"General Hospital" alum John Stamos talks "Big Shot," his new Disney+ original series which just received a premiere date from the streaming service. He plays a former NCAA basketball coach on the show.
"Full House" star John Stamos embraces his soap roots, credits "General Hospital" for giving him big break -- "I'd still be flipping burgers"
ABC and PEOPLE present "The Story of Us," a two-hour primetime special airing Tuesday, May 19 at 8:00 p.m. EDT/PDT on ABC.
PBS has tapped John Stamos of "General Hospital" and "Full House" fame to once again host "A Capitol Fourth," its annual broadcast of America's Independence Day Celebration.
With returning stars <strong>Candace Cameron-Bure</strong>, <strong>Jodie Sweetin</strong> and <strong>Andrea Barber</strong> as D.J. Tanner, Stephanie Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler, respectively, Netflix announced today that all 13 episodes of "Fuller House," the spin-off of the popular ABC sitcom that dominated the late 1980s and early 1990s, will release on <strong>Friday, February 26</strong>. The streaming service also released the first teaser trailer that brings back plenty of nostalgia for longtime fans.
So you probably have already heard that Netflix green-lit a revival of the popular ABC comedy series "Full House," but you probably didn't know that said house, titled "Fuller House," will also include some familiar names from the soap opera world.
In an <a href="http://www.toofab.com/2015/08/13/justin-gaston-talks-unauthorized-full-house-exclusive-interview/" target="_blank">interview</a> with <em>TMZ</em> partner site <em>tooFab</em>, former "Days of our Lives" star <strong>Justin Gaston</strong> (ex-Ben Rogers) talks about playing both actor <strong>John Stamos</strong> and his alter-ego Jesse Katsopolis in the new Lifetime TV movie, "The Unauthorized Full House Story," airing <strong>Saturday, August 22</strong> on the cable network. Gaston also reveals that he and his wife, actress <strong>Melissa Ordway</strong> (Abby Newman, "The Young and the Restless"), who he wed in 2012, are definitely open to having kids down the road.
It's officially upfront week where the networks announce their new season lineups filled with an abundance of new programming consisting of scripted comedies and dramas, unscripted fare, sporting events and specials. Today, FOX announced its fall lineup with the addition of <strong>Ryan Murphy</strong>'s "Scream Queens," which brings together such stars as horror queen <strong>Jamie Lee Curtis</strong> and "Glee" alum <strong>Lea Michele</strong>, <strong>Rob Lowe</strong> comedy "The Grinder," <strong>John Stamos</strong> and<strong> Ben Savage</strong> vehicle "Grandfathered," the television version of the hit 2002 <strong>Tom Cruise</strong> film, "Minority Report" starring <strong>Stark Sands</strong> ("Inside Llewyn Davis") as a man haunted by the future and <strong>Meagan Good</strong> ("Think Like A Man" franchise, "Californication") as a cop haunted by her past. Also joining the network next season is "Rosewood," which will lead into an 18-episode repeat free season of "Empire" on Wednesdays.
Most of the population seems to love former “General Hospital” star John Stamos (Ex-Blackie), but perhaps not quite as much as “The Talk’s” co-host Sheryl Underwood. The actor, who's also known as Uncle Jesse from the 1980s sitcom "Full House," will be appearing on the Friday, July 25 episode of the talk show, and co-host Julie Chen surprised Underwood with the news during a recent taping of a promo shot. Check out her hilarious reaction here, and don’t forget to catch Stamos’ appearance this Friday!
Alan Thicke, one of America’s most popular TV dads, has landed his very own reality show for TVGN! And it looks like several stars — including former “General Hospital” actor John Stamos — will be dropping by to add to the zany fun!
Earlier today a fan tweeted, "@JohnStamos @carlivatiron @valentinifrank #BringBlackieBack #GH," which attracted the attention of the intended parties, but the responses themselves were the least expected of all. Stamos, who portrayed Blackie Parrish on ABC's "General Hospital" in the 1980's replied to the tweet and said, "Sociopathic! You don't remember [the] phone call in @valentinifrank office?" As confusing as the tweet appeared, it became less confusing when "GH" head writer Ron Carlivati responded to Stamos' tweet with, "Yes, I remember it well. But for some reason you seem determined to rewrite the narrative."
As previously reported by Soap Opera Network, ABC News' "20/20" will be honoring the 50th anniversary of ABC's "General Hospital" on Saturday, April 6. Dubbed "'General Hospital' - The Real Soap Dish," Katie Couric will take viewers behind the scenes of the fictional town of Port Charles, NY. The hour-long special will include interviews with such "GH" stars as Anthony Geary (Luke Spencer), Genie Francis (Laura Spencer), Jack Wagner (Frisco Jones), Rick Springfield (Noah Drake), Kelly Monaco (Sam McCall), Lisa LoCicero (Olivia Falconeri) and many more. Fans will also get to hear from Frank Valentini, who has spearheaded the soap into increased ratings since taking over as executive producer in January 2012.
On the Monday, February 18 edition of "The Jeff Probst Show," John Stamos will appear as a guest and in an exclusive clip posted by TV Guide, the actor revealed that "General Hospital" had contacted him about reprising his 1980's character Blackie Parrish, but he nixed the idea when the series asked him to play the drums while Rick Springfield's Noah Drake sang "Jessie's Girl."
As Soap Opera Network first noted last week, actor Jack Wagner has quietly returned to the set of ABC's "General Hospital" as he reprises the role of Frisco Jones on the daytime soap. According to set side sources and a recent report by TV Guide's Michael Logan, Wagner's return will coincide with "GH's" 50th Anniversary celebration. While details are scarce, sources tell Soap Opera Network that the network will kick off a week long celebration beginning with the Monday, April 1 broadcast that also happens to be the same day "General Hospital" aired its first episode 50 years prior.
On the <strong>Tuesday, September 28</strong> episode of pop phenomenon "Glee," singer and actress <strong>Britney Spears</strong> finds herself the subject of music and mayhem as the cast of the primetime drama series sings all about "Britney Britney." In the episode, look for a number of song and dance numbers spanning Spears' long career in the music industry, including numbers off of her CD's "Baby One More Time...," "Oops! I Did It Again," "Britney," "In the Zone," "Blackout" and "Circus."