Full House

Want to binge watch every episode of one of the most essential nineties sit-coms? You got it, dude. The exploits of the Tanner family in San Francisco captured the hearts and souls of families across America. The show is best known for the iconic characters that were performed by nineties legends Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, and Lori Loughlin – not to mention the debut of the then-unknown child actresses Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. 

If you turned on your television in the nineties, Full House was everywhere you looked. It originally aired on ABC and was renewed for 8 total seasons. The show was incredibly well liked and consistently ranked as a Top 25 show before going off the air at the end of 1995. With over 192 episodes, Full House was syndicated by Warner Brothers and still remains incredibly popular even years after it stopped being produced. Reruns of the show on Nick at Nite still average roughly 1.5 million users, and the show has gone on to attract a new younger base of fans. 

Full House was cast around Bob Saget, who was handpicked by ABC producers to play the lead role of Danny Tanner. While the show takes place in San Francisco, episodes were filmed on a backlot in Los Angeles and only one episode, “Comet’s Excellent Adventure” was actually taped in the Bay Area. Today, the cast remains close. In 2016 Netflix released a reboot called Fuller House. This new version ran for 5 seasons and 66 episodes and put Candace Cameron Bure’s character of D.J. Tanner into the role of the widowed parent as she works to raise her family with help from her sister as well as lifelong friend Kimmy Gibbler.

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