These 'Full House' Stars Totally Weren't Into Lifetime's 'Unauthorized Full House Story'

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No one's more excited about the Fuller House Netflix series than the original Full House cast (and their fans, of course). Since news of the reboot broke back in April, Full House alums like Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin have openly sung their praises of the new project.

Unfortunately, there happens to be some show-related nostalgia that they're not particularly interested in, otherwise known as The Unauthorized Full House Story, which aired for the first time Saturday, Aug. 22 on Lifetime. It didn't take much effort to connect the dots between the movie and a tweet from Candace that summed up her thoughts in a few short words. Yikes. Candace's followers seemed to agree with her take on the biopic. However, she wasn't the only Full House vet to take issue with the film.

Andrea Barber, who played D.J.'s infamously quirky bestie Kimmy Gibbler, responded with some classic Twitter shade of her own: Meanwhile, John Stamos kept his opinions to himself, simply tweeting a message of good luck to Justin Gaston, the actor who put his spin on the lovable, mullet-sporting Uncle Jesse in the film. Given the flack the network received after their prior attempts at retelling the life stories of celebrities like Brittany Murphy, Aaliyah and Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, we can't say we're totally shocked by these reactions.



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