Will Fuller House’s final season include Lori Loughlin?


With Lori Loughlin’s arrest earlier this week, her status on Fuller House is questioned.

Fuller House may be a little less full when it comes back next season.

With news of the elite college admissions bribery scandal hitting the world earlier this week, fans of Lori Loughlin were stunned to find out she was involved in the scheme. And now, it may have an effect on her future on some of her acting gigs.

On Thursday, Loughlin was released from her commitments with the Hallmark Channel. And a source close to Netflix says her ax from Fuller House is imminent.

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As you probably know, Loughlin has played the beloved Aunt Becky for over 30 years. She’s a fixture on the original Full House series and makes guest appearances on Fuller House.

But now, Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were indicted for spending over $500,000 on bribes “in exchange for having their two daughters designated as recruits to the USC crew team — despite the fact that they did not participate in crew.”

This, according to Deadline, all happening so that their daughters, Olivia and Isabella, could get into the University of California.

The memes and posts about it have been entertaining.

She’s going from Full House to the Big House.

I even saw a picture of Aunt Becky seemingly behind bars, while she visits Uncle Jesse in jail on the day of their wedding. “My how the tables have turned.”

And my personal favorite: “Have mercy” on Aunt Becky!

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Fuller House hasn’t begun production on their fifth and final season as of yet. But I, for one, can’t imagine the series without her making a minor appearance — especially if Uncle Jesse appears.

Plus, Becky and Danny are supposed to be hosting Wake up San Francisco.

I’m sure we’ll hear the streaming service’s decision soon.

Source: Deadline