'Fuller House' showrunner Jeff Franklin out amid claims of inappropriate behavior

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TV released in a statement.

Seasons 1-3 of Fuller House are now streaming on Netflix.

The showrunner was accused of being "verbalizing abusive to staffers" as well as making suggestive comments about his own sex life while in the writers room of the Netflix comedy.

"Fuller House" has been touted as one of Netflix's most popular shows, and the program was quickly renewed for a fourth season despite the departure of Franklin.

As Variety reports, multiple sources have alleged inappropriate behaviour from Franklin. Despite losing its creator and showrunner, Netflix assures fans that the fourth season of "Fuller House" won't be affected. "We are not renewing Jeff Franklin's production deal and he will no longer be workin on "Fuller House'", says a representative for Warner Bros".

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The success of Fuller House has also been credited with the current wave of sitcom reboots dotting the schedule.

In addition, Warner Bros. He has not been accused of sexual harassment or physical misconduct.

Jeff Franklin, the TV veteran who created Full House, and its more recent revival Fuller House, has been fired from the new show in the wake of claims about inappropriate behavior. TV executives received an anonymous letter two years ago with allegations of abuse by Franklin, and that the complaints kept coming. Netflix said it will continue as planned, with production beginning in a few weeks. Stanton Larry Stein, a lawyer speaking on behalf of Jeff Franklin, has declined to comment on the report.

It's possible the series could change following Franklin's departure, but the show has been on for three years, so there's not much risk of the show changing drastically.

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