Netflix has been Stamos'd, and one has a feeling the masses won't have a problem with it.
The streaming service and John Stamos pulled an April Fool's prank on us, those silly geese.
"A VERY exciting new original documentary unlike any other," Netflix tweeted today. "John Stamos: A Human, Being comes to Netflix April 31."
(spoiler alert - there is no April 31st).
Clad in a black turtleneck and sitting confidently in a director's chair, Stamos explained how his feature came to be.
"I guess it was the fall of 2015 when things looked to be going a little south for those guys at Netflix. My friend (fellow Greek-American) Ted Sarandos, the head of content, came to me and he said, 'John. You my friend, you have built more than a life for yourself. You have built a brand.
"'Please let us use your beloved brand to take Netflix to that next level.'"
The image on Netflix's social media acount features a backshot of Stamos against a spotlight, with the caption: "Lights, Camera, Stamos."
Members of Netflix have the pleasure of selecting categories such as:
- Popular Like John Stamos Was in High School
- Trending Now Like John Stamos
- Movies John Stamos Watched With His Nephew