Did the confirmation of a Full House reunion series, Fuller House on Netflix, make you say "have mercy!"? Well, maybe you're going to have to beg for it.

On top of the new show — to star pregnant widow D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron-Bure) raising two sons with her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) — we can expect a new tell-all style movie about the original series from Lifetime, the Hollywood Reporter informs us.

Even if the Olsens keep quiet, between Bob Saget's memoir of being a bad, bad man and Jodie Sweetin's chronicle of her struggle with meth in the brilliantly titled UnSweetined, there's plenty of material to use. It's just too bad Lifetime, and not, say E!, got their hands on it. At least there's the True Hollywood Story take!

The movie has a working title of "The Unauthorized Full House Story" and will be written by Ron McGee, who previously wrote 2014's "Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story" and is really carving out a niche for himself with the unauthorized tell-alls of 90s shows. That movie, by the way, didn't do too well in the ratings, so it's sort of a mystery as to why Lifetime would try something so similar again.

Previously: Video: John Stamos Confirms 'Full House' Reunion, Spills Details