The 41-year-old actress opens up about Jeff Franklin's dismissal ahead of season four of the Netflix series.
Kristen Bell sparked an unlikely conflict with fellow actress Candace Cameron Bure in her latest social media post.
Iconic boy band New Kids on the Block (minus an original member or two) makes a much-anticipated cameo on Netflix’s Fuller House, whose new season premieres today.
Ever since Fuller House returned to Netflix, there has been some serious Full House nostalgia everywhere you look. While we were excited to see them come back, we couldn’t help but wonder what happened to the rest of their former flames — and why aren’t they on Fuller House yet?
Conversation hearts with sayings such as “Kiss Me” and “Be Mine” are sweet and all, but if given the chance, wouldn’t you like to adorn the chalky candy treat with your own personalized message? See what stars from Anna Faris to Adam Lambert told Yahoo Celebrity they would write on the classic Valentine’s Day confection.
Candace Cameron Bure, Andrea Barber and Jodie Sweetin were on Ellen Tuesday and premiered a new Fuller House trailer. The Full House revival comes to Netflix on February 26. The trailer showed what awaiting audiences have been teased with for weeks - much of the original cast is returning to their roles and that it focuses on Cameron Bure’s character DJ and her trying to raise her children with the help of her sister Stephanie and best friend Kimmy.
The TCA Fuller House panel featured stars Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber, as well as show creator Jeff Franklin and executive producer Bob Boyett, to talk about the gender swap and the enduring legacy of the original Full House. “They’re mostly lousy.” In the years since the show went off the air, he and Warner Brothers have been approached “at least two or three times a year with some form of follow-up for Full House,” he said.
We all know a favorite trope of the holiday TV movie genre is having a workaholic city girl visit a small town during December (for business or returning home after she’s lost her job) and realize she needs to embrace life with whatever handsome man she falls in love with there. In that respect, Lifetime’s The Flight Before Christmas (premiering Saturday at 8 p.m.) and Hallmark Channel’s A Christmas Detour (repeating Friday at 10 p.m. ...
The hyped-up show, fighting its sinking ratings, brought back Behar to an already-crowded table that included new panelists Paula Faris and Candace Cameron Bure. The hallowed “Hot Topics” segment received a new graphic meant to resemble a sizzling branding-iron, at which even Whoopi Goldberg and Behar snickered in ridicule. The women spent two segments talking over each other about jailed Kentucky clerk Kim Davis in a frantic attempt to land a few argument-provoking blows. Instead, we got Michelle Collins referring to the clerk as “a monster” and asserting that “my dream is that she stays in jail long enough to get gay-married.” To which Behar responded, “My dream is that all the gay priests come out of the closet.” Wha-wha-whaaat? Talk somehow turned to the British TV show The Fall, with Behar saying Gillian Anderson is so hot in it, she’d “turn you lesbian,” and the new panelists lusted over Fall co-star Jamie Dornan. The 59-year-old Goldberg, however, said she “can’t get excited over all these little boys — it’s creepy.” Dismissing the 30-something Dornan, Goldberg cited a more age-appropriate companion: the “little friend in my drawer” that keeps her happy. Startled that The View had begun the season talking about Whoopi’s vibrator, Cameron Bure held her head as though it was about to explode and said, “Did we just go there?” Oh, indeed you did, kid.
On The View, guest host Candace Cameron Bure got into a heated debate with Raven-Symone over an Oregon bakery refusing service to a lesbian couple. The bakery was ordered by the state’s labor commission to pay $135,000 to the two women for emotional and mental anguish they caused.