It's the burning question on everyone's mind as Fuller House begins filming its first season for Netflix: Where is Michelle Tanner?
And Candace Cameron Bure is one of the few people who knows the answer.
Luckily, the Fuller House star was willing to give a few teasers during her interview with People that have us even more excited to tune in when the show airs in January 2016.
"I know what you know. I know nothing more," Cameron Bure said coyly at first.
But then she added, "The door on our end is always open." Which leads us to believe that it's Mary-Kate and Ashely Olsen who are hesitant to take the leap back into television. The two shared the role of Michelle Tanner back in the original series.
"We have shot two episodes so far. And they are so funny, and I can't wait for everyone to see them!" Cameron Bure gushed.
As for Michelle's fate, even though she won't be seen in at least the first two episodes, Fuller House will address what has become of her. "We do make mention of it. We do," Cameron Bure teased.
The actress was also sure to say that she shares what she can.
"We are so restricted and bound by Netflix as to what we can post and can't post," Cameron Bure explained. "We want to share everything, but we can't, so we do what we can."
Cameron Bure also address John Stamos' latest stint in rehab, explaining the cast just wanted what was best for him. "We all just wanted to make sure he was safe and healthy and doing what he needed to do, which he did, and he's back and he's great."
Not only will Stamos appear in Fuller House as the lovable Uncle Jesse, he's also serving as an executive producer for the show.
Check out Cameron Bure's full interview with People below.
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