The Unauthorized Full House Story spoils the secrets on Lifetime!

The Unauthorized Full House Story Lifetime

The Shocking Truth of what happened to Comet!!!

[adrotate banner=”7″]The most legally defensible word in the English languages is “Unauthorized”, and Lifetime is on a mission to turn that into a film franchise of 90s nostalgia mixed with the drama we never knew we needed to know, no matter how ridiculous and made up it may be. On that note, the next entry is The Unauthorized Full House Story, and that premieres this weekend in what will surely be a bunch of people making jokes on Twitter, a few of which will actually be watching the film!

Prepare to return to the world of Danny Tanny, Jesse Kastopolis, and Joey the Guy in the Basement along with all the kids and random neighbor children only months before the actual Full House sequel series premieres, where DJ Tanner continues the Tanner Spouse Death Curse. Will we learn shocking truths about how Bob Saget and John Stamos are mortal enemies? Will we learn what happened to the secret Olson Triplet? I expect a full expose about which cast member stole Dave Coulier’s career after the show ended! And if Full House ain’t your thing, Lifetime has upcoming Unauthorized Melrose Place and Unauthorized 90210 films on the way, with probably many more. I’m still waiting for their Unauthorized Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Power Rangers shows.

Lifetime’s Unauthorized film franchise continues this summer with the original movie “The Unauthorized Full House Story.” From its start as an unassuming family comedy in 1987 to its eventual wildly popular 192-episode run, the film centers on the rise of the cast of one of America’s most beloved family sitcoms and the pressures they faced in balancing their television personas with their real lives.

The iconic roles include:

DANNY TANNER: Garrett Brawith (“Rolling”) as Bob Saget

JOEY GLADSTONE: Justin Mader (“Death Race”) as Dave Coulier

JESSE KATSOPOLIS: Justin Gaston (“Days of Our Lives”) as John Stamos

REBECCA DONALDSON: Stephanie Bennett (“Big Eyes”) as Lori Loughlin

D.J. TANNER: Shelby Armstrong and Brittney Wilson (“Rogue”) as the younger and older versions of Candace Cameron

STEPHANIE TANNER: Dakota Guppy (“The Returned”) and Jordyn Olson (“The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story”) as the younger and older versions of Jodie Sweetin

MICHELLE TANNER: Blaise and Kinslea Todd as the toddler versions of twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen; Calla and Tyla Jones playing them at age six and Kylie and Jordan Armstrong as the twins at nine years of age

KIMMY GIBBLER: Aislyn Watson (“Finding Mrs. Claus”) and Jaime Schneider (“Twisted Tales of My 9 to 5”) as the younger and older versions of Andrea Barber

“The Unauthorized Full House Story” is produced by Front Street Pictures and Bay Road Productions Ltd. for broadcast on Lifetime. The movie is executive produced by Harvey Kahn (“Flowers in the Attic”) and Stephen Bulka (“The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story”). The film is directed by Brian K. Roberts (“An En Vogue Christmas”), and the teleplay is written by Ron McGee (“Rizzoli & Isles”).

The Unauthorized Full House Story premieres Saturday, August 22nd on Lifetime!

via Lifetime!

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The Unauthorized Full House Story Lifetime

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Have An En Vogue Christmas on Lifetime!

An En Vogue Christmas Lifetime

You’re never gonna get it, never gonna get it! Only lumps of coal for you!

[adrotate banner=”7″]Free your minds and enjoy the fact that Lifetime is giving us An En Vogue Christmas! Finally, something to wash out the taste of that deformed cat Christmas movie they’re also doing.

En Vogue was originally the quartet of Dawn Robinson, Cindy Herron, Maxine Jones, and Terry Ellis, formed in 1989 by producing duo Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy. They went on to have a string of hits in the early 90s, including My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It), Giving Him Something He Can Feel, Free Your Mind, and Whatta Man (with Salt-N-Pepa). Dawn Robinson abruptly left during a contract dispute in 1997, and the group became a trio for the next few years. Maxine Jones then left to focus on her family in 2001. Herron and Ellis were joined by Rhona Bennett in 2002 (and briefly Amanda Cole), as well as Dawn Robinson rejoining the group for a few years before departing again and the ensuing legal drama, where it was determined original members Cindy Herron and Terry Ellis have the rights to the En Vogue name. The current lineup of Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron, and Rhona Bennett is the focus of An En Vogue Christmas

So with that, we look at this plot synopsis with a grain or 2 million of salt:

Over the years, the funky divas of En Vogue have gone their separate ways, until they are asked to perform a benefit concert to save the club that made them stars. They put aside their hesitations to reunite for the special night but first, must overcome their challenging history with Marty (David Alan Grier, In Living Color), their former manager and the man responsible for breaking them up. In the spirit of the holidays, the ladies find forgiveness and come together for an epic En Vogue Christmas concert to keep the club from closing its doors forever. Stars Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron, Rhona Bennett as themselves and features some of their biggest hits and two new original songs. Genelle Williams also stars.

An En Vogue Christmas stars En Vogue members Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron, and Rhona Bennett. It also stars Genelle Williams, Christopher Russell, Ashanti Bromfield, and David Alan Grier as the band’s manager, Marty. It’s directed by Brian K. Roberts (Shelby: The Dog Who Saved Christmas and a bajillion tv shows) and written by Dayna Lynne North (Lincoln Heights and the Soul Food tv series)

An En Vogue Christmas premieres on Saturday, November 22, on Lifetime!

via A&E News