What We Know About The Full House Reunion

The cast of "Full House" will reunite next month at a conference focused on the biggest shows, movies, and stars of the 1990s.

'90s Con will take place in Hartford, Connecticut, between March 11 and 13. It will bring together familiar faces from the Backstreet Boys, "All That," "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," TLC, "Boy Meets World," "Mrs. Doubtfire," "Charmed," "Family Matters," "Halloweentown," "Party of Five," and more, and it will give attendees the chance to enjoy attractions such as celebrity panels, exhibits, concerts, contests, and photo opportunities.

An event that celebrates the entertainment of this decade would not be complete with the stars of "Full House." As seen on IMDb, the television series aired nearly 200 episodes when it was on from September 1987 to May 1995, and it even earned itself a sequel series, "Fuller House," which premiered on Netflix in 2016 and wrapped up in 2020, per IMDb.

The Full House cast coming together will sort of be 'a family reunion'

So which of the cast members from "Full House" and "Fuller House" will be at '90s Con? E! News reports that Candace Cameron Bure, Dave Coulier, Andrea Barber, and Scott Weinger will be involved, who played D.J. Tanner, Joey Gladstone, Kimmy Gibbler, and Steve Hale, respectively.

"We're so close that whenever and wherever we get together, it's like a family reunion," Coulier said. "This may sound kind of sappy, but we really do love each other. We've been through everything together — births, deaths, marriages, divorces, our shows being picked up and cancelled. We're a real family on and off camera."

Of course, the stars faced a huge challenge last month, as they lost the patriarch of the show, Bob Saget, who portrayed Danny Tanner. Saget died on January 9 after he "accidentally hit the back of his head," according to a statement from his family and shared by The New York Times. The 65-year-old was found in his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando.