Everywhere you look, another beloved sitcom is getting an unauthorized tell-all movie from Lifetime.
Following in the footsteps of its maligned "Unauthorized Saved By the Bell" TV movie, Lifetime has greenlit "The Unauthorized Full House Story," The Hollywood Reporter reports. Hopefully, this means we'll get to see the moment John Stamos looses his sh-t with the Olsen twins and gets them fired from "Full House" for crying too much. Because that totally happened, you know. (Don't worry. He eventually makes it up to them.)
Ron McGee, the genius scribe behind the "Saved By the Bell" flick, will also pen the "Full House" tell-all, which will "look at the rise of the cast -- including John Stamos, Bob Saget and the Olsen twins -- and explore the pressure on them to balance idyllic family life on the show with the more complicated reality of their own lives outside the series." Oh. My. Lanta.
Unlike the unauthorized "Saved By the Bell" tell-all, this family-friendly TV movie will also explore the bond that developed between the cast.
The news comes just one week after Netflix announced its plans for a "Full House" revival series, starring Candace Cameron-Bure (DJ Tanner), Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler) and Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner). The series, titled "Fuller House," is being produced by Stamos, who will also guest star in the project.
"Fuller House" will follow DJ as she struggles to pick up the pieces following her husband's death. Enter Stephanie, Kimmy and Kimmy's teenage daughter, who move in with DJ to help raise her two -- soon to be three! -- sons. Talks to bring in more of the original cast, including Saget, Dave Coulier and even the Olsen twins, are ongoing.
"The Unauthorized Full House Story" doesn't have an official air date yet, but with the Netflix series coming in early 2016, it's safe to say "Full House" isn't going anywhere anytime soon -- just the way we like it.
Now, here's the real question: who the heck is going to play Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen?!