TV show reunions that need to happen

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A 'Full House' Revival May Be Coming To Netflix

This past week, rumors from notable sources started buzzing everywhere you looked about a possible 'Full House' reunion series. This is not a drill, people! Said rumors claimed the reboot would be a 13-episode spin-off series set 20 years after we last saw the Tanner family.

The new series (reportedly to be called 'Fuller House') would star cast originals Candace Cameron Bure as D.J. Tanner and Andrea Barber as D.J.'s best friend, Kimmy. John Stamos, Bob Saget and David Coulier will all make guest appearances on the show. Please, try to contain your excitement.


Netflix has yet to comment on the story so (for now) there is no word on when (or if) we will get to catch up with the Tanner family but we can hope, pray, cross fingers and whatever else to make it happen.

Though a 'Full House' reunion would surely excite a huge age-range of audience and tap an almost palpable nostalgia that would maintain our happiness for years to come, there are some other shows that we hope might receive the same reboot treatment some day.

Here are some TV show reunions that need to happen:

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"Everybody Loves Raymond" star Ray Romano, right, and director Gary Halvorson, left, discuss a scene between takes of the taping of one of the final episodes of the show at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, Calif., on Jan. 13, 2005. Sitting at the table in the background is cast member Monica Horan. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
Friends Special Episode, 'The One That Could Have Been, Part One' From L-R: Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox Arquette And Matt Leblanc. All The Friends Ponder What Might Have Been If Each Had Taken A Different Path In Life And They Imagine: That A Frustrated Ross (Schwimmer) Stays With His Wife Carol (Jane Sibbett) And Ignores Her Disinterest In Him; A Married Rachel (Aniston) Is Starstruck When She Meets Hunky 'Days Of Our Lives' Star Joey (Leblanc) Who Never Lost His Job As Dr. Drake Ramoray; Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) Is A Corporate Stockbroker; And A Portly Monica (Cox Arquette) Frets About Losing Her Virginity While Chandler (Perry) Is A Struggling Writer Who Stoops To Working As Joey's Lowly Assistant Just To Make Ends Meet. (Photo By Getty Images)
374562 01: The cast of 'Sex And The City' ('The Caste System' episode). From l-r: Kristin Davis, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Sarah Jessica Parker. 1999 Paramount Pictures
Teen-age actress Hilary Duff, who plays the title role in Disney Channel's "Lizzie McGuire," poses in Lizzie's bedroom on the show's set in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 19, 2002. Following taping of her show, Duff, 14, must include several hours of lessons in her working day. (AP Photo/Krista Niles)
370100 09: Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham star in Warner Bros. TV series 'The Gilmore Girls.' (Photo by Warner Bros./Delivered by Online USA)
11/03/99. Los Angeles, CA. Roseanne celebrates her birthday on her Talk Show set. Picture by DAN CALLISTER Online USA Inc
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