Michelle is all grown up and may have felt the house was too full for her liking so she moved out and may not return anytime soon. That's because the first season of "Fuller House" already wrapped up while the Olsen twins were teetering on reprising their shared role as Michelle Tanner.
Mary Kate and Ashley did not return to the house, not even for a quick cameo appearance.
Lori Loughlin, who plays aunt Becky Katsopolis, revealed in an interview published on Nov. 25 that the twins didn't show up the entire first season and we probably won't get to see Michelle anytime soon.
"No, I don't think they're going to make a cameo. They didn't this season," Loughlin said.
John Stamos, who reprised his role as uncle Jesse Katsopolis, said that the Olsen twins will probably not accept offers to return to the show. "I called them up and asked them to do it, [but] they're in a different phase in their life. They haven't acted in a long time," Stamos explained.
There's no need to worry, though, aside from the Olsen twins, only their dog Comet is not returning to the show and it's only because he is probably playing in dog heaven since he passed away in 1998. Besides the three, everyone else pretty much made a comeback.
"We were all in the first one, and then sprinkled out through the rest of the season," Loughlin revealed, adding that "Fuller House" will mostly feature DJ and Stephanie Tanner and Kimmy Gibler with many cameos by the rest of the original cast.
"Tonally, the show is very much the same, but it's updated," Candace Cameron Bure who plays DJ said. "If you were that teenage girl who wished that DJ was your sister, or wished that she was your best friend, you'll be really happy with how she is as a mom."
"Fuller House" is set to stream on Netflix in 2016.