The beloved '90s comedy may be heading back to the small screen
Credit: Courtesy Andrea Barber

Full House fans, this could be the news you’ve been waiting for: the oft-rumored onscreen reunion might just be happening after all.

The beloved ’90s sitcom, now a mainstay on Nick at Nite, may be returning to television with some of the original cast, reports.

John Stamos, who has an ownership stake in the show, according to the site, is championing the cause. Other stars – including Candace Cameron Bure (who has said she’d be up for a TV reunion), Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber are on board, and Bob Saget and Dave Coulier may also be involved – plus creator Jeff Franklin and executive producer Bob Boyett are a part of the project as well.

Stamos has teased the idea of a TV reunion, and cast members have reunited briefly for Jimmy Fallon and at Coulier’s wedding.

“There was a lot of love that went into the show,” Saget told PEOPLE in April. “All I have is love for the thing, not ‘Oh, my God, I had to play that guy.’ ”

“The show worked,” he added, “because it’s on every night of the week right now.”

With more to come? Stay tuned.

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