Jeff Franklin, Fuller House showrunner, dropped following behavior complaints

Jeff Franklin with the cast of Fuller House. Image from Instagram/@fullerhouseguy

Franklin, who created both ABC's Full House and Netflix's Fuller House sequel series, was dismissed after a number of production members came forward and complained that the executive producer had been making sexual remarks about his own personal affairs in the writers' room.

In a separate statement, a Netflix spokesperson said, "Fuller'House will return for a fourth season, as planned".

Warner Bros. TV said in a statement that Franklin "will no longer be working on Fuller House". He would also reportedly bring women he dated to the set and offer them small roles on the show.

The show's producers, Warner Bros. Last month, Netflix announced that it had renewed the sitcom for a fourth outing.

Rupert Murdoch's Sky deal gatecrashed by Comcast £22.1bn bid
The UK government may also be looking for a way to defuse the political risks from the Fox bid, they added. The offer from 21st Century Fox was £18.5bn, and Comcast has seen and raised that to a whopping £22.1bn.

Representatives for Fuller did not immediately respond to EW's request for comment.

Franklin wasn't accused of direct sexual harassment or physically violating anyone, sources told the publication. It is not yet known whether Warner Bros. conducted an investigation into the allegations at the time.

Franklin, 63, took to Instagram on Wednesday night to say goodbye to the cast and the show's fans.

Everywhere you look it seems like more and more big Hollywood bigwigs are being accused of inappropriate behavior, and now Fuller House showrunner Jeff Franklin is one of them. Despite this original complaint that called him "a walking lawsuit waiting to happen", the showrunner remained on the series. More recently, it's understood that the studio did initiate a probe after receiving numerous complaints about Franklin's behavior. Stanton Larry Stein, a lawyer speaking on behalf of Jeff Franklin, has declined to comment on the report. It means that the studio not only cuts Franklin off from "Fuller House" but also for the future project.

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