Earlier this month, we posed a simple question regarding the Full House cast: Where are they now?
The answers are varied, of course, but they may become a lot simpler... because John Stamos is working to bring everyone back together!
According to TV Guide, the actor (who owns a stake in Full House) is teaming with Warner Bros. TV to come up with some kind of Full House revival or remake.
Details are scarce, but Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) and Andrea Barber (Kimmy) are all reportedly up for a new series.
Bob Saget (Danny) and Dave Coulier (Joey), meanwhile, have also shown interest.
Original executive producer Bob Boyett and creator Jeff Franklin are also on board, with the latter actually writing the proposed pilot script.
Full House aired from 1987-1995 and continues to garner strong ratings via Nick at Nite reruns.
The cast has remained very close, with Stamos, Coulier and Saget starring in a yogurt commercial earlier this year and also showing up on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon dressed as their Full House characters.
How likely is a Full House remake? Who knows. But the Disney Channel recently spun Girl Meets World off from Boy Meets World, another former staple of ABC’s TGIF lineup.
After playing Uncle Joey, Dave Coulier went on to host America's Funniest People and give life to several animated characters while also performing stand-up ... and perhaps most notably, being the guy torn a new one by Alanis Morissette in her hit "You Oughta Know."
Once upon a time, Candace Cameron Bure was DJ Tanner. Most recently she came in third on Dancing With the Stars. She has three children with her husband, former NHL star Valeri Bure, and is a practicing Christian like her brother Kirk.
Arguably the most successful of the Full House alums, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, who split time as Michelle Tanner were millionaires by their 5th birthdays ... and are believed to be billionaires now, by virtue of acting and fashion ventures.