John Stamos is making a drama about soap operas in the '80s, and we're so down
Oh, John Stamos. Does it get any dreamier? We’ve been madly in love with the super gorgeous guy for what feels like ages. Though we were sad to see the end of Grandfathered, we’ve been so happy to see more of him thanks to his new gig with Scream Queens and Fuller House. And we’re PUMPED to hear he’s going to be making something new!
According to Vulture, the currently unnamed series is being described as “Boogie Nights in the soap world,” and we’re 100% on board.
John Stamos is teaming up with Craig Zadan and Neil Meron for the series, which, according to Deadline, will follow “a young man thrust into soap stardom, during a decade defined by Reaganomics, greed, excess, indulgence and materialism. As a newly minted teen idol, he will struggle to balance his family life, working at his father’s restaurant, and maintaining his humble upbringing while navigating the temptations of sex, drugs and fame.”
We’re super curious, and really looking forward to getting to check this out! We’ve got a soft spot for soaps (hey, don’t judge!) and everything Stamos, so we know that this’ll be a winner. After all, he did get his start on General Hospital as Blackie Parrish, so he knows what he’s talking about.