'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy, who has had the chance to work with the 'ER' star, will be the one developing the show.
It would not be only "Glee" in John Stamos' agenda. The actor who has been booked to play a recurring role in the FOX comedy, is slated to work with the series' creator Ryan Murphy for another project which puts him in the biggest spotlight.
To E! Online, Murphy dished out that he is backing the actor up for a show which details are still unknown. One thing for sure, Stamos who has appeared in a Broadway musical, would "probably" showcase his talent in singing. The same case happens to Kristin Chenoweth who has been confirmed first to have a show with Murphy as well.
Before 'The John Stamos Show' takes shape, the actor can be seen playing a dentist on "Glee". His character would take some of the McKinley High students into a dream sequence where Britney Spears exists. The episode runs September 28.
Speaking of the pop singer, Murphy said he is open wide to the idea of Spears coming back for other episodes. She had finished shooting her part last week but when asked whether another is likely Murphy said, "Probably, yeah... probably... Britney came this week and shot, and I got to hang out with Britney. She was sweet, she was great."