This week, 'Fuller House' fans were shocked when show creator Jeff Franklin was fired due to "inappropriate behavior."
Franklin took to Instagram and said this about the firing:
"I’m heartbroken to be leaving Fuller House. Creating and running Full House and Fuller House has been the greatest joy. I wish the cast, my second family for over 30 years, continued success. I’m so proud of all we accomplished together, and beyond grateful to our loyal fans. Adios Tanneritos!"
As you know, Franklin was fired after accusations of inappropriate behavior began circulating. People stated that Franklin was abusive and made sexually charged comments in the writers room. Nothing has been reported to police at this time.
Season 4 of 'Fuller House' will go on as planned, with production beginning in a few weeks.
My Two Cents
I find his firing to be completely unfair. If nothing has been reported to the authorities, why fire the man? Ever heard of "innocent until proven guilty?" At this point, he hasn't done anything criminally wrong.
I hope Franklin fights this. He doesn't deserve this treatment.
Besides, with Candace Cameron Bure on the show, I'm pretty sure if Franklin was doing anything wrong, Bure wouldn't have anything to do with the show. She has impeccable judgment about people, and if she stands behind him, we should trust that.
Jeff Franklin, I stand behind you. You don't deserve to be fired. I do want to thank you for Full House and Fuller House. I enjoyed watching Full House every Friday night on TGIF in the 90s, and I love Fuller House.