family has made an appearance on the reboot, with all the original actors reprising their roles at one time or another. Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, John Stamos, and Lori Loughlin have joined Cameron, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber. With the upcoming fifth season being the last season of the show, fans have started wondering if we're ever going to see Michelle and catch up on all she's been up to since she was an adorable little toddler and young girl.
But we have some bad news for fans of the OG show: Candace Cameron says it ain't going to happen. Cameron recently told reporters that Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen will never, ever, EVER return to their Full House roots. This vibes with what creator Jeff Franklin said back in 2017, when he told Us Weekly that an Olsen cameo wasn't in the cards. They've been invited, but have never accepted, so it looks like that door is closed!
But even without Michelle Tanner, the show has been a pretty big hit for Netflix. It's always fun to get a chance to see what happens with our favorite characters once the curtain drops for the final time. We'll be sad to say goodbye to the Tanners once again after this final season.