Be merciful Full House fans.
It has been 26 years since ABC abruptly ended the TGIF series after eight wildly successful seasons. The decision was made due to rising production costs, although ratings were quite solid. The finale of the show was viewed by 24 million viewers. It featured a two-part episode featuring little Michelle Tanner, played quite iconically by her twins. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) temporarily lost her memory, when it aired on May 23, 1995.
And in those two-and-a-half decades, our obsession withAnd affection for the ultimate symbol of the ’90s has endured. It has given rise to a series of five sequels. Fuller House, that wrapped up over the summer on Netflix. This is why we have been so riveted by one star (cough) Lori Loughlin cough) got caught up with the Feds.
It’s the reason we refused to hear from the Olsen brothers, who repeatedly stated that they did not want to revisit a role in which they were cast before they even had cognitive thinking. (You just know there were fans out there holding onto to some semblance of hope that there was still a surprise cameo in store when the Fuller House finale.)