Despite a recent mini-reunion with Bob Saget, it looks like Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Fuller Olsen won't be stopping by Fuller House next year after all.
While we were holding out hope that the twins would be reprising their shared role as Michelle Tanner in the Full House reboot, Lori Loughlin confirmed on Wednesday that MK&A will not be a part of the Netflix series in 2016.
How can Aunt Becky be so sure?
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Basically, filming has already wrapped on Season One of the multi-cam sitcom and since Mary-Kate and Ashley didn't film any scenes, it'll be impossible for them to show up.
Of course that doesn't mean they can't be in Season Two…
We're still not convinced that we won't be seeing the girls once Fuller House finally premieres, mostly because if they managed to get literally every other main cast member, we can't imagine them saying no.
Do U think this is really the end of Michelle Tanner??
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After five movies and a short-lived series, the sci-fi franchise Tremors is being revived on the small screen!
But the best part? Kevin Bacon will be acting in it!
The Following star will serve as actor and exec producer in a series based on the 1990 cult classic about giant, deadly worms called graboids!
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After 25 years, the 57-year-old will reprise his role of Valentine McKee — who finally returns to the fictional town of Perfection, Nevada!
Earlier this year, the actor expressed interest in revisiting Tremors, saying:
This cannot be real!
In news that we never thought we'd report, but are beyond ecstatic to share, it looks like a classic Nickelodeon sitcom is getting a reunion in early 2016.
It was announced on Tuesday that Drake Bell will be joining his former comedy partner Josh Peck on his new show Grandfathered this Spring on FOX!
Video: The Cast Of All That Reunites To Sing The Theme Song!
The latter of the Drake & Josh pair has been starring in the family comedy alongside John Stamos, Christina Milian, and Paget Brewster since it premiered on September 29, and now his musical counterpart will be guest starring on an episode once the series comes back from its Winter hiatus.
We're also happy to hear that Drake's story line will revolve around his tech-savvy character trying to work with Josh's nerdy Gerald, so we can rest easy knowing we'll for sure be seeing them onscreen together for the first time in over eight years!
Drake & Josh first ran on Nickelodeon from 2004-2007 as a spin-off of Amanda Bynes' The Amanda Show, so it'll be interesting to see if Josh ever tries to reunite with her too!
Make sure to catch Grandfathered every Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST on FOX!
It looks like everyone's favorite football head will move it on right back to cable TV!
Nickelodeon announced that it is reviving the beloved ‘90s show Hey Arnold as a TV movie!
According to Variety, the classic cartoon that ran from 1996-2004 will see life in a new movie that picks up where the original series left off!
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We'll even get to see the continuation of some unresolved plots — like the biggest burning question: what actually happened to Arnold's parents?!
But the tale of a fourth grade boy and his friends living in the big city might not be the only classic Nicktoon to be brought back for new audiences!
Russell Hicks, president of content development and production and Nickelodeon, said:
All you kiddies born after the '90s really oughta know who Alanis Morissette is!
Demi Lovato may only have been three years old when You Oughta Know first hit the airwaves, but the breakup anthem transcends generations!
The performers proved it at the 2015 American Music Awards with a special performance of the classic hit to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Jagged Little Pill!
The ladies absolutely knocked it out of the park as they brought more '90s nostalgia than Justin Bieber's Nirvana t-shirt! The angst is SO REAL!
Ch-ch-check out their awesome collab (above)!
And be sure to check out the ongoing winners list as it's announced HERE!
We wouldn't want it any other way!
Ever since Fox announced the end of American Idol, we've had our nostalgia goggles on and have been thinking back on all the great moments the competition show gave us.
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Though we're sad to see it go after what will be 15 seasons on the air, we're definitely excited about the news Ryan Seacrest just dropped!
Seacrest told Access Hollywood