By Sahil Patel
Netflix is nearing a deal for a new season of “Full House,” one of the seminal TV series of the ‘90s.
The news comes from TVLine, which reports that the new season would be called “Fuller House” and will center on DJ Tanner (played by Candace Cameron Bure) and her best friend Kimmy (played by Andrea Barber). Regulars from the original series, including John Stamos, Bob Saget, and Dave Coulier, are being eyed for guest appearances.
The revival, which would run for 13 episodes, is being led by the original show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, who will executive produce alongside Thomas L. Miller and Robert L. Boyett, the report said. John Stamos would also be on board as a producer.
If greenlit, “Fuller House” would be the latest in a growing line of revivals. Netflix is already known for bringing back shows like “Arrested Development” and “Inspector Gadget.” Other series, including “The X-Files,” “Twin Peaks,” and “Coach,” are being brought back by various networks.
Netflix did not respond to a request for comment.