What Netflix's 'Full House' Reboot Should & Shouldn't Do To Be A Successful Reboot
A TV reboot is a delicate thing. Whether it looks to expand the original universe or recapture it exactly, bring in new cast members or wrangle back the old, it is never a prospect to which we can comfortably assign wholehearted optimism. Fuller House, Netflix's newly confirmed Full House reboot — while exciting news — is just as fragile a property as anything else we've seen optioned for a reboot.
Even if it seems like magic that your much adored childhood farce is returning to television, things aren't exempt from going terribly awry. So, a look at what these 11 TV reboots did right and wrong could help steer Fuller House towards glory.