We're beyond excited for the Gilmore Girls revival to bring back our favorite characters from Stars Hollow!
Though some of the original castmates won't be returning for the four-part Netflix miniseries, series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino is willing to pull some strings for one former cast member turned movie star — Melissa McCarthy!
The writer explained that she would LOVE for the actress to make a quick cameo as Sookie St. James in the revival, but isn't getting her hopes up due to McCarthy's insane filming schedule!
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Speaking to TVLine, Sherman-Palladino said:
While most of America is pumped for the Fuller House premiere, we'd be lying if we said we weren't bummed about Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen skipping out on the reboot.
We've heard all about the twins' on-again-off-again feud with John Stamos, but now another person involved with the Netflix sitcom is speaking out about their absence.
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Creator and producer Jeff Franklin spoke to E! News on Monday about the Elizabeth Olsen casting rumors, saying:
The premiere season of Fuller House will bring back the entire cast from the original series — except for Michelle Tanner!
By now, it's no secret that Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen won't be appearing in the Netflix reboot.
John Stamos revealed that he reached out to the famous sisters in hopes they would reprise the role that shot them to super stardom, but explained that they "don't consider themselves actresses" anymore.
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But according to executive producer Bob Boyett, the 29-year-olds aren't returning to the spinoff series for a few different reasons!
Speaking to People, Boyett explained:
Fuller House is premiering on Netflix next month and John Stamos couldn't be more excited!
The Grandfathered star could barely contain his excitement when he appeared on Monday's Tonight Show, saying it was "so fun" reuniting with the Full House cast… well, most of them, at least!
The 52-year-old recently went on Howard Stern where he opened up about Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen's notable absence from the reboot, explaining the famous twins "don't consider themselves actresses" anymore.
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But the actor still managed to throw some thinly-veiled shade when plugging the show, telling Jimmy Fallon with a grin: