We are getting so close to the premiere of Fuller House. If you grew up with the Tanner family, this is reason for giddiness. Full House has survived the test of time. After its unexpected cancellation in May of 1995, fans were never able to say farewell in a way that was right and honorable. The finale was a mish-mash, and so unsatisfactory. Now, we’re a mere month away from the reboot, set to debut on February 26, 2016. Man, woman, boy and girl: Netflix. Be there, or be square.
9. They Rebuilt The Set
Thinking about Fuller House, one had to imagine where the writers might go with living arrangements, geographic locations and whether they would shoot single camera on location, or stay true to the original and build out sets on sound stages. So it seems—judging by the first teasers—it’s the latter. This. Is. Crazy! Shows like this don’t exist anymore, and Netflix has the brass to say, “They do now!” Sure, there are a few shows that still exist and are offered on stages in front of studio audiences, but not on this scale. What people fail to realize is that the entire Full House set was on the floor of a sound stage. (Sorry if that spoils any thoughts the show was actually shot in that San Francisco home.) The fact that a team of set builders took the original blueprints to rebuild the set is worthy of commendation—and reason to tune in.http://www.people.com/article/candace-cameron-bure-instagram-full-house-home Source: People.com