‘Dancing With the Stars’ Career Bump: 11 Contestants Who Got Big Career Bump (Photos)

From Kim Kardashian to Alfonso Ribeiro, TheWrap takes a look at the celebrities who have gone on to bigger and better things after “Dancing With the Stars”

Julianne Hough/Derek Hough

“Dancing With the Stars’” most successful alums weren’t even stars before they were on the show. Brother-sister duo Derek and Julianne Hough entered the show as professional dancers, but have since branched out into their own acting careers. Julianne also took on the role of judge on the show beginning with Season 19.

Mark Cuban

After his stint on Season 5 of “Dancing With the Stars,” Cuban went from regular billionaire to famous billionaire when he became one of the investors on ABC’s hit “Shark Tank.”

 

Kim Kardashian

When Kim Kardashian was on Season 7 of “Dancing With the Stars,” “Keeping up With the Kardashians” was just a year old, but it went on to become one of the most successful franchises in reality TV history.

Lisa Rinna

Daytime soap vet Lisa Rinna competed in the second season of “DWTS,” finishing in fourth place. Since then, she’s gone on to a fruitful reality TV career, including her role as one of the regulars on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

Candace Cameron Bure

“Full House” star took home the bronze in Season 18, then wrote a book about the experience, called “Dancing Through Life.” She also serves as a host on the ABC daytime talk show “The View” and will star in the Netflix sequel series “Fuller House.”

 

Kellie Pickler

“American Idol” vet Kellie Pickler put her reality TV experience to use on Season 16, this time walking away a winner. In 2015, Pickler and her husband Kyle Jacobs scored a CMT reality series called “I Love Kellie Pickler.”

From Kim Kardashian to Alfonso Ribeiro, TheWrap takes a look at the celebrities who have gone on to bigger and better things after “Dancing With the Stars”

Julianne Hough/Derek Hough

“Dancing With the Stars'” most successful alums weren’t even stars before they were on the show. Brother-sister duo Derek and Julianne Hough entered the show as professional dancers, but have since branched out into their own acting careers. Julianne also took on the role of judge on the show beginning with Season 19.

Mark Cuban

After his stint on Season 5 of “Dancing With the Stars,” Cuban went from regular billionaire to famous billionaire when he became one of the investors on ABC’s hit “Shark Tank.”

 

Kim Kardashian

When Kim Kardashian was on Season 7 of “Dancing With the Stars,” “Keeping up With the Kardashians” was just a year old, but it went on to become one of the most successful franchises in reality TV history.

Lisa Rinna

Daytime soap vet Lisa Rinna competed in the second season of “DWTS,” finishing in fourth place. Since then, she’s gone on to a fruitful reality TV career, including her role as one of the regulars on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

Candace Cameron Bure

“Full House” star took home the bronze in Season 18, then wrote a book about the experience, called “Dancing Through Life.” She also serves as a host on the ABC daytime talk show “The View” and will star in the Netflix sequel series “Fuller House.”

 

Kellie Pickler

“American Idol” vet Kellie Pickler put her reality TV experience to use on Season 16, this time walking away a winner. In 2015, Pickler and her husband Kyle Jacobs scored a CMT reality series called “I Love Kellie Pickler.”

‘Fuller House’ Creator Jeff Franklin ‘Heartbroken’ After Being Fired Over Complaints of Inappropriate Behavior

“Fuller House” creator Jeff Franklin is “heartbroken” after he was fired from the show following complaints about his behavior.

“I’m heartbroken to be leaving ‘Fuller House,’” Franklin wrote on Instagram on Wednesday, along with a photo of cast members Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber. “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!”

On Wednesday, Warner Bros. Television said in a statement that it would not be “renewing Jeff Franklin’s production deal and he will no longer be working on ‘Fuller House.’”

Also Read: ‘Fuller House’ Creator Jeff Franklin Fired After Complaints About His Behavior

According to Variety, which first reported the news, Warner Bros. received an anonymous letter two years ago detailing verbally abusive behavior and inappropriate sexual comments from Franklin in the show’s writers’ room.

Franklin will no longer be associated with the Netflix comedy, a spinoff of “Full House,” but a spokesperson for the streaming service confirmed on Wednesday that the show “will return for a fourth season, as planned. We hope to go into production in the next few months.”

See Franklin’s post below.

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“Fuller House” creator Jeff Franklin is “heartbroken” after he was fired from the show following complaints about his behavior.

“I’m heartbroken to be leaving ‘Fuller House,'” Franklin wrote on Instagram on Wednesday, along with a photo of cast members Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber. “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!”

On Wednesday, Warner Bros. Television said in a statement that it would not be “renewing Jeff Franklin’s production deal and he will no longer be working on ‘Fuller House.'”

According to Variety, which first reported the news, Warner Bros. received an anonymous letter two years ago detailing verbally abusive behavior and inappropriate sexual comments from Franklin in the show’s writers’ room.

Franklin will no longer be associated with the Netflix comedy, a spinoff of “Full House,” but a spokesperson for the streaming service confirmed on Wednesday that the show “will return for a fourth season, as planned. We hope to go into production in the next few months.”

See Franklin’s post below.

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‘Fuller House’ Announces Premiere Date For Second Half Of Season 3

Fans of Fuller House will be happy to hear that they won’t have to wait much longer for the second half of season 3. Actress Candace Cameron Bure took to Twitter to announce that the Netflix family comedy will be returning December 22 just in time for holiday binge-watching.
Bure reveals that there will be nine more episodes and addresses some of the cliffhangers from the first half of the season — but she keeps her cards close to her chest. The biggest question left for…

Fans of Fuller House will be happy to hear that they won’t have to wait much longer for the second half of season 3. Actress Candace Cameron Bure took to Twitter to announce that the Netflix family comedy will be returning December 22 just in time for holiday binge-watching. Bure reveals that there will be nine more episodes and addresses some of the cliffhangers from the first half of the season — but she keeps her cards close to her chest. The biggest question left for…

Jodie Sweetin Has Never Seen an Entire Episode of ‘Full House’

Jodie Sweetin has been known as Stephanie Tanner from “Full House” pretty much her whole life — but the actress herself says she’s never seen an entire episode of the iconic show.

“I have to be honest. I don’t know that I’ve ever watched an entire episode of ‘Full House.’ Not sat down for an entire episode,” she said at the PaleyFest Fall TV Preview in Beverly Hills, California, on Thursday night, according to Entertainment Weekly.

“Now, I don’t have a TV,” she explained. “I have like Netflix and HBO GO, but I don’t have regular TV, so it’s never on in my house. My kids watch it, like at their dad’s house, or on the iPads. But I don’t know that I’ve ever watched it. I watch clips.”

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“Full House,” which ran from 1987 to 1995, is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its premiere on Sept. 22, which also marks the date the third season of the reboot, “Fuller House,” hits Netflix.

“Fuller House” sees the return of Candace Cameron Bure, John Stamos, Andrea Barber, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier now that Bure’s character DJ is a widow and is taking care of her three kids in the house she grew up in. The show also stars Elias Harger, Michael Campion, Soni Nicole Bringas and Juan Pablo Di Pace.

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The sitcom was created by Jeff Franklin.

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Jodie Sweetin has been known as Stephanie Tanner from “Full House” pretty much her whole life — but the actress herself says she’s never seen an entire episode of the iconic show.

“I have to be honest. I don’t know that I’ve ever watched an entire episode of ‘Full House.’ Not sat down for an entire episode,” she said at the PaleyFest Fall TV Preview in Beverly Hills, California, on Thursday night, according to Entertainment Weekly.

“Now, I don’t have a TV,” she explained. “I have like Netflix and HBO GO, but I don’t have regular TV, so it’s never on in my house. My kids watch it, like at their dad’s house, or on the iPads. But I don’t know that I’ve ever watched it. I watch clips.”

“Full House,” which ran from 1987 to 1995, is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its premiere on Sept. 22, which also marks the date the third season of the reboot, “Fuller House,” hits Netflix.

“Fuller House” sees the return of Candace Cameron Bure, John Stamos, Andrea Barber, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier now that Bure’s character DJ is a widow and is taking care of her three kids in the house she grew up in. The show also stars Elias Harger, Michael Campion, Soni Nicole Bringas and Juan Pablo Di Pace.

The sitcom was created by Jeff Franklin.

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Marsh McCall: ‘Fuller House’ Cast & Crew Remember Beloved Comedy Writer

As the TV community is coming to grips with the loss of veteran comedy writer-producer Marsh McCall, who died suddenly this morning at 52, he is being mourned by his current TV family, the cast and crew of the Netflix comedy series Fuller House, where he was working as co-executive producer up until his death.
The series creator/executive producer Jeff Franklin issued a statement on behalf of the entire Fuller House team.
Our Fuller House family is heartbroken over the…

As the TV community is coming to grips with the loss of veteran comedy writer-producer Marsh McCall, who died suddenly this morning at 52, he is being mourned by his current TV family, the cast and crew of the Netflix comedy series Fuller House, where he was working as co-executive producer up until his death. The series creator/executive producer Jeff Franklin issued a statement on behalf of the entire Fuller House team. Our Fuller House family is heartbroken over the…

‘Fuller House’ Gets Season 3 Renewal

Netflix is staying in the Tanner-Fuller family business, and has renewed spinoff series Fuller House for a third season. Or, if you prefer, Netflix is not telling its hit sitcom to cut-it-out. The news was announced earlier this afternoon on the show’s official social media.

Holiday wishes, answered. 🎁 Fuller House Season 3, coming 2017. pic.twitter.com/pJkRASTpBj
— Fuller House (@fullerhouse) December 25, 2016

Starring Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea…

Netflix is staying in the Tanner-Fuller family business, and has renewed spinoff series Fuller House for a third season. Or, if you prefer, Netflix is not telling its hit sitcom to cut-it-out. The news was announced earlier this afternoon on the show’s official social media. Holiday wishes, answered. 🎁 Fuller House Season 3, coming 2017. pic.twitter.com/pJkRASTpBj — Fuller House (@fullerhouse) December 25, 2016 Starring Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea…

‘Growing Pains’: 19 Actors With Early Roles on the Show (Photos)

“Growing Pains” actors – oh, we’ve got ‘em.

Leonardo DiCaprio

Uh, perhaps you’ve heard of this guy.

Ashley Johnson

One of the core cast members, she’s gone on to success on “Blindspot” and other proejcts.

Matthew Perry

Yep, though his character was unlucky. See the video here.

Robin Thicke

Oh, yeah: Long before “Blurred Lines,” there was this.

Brad Pitt

You can catch a glimpse of the future Mr. Jolie right here.

Candace Cameron-Bure

Kirk Cameron‘s sister was a guest star.

Michael Cudlitz

You know him from “Walking Dead,” but he appeared on a couple episodes of “Growing Pains” when he was starting out.

Heather Graham

Yep, Rollergirl from “Boogie Nights” made an early episodic appearance on “Growing Pains.”

Hilary Swank

Two time Oscar winner; maybe it all started here.

Hank Azaria

“Great name” is how he later described his character: Steve Stevenson.

Dennis Haysbert

Yep, before Allstate, he knew the Seaver family.

Courtney Thorne-Smith

“According to Jim” and “Two and a Half Men” star who got a start on “Growing Pains.”

Kristy Swanson

You know her from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” but she did an ’87 episode of “Growing Pains.”

Jennie Garth

Before “Beverly Hills 90210” there was this.

Brian Austin Green

Another “90210” star who got his start on “Growing Pains.”

Joely Fisher

In building her career, the future “Ellen” made a stop at the “Growing Pains” set.

Olivia D’Abo

Greater fame awaited her on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” but she did “Growing Pains” as a young actor.

Kelly Hu

Yes, she kissed Kirk Cameron on the show – and you can read about it here.

Danny Nucci

This character actor known for his work on “NCIS” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” was yet another young actor who got a start on “Growing Pains.”

“Growing Pains” actors – oh, we’ve got ‘em.

Leonardo DiCaprio

Uh, perhaps you’ve heard of this guy.

Ashley Johnson

One of the core cast members, she’s gone on to success on “Blindspot” and other proejcts.

Matthew Perry

Yep, though his character was unlucky. See the video here.

Robin Thicke

Oh, yeah: Long before “Blurred Lines,” there was this.

Brad Pitt

You can catch a glimpse of the future Mr. Jolie right here.

Candace Cameron-Bure

Kirk Cameron‘s sister was a guest star.

Michael Cudlitz

You know him from “Walking Dead,” but he appeared on a couple episodes of “Growing Pains” when he was starting out.

Heather Graham

Yep, Rollergirl from “Boogie Nights” made an early episodic appearance on “Growing Pains.”

Hilary Swank

Two time Oscar winner; maybe it all started here.

Hank Azaria

“Great name” is how he later described his character: Steve Stevenson.

Dennis Haysbert

Yep, before Allstate, he knew the Seaver family.

Courtney Thorne-Smith

“According to Jim” and “Two and a Half Men” star who got a start on “Growing Pains.”

Kristy Swanson

You know her from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” but she did an ’87 episode of “Growing Pains.”

Jennie Garth

Before “Beverly Hills 90210” there was this.

Brian Austin Green

Another “90210” star who got his start on “Growing Pains.”

Joely Fisher

In building her career, the future “Ellen” made a stop at the “Growing Pains” set.

Olivia D’Abo

Greater fame awaited her on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” but she did “Growing Pains” as a young actor.

Kelly Hu

Yes, she kissed Kirk Cameron on the show – and you can read about it here.

Danny Nucci

This character actor known for his work on “NCIS” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” was yet another young actor who got a start on “Growing Pains.”

Alan Thicke: Hollywood Remembers Actor-Producer-Composer & “Great Friend”

Friends, fans and colleagues tonight are remembering Alan Thicke, the always-smiling TV veteran who died today at 69. The Canada-born actor, writer, producer and composer first gained attention stateside with his syndicated talk show Thicke of the Night, produced by Fred Silverman, and went on to play Dr. Jason Seaver, the dad on ABC’s long-running sitcom Growing Pains. Before that he had worked on game shows and written TV theme songs including those for 1970s comedies Th…

Friends, fans and colleagues tonight are remembering Alan Thicke, the always-smiling TV veteran who died today at 69. The Canada-born actor, writer, producer and composer first gained attention stateside with his syndicated talk show Thicke of the Night, produced by Fred Silverman, and went on to play Dr. Jason Seaver, the dad on ABC’s long-running sitcom Growing Pains. Before that he had worked on game shows and written TV theme songs including those for 1970s comedies Th…

Hollywood Reacts to Sudden Death of ‘Growing Pains’ Dad Alan Thicke: ‘An Icon’

The sudden death of former “Growing Pains” star Alan Thicke brought an outpouring of tributes from Hollywood late Tuesday.

Thicke, 69, died of a heart attack after playing hockey with his son, Carter.

“RIP to my brother Alan Thicke,” Russell Simmons wrote on Twitter. “The world has lost an icon.”

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“Such a good husband, father, brother, and friend. He will be deeply missed,” “Fuller House” co-star Bob Saget wrote.

Actress Gloria Loring, who was married to Thicke from 1970 to 1984 and is mother to Robin and Brennan Thicke said: “Thank you for your kindness concerning Alan Thicke’s passing. It is a shock. We were all just together for Thanksgiving. He was talented, funny and deeply devoted to his family. Rest In Peace, dear one.”

“We are deeply saddened to hear of Alan’s passing,” Brad Schwartz, President of Pop TV, said in a statement to TheWrap. “He was a part of our Pop family and was a tremendous talent. He was also for all who knew him, an amazing father and a true gentleman. We had the privilege to work with America’s Favorite Dad and his loss is one that is deeply felt.”

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Twitter was quickly filled with other messages from celebrities.

 

I’m sad beyond words that Alan Thicke has passed away. I’ve known you since I was 8 years old… https://t.co/GLXSTK1nd7

– Candace Cameron Bure (@candacecbure) December 14, 2016

I loved #AlanThicke He was a great Canadian and friend. Funny and kind. My condolences to his family. #RIPAlanThicke

– Caroline Rhea (@CarolineRhea) December 14, 2016

America loved Alan Thicke. I’m so sad he’s gone. Sending so much love to his family.

Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) December 14, 2016

RIP to my brother Alan Thicke. The world has lost an icon. ???????? pic.twitter.com/zIK0hzjihK

Russell Simmons (@UncleRUSH) December 14, 2016

Alan Thicke was always the nicest and happiest person in the room. Gone way too soon. Rest In Peace.

Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) December 14, 2016

So so sad to hear about the passing of #AlanThicke. Such a nice guy. My thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones. Rest in love. ❤️

Olivia Munn (@oliviamunn) December 14, 2016

To my @WifeSwap partner…I’ll miss you. RIP Alan Thicke

Gilbert Gottfried (@RealGilbert) December 14, 2016

Had the pleasure of meeting Alan Thicke and his amazing wife Tanya a few years back.. my thoughts and prayers are with his family. RIP ???”

Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) December 14, 2016

So sad is the passing of Alan Thicke. Such a good husband, father, brother, and friend. He will be deeply missed. Rest in peace dear Alan.

– bob saget (@bobsaget) December 14, 2016

Condolences to my dude @robinthicke & the entire Thicke family for their loss. #RIP to the late great #AlanThicke

Orlando Jones (@TheOrlandoJones) December 14, 2016

Just played golf with Alan Thicke a few months ago in Vegas (w/ @andre_reed83 ) A true icon, and… https://t.co/Ir3sn4Ipyq

— IG: @ItsMikeHill (@ItsMikeHill) December 14, 2016

Very sad about the passing of Alan Thicke. I was fortunate enough to spend time with him & golf with him. #kindman #generousman #RIP

Rob Riggle (@RobRiggle) December 14, 2016

 

.@Alan_Thicke was always so gracious & kind to me. A very very cool guy. Rest In Peace my friend. God bless this great Canadian!

Joel McHale (@joelmchale) December 14, 2016

RIP Alan Thicke… You will be missed… The Eric Andre Show – David Alan Thicke Performance (S04E09) https://t.co/l22JIoS8E3

— Eric Andre (@ericandre) December 14, 2016

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The sudden death of former “Growing Pains” star Alan Thicke brought an outpouring of tributes from Hollywood late Tuesday.

Thicke, 69, died of a heart attack after playing hockey with his son, Carter.

“RIP to my brother Alan Thicke,” Russell Simmons wrote on Twitter. “The world has lost an icon.”

“Such a good husband, father, brother, and friend. He will be deeply missed,” “Fuller House” co-star Bob Saget wrote.

Actress Gloria Loring, who was married to Thicke from 1970 to 1984 and is mother to Robin and Brennan Thicke said: “Thank you for your kindness concerning Alan Thicke’s passing. It is a shock. We were all just together for Thanksgiving. He was talented, funny and deeply devoted to his family. Rest In Peace, dear one.”

“We are deeply saddened to hear of Alan’s passing,” Brad Schwartz, President of Pop TV, said in a statement to TheWrap. “He was a part of our Pop family and was a tremendous talent. He was also for all who knew him, an amazing father and a true gentleman. We had the privilege to work with America’s Favorite Dad and his loss is one that is deeply felt.”

Twitter was quickly filled with other messages from celebrities.

 

 

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Candace Cameron Bure Reveals She’s Leaving ‘The View’ (Video)

Candace Cameron Bure is leaving “The View,” the co-host revealed on Thursday. She had just returned from hiatus for this morning’s episode.

The ABC chat show’s moderator Whoopi Goldberg threw the floor to Cameron Bure right at the beginning of “Hot Topics.”

“I’m very happy to be back, but … it’s a little bittersweet for me today, because I’m announcing that I will be leaving ‘The View,’” she said. “It wasn’t an easy decision, but before I started ‘The View,’ I had already had my commitments to ‘Fuller House’ and my work with the Hallmark Channel.”

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“Because of the success of those, my commitments have become even greater with those shows,” Cameron Bure continued. “The commute of going West Coast to East Coast every single week for me has been tough on me and hard for my family, as well.”

“I want to make sure I am able to spend as much time with my children and invest in all the projects that I do to the fullest extent,” she said. “I thank everybody. Whoopi, Joy (Behar), I particularly want to thank you for welcoming me to this table.”

The “Full House” alum went on to thank everyone else by name. They returned the sentiment, and then moved on to “Hot Topics.” Fellow panelist Raven-Symoné also recently announced that she’s departing the late-morning talker for a spinoff of her own nostalgic show.

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Candace Cameron Bure is leaving “The View,” the co-host revealed on Thursday. She had just returned from hiatus for this morning’s episode.

The ABC chat show’s moderator Whoopi Goldberg threw the floor to Cameron Bure right at the beginning of “Hot Topics.”

“I’m very happy to be back, but … it’s a little bittersweet for me today, because I’m announcing that I will be leaving ‘The View,'” she said. “It wasn’t an easy decision, but before I started ‘The View,’ I had already had my commitments to ‘Fuller House’ and my work with the Hallmark Channel.”

“Because of the success of those, my commitments have become even greater with those shows,” Cameron Bure continued. “The commute of going West Coast to East Coast every single week for me has been tough on me and hard for my family, as well.”

“I want to make sure I am able to spend as much time with my children and invest in all the projects that I do to the fullest extent,” she said. “I thank everybody. Whoopi, Joy (Behar), I particularly want to thank you for welcoming me to this table.”

The “Full House” alum went on to thank everyone else by name. They returned the sentiment, and then moved on to “Hot Topics.” Fellow panelist Raven-Symoné also recently announced that she’s departing the late-morning talker for a spinoff of her own nostalgic show.

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‘Dancing With the Stars’ Career Bump: 11 Contestants Who Got Big Career Bump (Photos)

From Kim Kardashian to Alfonso Ribeiro, TheWrap takes a look at the celebrities who have gone on to bigger and better things after “Dancing With the Stars”

Julianne Hough/Derek Hough

“Dancing With the Stars’” most successful alums weren’t even stars before they were on the show. Brother-sister duo Derek and Julianne Hough entered the show as professional dancers, but have since branched out into their own acting careers. Julianne also took on the role of judge on the show beginning with Season 19.

Mark Cuban

After his stint on Season 5 of “Dancing With the Stars,” Cuban went from regular billionaire to famous billionaire when he became one of the investors on ABC’s hit “Shark Tank.”

 

Kim Kardashian

When Kim Kardashian was on Season 7 of “Dancing With the Stars,” “Keeping up With the Kardashians” was just a year old, but it went on to become one of the most successful franchises in reality TV history.

Lisa Rinna

Daytime soap vet Lisa Rinna competed in the second season of “DWTS,” finishing in fourth place. Since then, she’s gone on to a fruitful reality TV career, including her role as one of the regulars on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

Candace Cameron Bure

“Full House” star took home the bronze in Season 18, then wrote a book about the experience, called “Dancing Through Life.” She also serves as a host on the ABC daytime talk show “The View” and will star in the Netflix sequel series “Fuller House.”

 

Kellie Pickler

“American Idol” vet Kellie Pickler put her reality TV experience to use on Season 16, this time walking away a winner. In 2015, Pickler and her husband Kyle Jacobs scored a CMT reality series called “I Love Kellie Pickler.”

From Kim Kardashian to Alfonso Ribeiro, TheWrap takes a look at the celebrities who have gone on to bigger and better things after “Dancing With the Stars”

Julianne Hough/Derek Hough

“Dancing With the Stars'” most successful alums weren’t even stars before they were on the show. Brother-sister duo Derek and Julianne Hough entered the show as professional dancers, but have since branched out into their own acting careers. Julianne also took on the role of judge on the show beginning with Season 19.

Mark Cuban

After his stint on Season 5 of “Dancing With the Stars,” Cuban went from regular billionaire to famous billionaire when he became one of the investors on ABC’s hit “Shark Tank.”

 

Kim Kardashian

When Kim Kardashian was on Season 7 of “Dancing With the Stars,” “Keeping up With the Kardashians” was just a year old, but it went on to become one of the most successful franchises in reality TV history.

Lisa Rinna

Daytime soap vet Lisa Rinna competed in the second season of “DWTS,” finishing in fourth place. Since then, she’s gone on to a fruitful reality TV career, including her role as one of the regulars on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

Candace Cameron Bure

“Full House” star took home the bronze in Season 18, then wrote a book about the experience, called “Dancing Through Life.” She also serves as a host on the ABC daytime talk show “The View” and will star in the Netflix sequel series “Fuller House.”

 

Kellie Pickler

“American Idol” vet Kellie Pickler put her reality TV experience to use on Season 16, this time walking away a winner. In 2015, Pickler and her husband Kyle Jacobs scored a CMT reality series called “I Love Kellie Pickler.”

‘Fuller House’ Season 2 Trailer Promises Tanner Family Holiday Hijinks (Video)

The first “Fuller House” Season 2 trailer was released on Tuesday, and features a whole lot of crazy family fun that only that Tanners, Fullers, and Gibblers can provide.

Fans of the “Full House” holiday specials will be pleased to see this season will celebrate Christmas and New Years.

In the spinoff series, the recently widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure) finds herself living in her childhood home with younger sister and aspiring musician Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and DJ’s lifelong best friend/fellow single mother Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), along with D.J. and Kimmy’s kids.

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“Fuller House” also stars Juan Pablo Di Pace as Fernando, Soni Nicole Bringas as Romona, Michael Campion as Jackson, Elias Harger as Max, Dashiell, the Fox Messitt Twins as Baby Tommy, Scott Weinger as Steve Hale, John Brotherton as Matt Harmon, and Ashley Liao as Lola.

Bob Saget, John Stamos, and Dave Coulier also guest star on the series, reprising their roles from the original “Full House.”

Bob Boyett and Jeff Franklin serve as executive producers. Fuller House is produced by Miller-Boyett Productions and Jeff Franklin Productions in association with Warner Horizon Television for Netflix.

“Fuller House” Season 2 will premiere on Dec. 9 on Netflix.

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The first “Fuller House” Season 2 trailer was released on Tuesday, and features a whole lot of crazy family fun that only that Tanners, Fullers, and Gibblers can provide.

Fans of the “Full House” holiday specials will be pleased to see this season will celebrate Christmas and New Years.

In the spinoff series, the recently widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure) finds herself living in her childhood home with younger sister and aspiring musician Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and DJ’s lifelong best friend/fellow single mother Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), along with D.J. and Kimmy’s kids.

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Bob Saget, John Stamos, and Dave Coulier also guest star on the series, reprising their roles from the original “Full House.”

Bob Boyett and Jeff Franklin serve as executive producers. Fuller House is produced by Miller-Boyett Productions and Jeff Franklin Productions in association with Warner Horizon Television for Netflix.

“Fuller House” Season 2 will premiere on Dec. 9 on Netflix.

Watch the video above.

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Here’s the Real Story Behind Raven-Symone’s Exit on ‘The View’

Raven-Symone’s exit from “The View” was probably one of the worst-kept secrets in daytime TV.

ABC officially announced Thursday that the former “That’s So Raven” star will leave the talk show sometime later this year to return to the Disney Channel for a “Raven” reboot.

But Raven’s departure had been rumored for months, as “The View” continues to struggle with musical chairs at the hosting table. Raven, much like former cohost Rosie Perez, has attracted widespread scorn for some of her offhand comments. In Raven’s case, that included remarking that she wouldn’t hire someone with a “ghetto name,” which led to an online petition for her removal.

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For now, producers have no plans to replace Raven-Symone, according to a person familiar with the situation. That’s because earlier this year, the show tapped Sara Raines of “Good Morning America” and former CNN regular Sunny Hostin as fill-ins. They will join an existing panel of Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris. Jedidiah Bila, the program’s resident libertarian, was recently converted from guest host to co-host as well.

That doesn’t mean the drama is over at “The View,” of course. Goldberg earlier this year signed on for only one additional season, through next summer, and has made on-and-off noises about leaving. Behar, the only original panelist remaining, was summoned out of retirement last year to help bring some stability to the show.

A new direction might now be needed. “The View” was flat in total viewers, with an average of 2.7 million tuning for last season. But the program slipped 8 percent in its core demographic of women aged 18 to 49.

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Raven-Symone’s exit from “The View” was probably one of the worst-kept secrets in daytime TV.

ABC officially announced Thursday that the former “That’s So Raven” star will leave the talk show sometime later this year to return to the Disney Channel for a “Raven” reboot.

But Raven’s departure had been rumored for months, as “The View” continues to struggle with musical chairs at the hosting table. Raven, much like former cohost Rosie Perez, has attracted widespread scorn for some of her offhand comments. In Raven’s case, that included remarking that she wouldn’t hire someone with a “ghetto name,” which led to an online petition for her removal.

For now, producers have no plans to replace Raven-Symone, according to a person familiar with the situation. That’s because earlier this year, the show tapped Sara Raines of “Good Morning America” and former CNN regular Sunny Hostin as fill-ins. They will join an existing panel of Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris. Jedidiah Bila, the program’s resident libertarian, was recently converted from guest host to co-host as well.

That doesn’t mean the drama is over at “The View,” of course. Goldberg earlier this year signed on for only one additional season, through next summer, and has made on-and-off noises about leaving. Behar, the only original panelist remaining, was summoned out of retirement last year to help bring some stability to the show.

A new direction might now be needed. “The View” was flat in total viewers, with an average of 2.7 million tuning for last season. But the program slipped 8 percent in its core demographic of women aged 18 to 49.

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