"Have mercy!"—we hope you're sitting down, because it is being reported that a revival of 'Full House' with most of the original cast members is in the works.

To be very clear, we're not just talking about a spinoff here. Being that much of the original cast is already on board, you can prepare your inner 90s child for the 'Full House' that you grew to know and love.

Of course that's IF they can make it happen.

The outlook looks bright because John Stamos (Uncle Jesse) is said to have ownership stake in the show and is reportedly spearheading the entire project. According to E! Online, the show original executive producer and creator are "actively involved" and ready to pen the new version.

So lets get to the question that everyone is asking: "Who's in, and who's out?"

In addition to Stamos, cast members on board include: Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner), Jodie Sweeten (Stephanie Tanner); and everyone's favorite family bestie, Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler). Also ready to roll are Bob Saget (Danny Tanner), and Dave Coulier (Uncle Joey).

But what about Michelle?

There is no word on the Olson twins (Mary-Kate and Ashley), who took turns playing the youngest daughter on the show. In addition to the twins, Lori Laughlin isn't on the list to return—which should really come as no surprise based on strong opinions she recently expressed on reunions and revivals.

sometimes I think that it's better off to leave those TV shows as they were and not do reunion shows.

The hit sitcom originally aired from 1987 to 1995 and one of the main reasons the 'Full House' revival is in the works is due to the high ratings the show still continues to pull through repeats on Nick at Nite.

FYI: 'Boy Meets World'—a fellow TGIF classic—recently got a 'Boy Meets Girl' spinoff and is reportedly doing well.

Would you tune in if a reboot of 'Full House' returned to television with new episodes?