Karen Belz
November 17, 2016 2:54 pm
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Let’s face it, you guys. Mary-Kate and Ashley likely won’t be acting together anytime soon. In preparation for the second season, Lori Loughlin confirmed that Fuller House would lack Olsen. Just in case, y’know, you were hoping that maybe the two of them had a change of heart.

(But hey, if Aunt Becky is cool with it, so are we.)

 
We can’t blame the twins for wanting to put the past behind them. After all, they started filming the show when they were nine months old. Now, they’ve realized that their passions lie elsewhere. But Loughlin admits that if they ever changed their minds, they’re more than welcome to come back.

The opportunity is definitely one you don’t see every day.

 Fuller House has proven that they have more than enough talent to carry the show. As Loughlin noted, Fuller House truly centers around the fun dynamic of Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber — but, having the “adults” reunite as well for a few episodes is always a dream to see.

The second season of Fuller House premieres on Netflix on December 9th. It’s almost the perfect in-between-holidays show to binge-watch!

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