After the show had become wildly popular, some of the characters got their own book series as well. Michelle and Stephanie each got their own series, which at one point was combined and just called “Sisters.”
Stephanie got 32 books of her own, the latest of which was “Girl Power”, which came out in October of 1999. Most of the books are still sold online today, on sites like Amazon.
Candace Cameron Bure and Steve Weinger made an adorable on-screen couple throughout season 5. But as it turns out, the actress decided to make things real between the two when she invited Weinger to her real high school prom.
Bure sported a sleek, black dress and a corsage her date brought her, while the actor dressed traditionally in a nice black suit. Bure, who is a married mother of three, posted a throwback picture of the event on her Instagram a couple of years ago, which garnered numerous likes from fans.
The internet is truly an amazing thing. It’s capable of connecting us all and spreading information at the speed of light. However, it’s also capable of spreading a bunch of nonsense, because when a rumor takes hold, it just gets out of hand.
Take the fact that for years, people thought Comet was played by the same dog who played in "Air Bud", though he was not. The rumor got so big Buzzfeed published an article about it to set the internet straight. It turns out the real Comet was played by an adorable rescued Golden Retriever.
In the late ‘00s, Full House was adapted into a Russian version, which, when translated to English is basically called "The House is Upside Down", or "Topsy-Turvy House". The premise was the same, but the language and actors are obviously different.
A quick search on YouTube will deliver some results, and you can see for yourself the similarities between scenes of the original and the Russian syndication. As it turns out, the daughter of the CEO of CTC Media, the Russian broadcasting company, was a huge fan of "Full House", which is what started the whole thing!
Despite the show’s top 25 ratings, ABC announced its cancellation in 1995, much to the disappointment of fans everywhere.
The show had gotten too expensive to produce, and apparently cost over $1 million per episode. At one point, there were talks that they would move it over to the WB, but the deal never went through.