Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are not going to be a part of Netflix's "Fuller House," which a reboot of "Full House." Although the twins said "No way, Jose" to returning to their role as Michelle Tanner, the show is going to make sure to acknowledge what came of their character.
According to Us Weekly, the series will say that Michelle is off in New York City building her "fashion empire," which is similar to what the Olsen twins are doing in the real world. The 29-year-old twins head fashion lines Elizabeth and James and The Row.
Us Weekly reports the mention of Michelle's career won't be the only time she is brought up on the show. In one of the episodes, one character will reportedly prank call her using her catchphrase from the '90s sitcom, "You got it, dude!"
In November, Lori Loughlin, who plays Becky Katsopolis, told the Huffington Post the Olsen twins weren't going to be a part of the new show's first season and did not film a cameo. She also added that it's very likely they won't appear on the show in the future either.
John Stamos, who plays Jesse Katsopolis a.k.a. Uncle Jesse on the show, left the door open for the Olsens to return if they ever chose to do so. Stamos told Matt Lauer on NBC's "Today" in September that the twins are "welcome anytime."
"They have big lives; they haven't acted in a while. But I love them dearly and they're always welcome on the show," Stamos said.
"Fuller House" will tell the story of a widowed DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure), who will be raising three boys with help from her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy (Andrea Barber). Bob Saget and and Dave Coulier will also return to the show.
"Fuller House" is scheduled to be released on Netflix in 2016.