Netflix has announced two new showrunners for “Fuller House,” which is coming up on its fourth season. Steve Baldikoski and Bryan Behar were named executive producers and showrunners for the upcoming season.
Both Baldikoski and Behar have served as co-executive producers from the series’ launch in 2016. They have also previously served as co-executive producers on “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” “8 Simple Rules,” “Kirstie” and “Save Me,” and as consulting producers on the series “Last Man Standing,” “Jennifer Falls” and others.
As we previously reported, Jeff Frankin, the creator of the original “Full House,” and the previous showrunner on “Fuller House,” didn’t have his deal renewed with Warner Bros. Variety reported at that time, “Franklin has been accused of being verbally abusive to staffers and making inappropriate statements in the writers’ room, including making sexually charged comments about his personal relationships and sex life. Franklin has not been accused of directly sexually harassing or engaging in physical misconduct with any staffers.”
Season Four of “Fuller House” will go into production later this year. The series is produced by Miller-Boyett Productions in association with Warner Horizon Scripted Television for Netflix.