Fuller House season 4 has officially hired its co-showrunners, and they’ve decided to promote from within to make it happen. Steve Baldikoski and Bryan Behar have officially been brought on board to replace Jeff Franklin on the Netflix comedy; he was fired recently after his history of reported abusive comments towards show staffers.
Behar and Baldikoski are two veteran TV writers and producers; when you think about their resumes along, it’s pretty easy to understand why they were promoted from their previous position of co-executive producers. These two worked on The New Adventures of Old Christine, Kirstie, 8 Simple Rules, Last Man Standing, and many other shows within this genre. We imagine that the writing team was all consulted in regards to making this gig happen and the right people have been found for the job. They already have a comfort level with the team and the only thing that is going to be different now is that these two will be leading the writers room rather than just taking part in it.
As for when Fuller House season 4 is going to start filming, we hope in the near future! This is a show that Netflix does have a great deal invested in from top to bottom. It is one of their most-watched programs and, to go along with that further, it appeals to a certain demographic of viewer that they may not have that much of an opportunity to appeal to otherwise. This is a show that could still last for many more years, provided that the quality stays around the same level that it is at the moment.
Once there is a little bit more news when it comes to the return of Fuller House or some of the castings, we’ll be sure to share some of those updates here.
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