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Television review: “Fuller House” is trashy fun

The best part about “Fuller House” is its bold badness. The show nobody loved gets a reboot nobody wanted. In the Netflix Bakery, next to crisply-baked pastries like “Better Call Saul” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” a sad croissant like “Fuller House” seems stale from years of neglect. Most critics have found nothing worthwhile in this defibrillated product,…

The ‘Fuller House’ dilemma: Netflix positions reboot for failure

So commonplace are reboots and spin-offs that these days, complaining about their market dominance has evolved into a cliché. Nonetheless, those who warn against the revisiting of established properties make a relatively convincing case: When it comes to said revivals, the question is always whether or not it’s possible, and never whether or not doing so is actually…