Fuller House is getting yet another soap opera connection: General Hospital star Kimberly McCullough (ex-Robin Scorpio) will be directing an episode of the Netflix sitcom.
The popular comedy series is based on the 1980s family sitcom Full House and counts GH's John Stamos (ex-Blackie Parrish) as one of its stars. Its other notable soap connection is One Life to Live's John Brotherton (ex-Jared Banks), who plays the role of Dr. Matt Harmon.
"...btw, I'm directing an episode of Fuller House this season. #stoked," wrote McCullough on Twitter.
The actress is no stranger to directing, already having quite a few titles under her belt. Her previous directing credits include Pretty Little Liars and Netflix's other comedy classic reboot One Day at a Time.
No word yet if McCullough's Fuller House episode will feature Stamos, who only recurs as his iconic character Uncle Jesse on the reboot of the series. As fans may recall, she hasn't been entirely thrilled with the GH alum, whose idea for a television series based around 1980s soap opera drama sounds much like her own 1980s soap opera drama Heyday.
Season four of Fuller House is currently in production, but an official release date for the season has yet to be announced.
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