Full House may be a little outdated, considering it aired in the late eighties to mid nineties. However, it's a fantastic family classic TV show, meaning it's great for people of all generations to watch.
Full House is basically about three men, Danny Tanner whose wife died in a car accident, his brother-in-law Jesse, and childhood best friend Joey, who raises three girls, Danny's daughters, named Donna Jo (D.J.), Stephanie, and Michelle. But it's so much more than that. The six-member family learn all sorts of life lessons throughout the eight seasons (yes, FH has 8 seasons).
As FH goes on, Jesse gains a beautiful wife named Rebecca (Becky) Donaldson and a set of identical twin boys named Nicky and Alex. Despite the fact Jesse has his own family, he continues to stay with the rest of the family.
I'll have to admit that the last 4 seasons of FH (5 to 8) started going downhill. It still teaches some good life lessons, but FH became more like the Michelle Show. It was Michelle this, Michelle that. Most of the episodes were Michelle-centered episodes. What's sad, though, is that she became a spoiled brat from season 5 and up. The first 4 seasons, she was such a cutie pie. :)
Also, Joey was a very annoying character, IMO. He's supposed to be a "comedian", but all he does is do unfunny voices and impressions. To make things worse, he was very immature, lazy, and unhelpful to the rest of the family.
Other than that, FH is a great TV show for kids 5 and up. My 6 1/2 year old sister, 9 year old sister, and I (14) love watching FH!!!