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Posted Friday 3/16/18 at 3:07PM EDT
Netflix is No. 1 in showing TV characters smoking, led by Stranger Things
Season 1 of Stranger Things featured 182 incidents of tobacco use, while The Walking Dead came in at No. 2 with 94 scenes of characters using tobacco, according to a study from the antismoking group Truth Initiative. In total, Netflix had 319 "tobacco incidents," more than any cable or broadcast network. Netflix ranked third through sixth, with Orange Is the New Black, House of Cards, Fuller House and Making a Murderer each showing numerous scenes of tobacco use. The Truth Initiative also found 20 instances of tobacco use on Modern Family. Fuller House was the only show on the list that's rated TV-Y7, for kids as young as age 7.
Posted Monday 3/12/18 at 5:49PM EDT
Fuller House taps new showrunners to replace ousted creator Jeff Franklin
Co-executive producers Steve Baldikoski and Bryan Behar, who've been with the spinoff from the beginning, will serve as showrunners for Season 4.
Posted Monday 3/12/18 at 5:49PM EDT
Some parents aren't happy Netflix is rewarding kids who watch TV with "patches"
Netflix is testing out a new feature that lets children collect "patches" for watching episodes of certain kids' shows like Fuller House. There is no reward for earning patches, which has parents questioning why kids need to be encouraged to watch more television.
Posted Tuesday 3/06/18 at 2:34PM EST
Candace Cameron Bure: Full House creator Jeff Franklin will be "sorely missed" from Fuller House
"Jeff is a dear friend and he's been a wonderful showrunner and he will be sorely missed from all of us," tells Entertainment Tonight of the Fuller House creator, who was fired for alleged abusive behavior. "But the show must go on. We'll do that and we hope that we will have a great season."
Posted Thursday 3/01/18 at 1:32PM EST
Full House / Fuller House creator Jeff Franklin is "heartbroken" he was fired from his Netflix show
"I’m heartbroken to be leaving Fuller House," Franklin wrote on Instagram, without specifically addressing the allegations of abusive behavior against him. "Creating and running Full House and Fuller House has been the greatest joy. I wish the cast, my second family for over 30 years, continued success. I’m so proud of all we accomplished together, and beyond grateful to our loyal fans. Adios Tanneritos!"
Posted Wednesday 2/28/18 at 2:03PM EST
Full House creator Jeff Franklin dumped from Fuller House over alleged abusive behavior
Franklin has been fired as showrunner and Warner Bros. TV won't renew his overall deal after the studio received complaints about his behavior on set and in the writers room, according to Variety. "Franklin has been accused of being verbally abusive to staffers and making inappropriate statements in the writers room, including making sexually charged comments about his personal relationships and sex life," reports Variety's Cynthia Littleton. "Franklin has not been accused of directly sexually harassing or engaging in physical misconduct with any staffers." Staffers also complained Franklin would bring women he was dating on set and sometimes give them roles on the show.
Posted Sunday 2/04/18 at 3:33AM EST
John Stamos gets married, undeterred by a burglary
The Fuller House star and his pregnant fiancée Caitlin McHugh tied the knot Saturday, the day after her hotel room was burglarized of $165,000 worth of jewelry.
Posted Monday 1/29/18 at 7:46PM EST
Netflix renews Fuller House for Season 4
As Hello Giggles points out, the Full House sequel series seems to be adhering to a new math for TV seasons, releasing multiple seasons a year since its debut less than two years ago. Netflix announced late last year that Fuller House was its second-most binge-raced show (behind Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life).
Posted Friday 12/22/17 at 11:25PM EST
San Francisco neighbors of the Full House home are ticked off that it’s now owned by the show’s creator
Ever since Jeff Franklin bought the iconic Victorian house last year for $4 million, he has been renovating it to match the Fuller House set. Franklin, said one neighbor, “is a Hollywood producer who has bought the house for commercial purposes—promoting it as a fan destination, using it for promotional events and filming at the house.” As a result of the renovations and renewed interest thanks to Fuller House, the neighborhood has become even more overrun with tourists, with the neighbor describing the problem as “150-250 or more visitors and 50-75 cars per hour, with 1,000 visitors or more on weekend days.”
Posted Tuesday 12/19/17 at 9:22PM EST
Jodie Sweetin ordered to pay child support now that she’s earning big bucks from Fuller House
A judge has ordered Sweetin to pay her ex-husband $2,800 a month. When her divorce was finalized last year, she said she was earning just $4,000 a month, and wasn't required to pay child support.
Posted Wednesday 12/13/17 at 9:42AM EST
John Stamos is turning 55 in 2018 — and becoming a dad for the first time
The Fuller House star has announced that he and fiancée Caitlin McHugh are expecting their first child. “We have the same morals and the same values, that all clicked nicely. So we said, ‘Oh, well, maybe we should have a family,’” Stamos tells People magazine.
Posted Monday 12/11/17 at 4:07PM EST
New Fuller House trailer previews the Tokyo visit
Part of the second half of Season 3 will be set in Japan.
Posted Wednesday 11/08/17 at 9:32PM EST
Bob Saget gets engaged to girlfriend who was 8 years old during Full House’s first season
The Fuller House star, 61, proposed to his girlfriend of more than a year, Kelly Rizzo, who’s 38.
Posted Monday 10/23/17 at 7:10AM EDT
John Stamos gets engaged
The Fuller House star is set to marry The Vampire Diaries actress Caitlin McHugh, his girlfriend of nearly two years.
Posted Thursday 10/19/17 at 12:55AM EDT
What kind of person “binge races” through an entire season of Fuller House?
Each episode of the Full House sequel is not for binging, says Sean O'Neal: “How could you properly luxuriate in the richness of its character development, or tease out the intricate folds of the Full House saga’s beautifully chiastic structure, in which the multigenerational tale of the Tanners echoes across parallel stories of mourning, family-friendly mayhem, and musical guest stars? Fuller House is a delicacy meant to be savored, you fools, not horked down your eye-gullet!”