Watch the hair and prepare for all the nostalgia because John Stamos is bringing his personal ’80s soap opera exploits to the small screen.
The forthcoming TV show, which Stamos will executive produce, tells the story of how an 18-year-old from Orange County with killer hair got his big break—and the debaucherous fun and excess that followed.
As you may remember (how could you not?), Stamos burst onto the scene as Blackie Parrish on the beloved daytime soap General Hospital from 1982 to 1984, long before he starred on Full (and Fuller) House.
According to the writer of the yet-to-be-named series, Adam Stein, the show is best described as “Boogie Nights in the soap world.”
There’s no word yet on whether Stamos will act in the upcoming project.
Either way—Uncle Jesse with an edge? Have mercy!