Could a 'Full House' revival be in the works?

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full-house-revival.jpgFurther evidence that dreams do come true. TV Guide reports there is a strong possibility a "Full House" revival is in the works.

Even though the family sitcom aired from 1987 to 1995, it lives on and has found a new generation of viewers thanks to reruns airing on Nick at Nite.

TV Guide reports due to the show's unwavering popularity, Warner Bros. TV is working on a new take on the series, with almost all the original cast attached.

Sadly, no Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (Michelle), but John Stamos (Uncle Jesse), who has part ownership in the show, as well as Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie), Andrea Barber (Kimmy), Bob Saget (Danny), Dave Coulier (Joey) and original executive producer Bob Boyett are said to be open to taking part in the potential new series in some way.

Creator Jeff Franklin is said to be writing the script for the still tight-knit group, who are often seen supporting each other at the major events in their lives. Recently much of the cast was at Coulier's July 2 nuptials and several castmates were often spotted in the ballroom supporting Bure's time on "Dancing with The Stars," as well as Bob Saget's frequent comedy tour dates.

Would you tune in for a "Full House" reunion?
Photo/Video credit: Warner Bros. TV