There may be no Michelle in the Fuller House spin-off on Netflix, but Aunt Becky will definitely be back to reunite with Uncle Jesse!
According to People, Lori Loughlin, who portrayed one half of the iconic TV couple during the show's initial run, has officially signed on to join the new spin-off, meaning fans will get their Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky fill once again during the show's initial episode, which is set to be a cast reunion.
"Doing that show was one of the best jobs I've ever had," she said about her reason for signing on. "It was just so much fun."
She also dished that she thinks fans will love the new show just as much as they did the original because the original creator is at the helm of this project as well.
"I think with Jeff Franklin at the helm--he's the creator of Full House--it's hard to go wrong because nobody's more protective of that show than he is. That's his baby," she said.
John Stamos, her TV husband, has not yet commented on the news, though he'll hopefully address it soon by quoting his alter ego and saying, 'Have Mercy.'
Meanwhile, there's no word on if Jesse and Becky's twin boys, Nicky and Alex, will also feature into the show as grown-ups. They were portrayed by Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit in the original show, but the two then quit acting and went on to live lives completely out of the spotlight soon after. It is unclear if there has been an attempt to reach out to them to potentially reprise the roles one more time, or if there are plans to recast them should their presence be a part of the show.
Fuller House debuts on Netflix in 2016.