If you've ever wanted proof that Lifetime isn't even trying anymore, look no further than the recently released cast photo of the network's upcoming Full House movie. In a display of truly impeccable timing, Lifetime recently announced that an unauthorized movie documenting the behind-the-scenes drama of the show was in production, and the first official photo is finally here in all its low-grade glory.

You can check out a photo of the cast of Full House: The Unauthorized Story over at US Weekly, and while you do, be sure to take note of the group's collective forced smiles, eyes that are equal parts pleading yet vacant, and Justin Gaston's tragic impersonation of John Stamos' feathered hair.

A press release from the network went into a small amount of detail on what the movie will actually be about. It said, "From its start as an unassuming family comedy in 1987 to its eventual wildly popular 192-episode run, the film centers on the rise of the cast of one of America's most beloved family sitcoms and the pressures they faced in balancing their television personas with their real lives."

In case you can't get enough of Full House, because you share in the flawed opinion that the television show is actually worthy of all this conversation so many years after the network executives put the rest of us out of our misery and cancelled the damn thing, then you're in luck. Not only is Lifetime producing said unauthorized movie, but Netflix will be releasing its spin-off series, Fuller House, at some point in the near future. But wait, there's more: an unauthorized musical is also in the works, set to be released later this year because for some people, too much is never enough.