You know that iconic house from the sitcom ‘Full House?’ Well, the show’s creator Jeff Franklin has purchased the home at 1709 Broderick St in San Francisco and has begun restoring it to look like it did during the sitcom’s heyday.
His first order of business was to return the iconic red door, which had been pained sea-foam green by a previous owner. Next, he wants to shoot some new ‘bumpers’ – those shots that begin and end segments showing the outside of the house. ”
Franklin tells Hollywood Reporter, “no one has allowed us to shoot in that house since we did our very first stock shoot back in April of ’87. Our audience has watched the same cars drive by that house now for 29 years. It’s going to be really nice to see some new cars drive by the house.”
Franklin has huge plans for the house moving forward, read more here.