Could there be a "Full House" prequel? While there is no official word yet, John Stamos opened up about his thoughts regarding the hit series.

"I don't think it's done," he told E! News recently. "I think there's a play that we go backward, like what happened before?"

Stamos, who starred as Jesse Katsopolis (a.k.a Uncle Jesse) on the family sitcom for eight years explained, "If you remember in the pilot of the show, my sister Pam dies, and that's why it's the three men raising the three girls, so I'd like to explore that—the brother/sister, maybe go back. We'll see."

"Full House" followed the story of Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), his brother-in-law Jesse, and his college best friend Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier), as they raised Danny’s three daughters — D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) — together after his wife Pam died.

Although the show ended in 1995, Netflix rebooted the series as "Fuller House" in 2016. "Fuller House" is currently filming its fifth and final season, but Stamos doesn't believe it will mark the end all, be all for the hit series.

"There's a lot of energy," Stamos told Entertainment Tonight of the cast connecting with fans, even decades later. "I haven't spoken about this at all. I'm not going to really, but there's a lot of energy still with that show."

Not only is there a lot of energy, but a lot of nostalgia. "There's too much," the 55-year old acknowledged. "There's too much happiness that that show has brought for a lot of people. So it's not going to go down easy."

Only time will tell if a "Full House" prequel will surface, but in the meantime, fans can watch the first four seasons of "Fuller House" on Netflix.

"Fuller House" Season 5 will be available on Netflix in the fall.