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Posted Tuesday 10/16/18 at 7:23PM EDT
Report: Netflix is "seriously considering" ending Fuller House with Season 4
Season 4, which wrapped filming last month, was the first without Full House and Fuller House creator Jeff Franklin, who was fired over allegations of inappropriate behavior earlier this year. TVLine reports Netflix is "seriously" thinking of ending the Full House spinoff, though a Netflix spokesperson says: “No decision has been made about the future of Fuller House; we’re looking forward to the premiere of Season 4 later this year.”
Posted Wednesday 7/18/18 at 11:21PM EDT
San Francisco bans tour buses from visiting Full House's iconic Victorian house
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's Board of Directors voted to ban tour buses and other commercial vehicles that seat more than nine people from the iconic Victorian house. The Full House house is currently owned by the show's creator, Jeff Franklin, who was fired earlier this year from Netflix sequel Fuller House over his allegedly abusive behavior. Franklin bought the home in December 2016.
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 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 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 Monday 9/25/17 at 1:24PM EDT
Fuller House creator has stopped asking the Olsen Twins to make a cameo
“Personally, I’ve given up asking them,” says Jeff Franklin, who created both Full House and Netflix sequel Fuller House, in an interview with TV Line. “The door is open, but I’m not going to be calling them anymore to invite them. They just don’t seem interested in coming. It’s been three years of invitations, so they know the door is open. It’s up to them to decide if they want to come play or not.”