The 'Full House' Reboot Is Reportedly Headed to Netflix

There's no official word, but there's buzz of new episodes headed to Netflix

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Okay, Full House fans this might be the reboot rumor that finally proves to be true.

The buzz about a Tanner family return to TV has been ramping up as of late, and now it seems the beloved ’90s sitcom may actually have a new home.

Netflix is very close to ordering 13 new episodes, newly titled Fuller House, to star real-life BFFs Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber (as onscreen BFFS DJ Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler), with John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier to guest-star and Stamos to produce, TV Line reports.

Netflix and Warner Bros. have not commented.

A rep for Lori Loughlin, who played Stamos’s onscreen wife, Rebecca Donaldson, did not confirm either, but concurred with the sentiments of the Full House faithful.

“I really hope that this is true!” Loughlin’s rep tells PEOPLE. “The fans definitely want it.”

Is a New Season of Full House Headed to Netflix?

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