Fuller house

Netflix has announced that the cast of “Full House” will be coming back to continue their exploits in a new series. The series will be christened “Fuller House” and will feature Candace Cameron Bure as D.J Tanner-Fuller, Jodie Sweetin as Stephanie Tanner and Andrea Barber as Kimmy Gibbler, and all 13 episodes are scheduled to be aired on Netflix on February 26.

Netflix has released the full “Fuller House” Trailer and as compared to earlier promos, it features a fair dose of the Tanner family waywardness. The continuation of Full House a.k.A Fuller House will have D.J Tanner-Fuller minus her husband whose demise has not been elaborated.

It is emotional to see DJ growing up and struggling to raise her three kids. Her plight so moves sister Stephanie (Sweetin) and close friend Kimmy(Barber) that they decide to go in with her.

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The sad part is Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashely Olsen, who played the youngest daughter Michelle in Full House will not be seen in the continuation. Rest of the cast will keep popping in as guest appearances from time to time.

Looking at the trailer, it is evident that fans will be seeing a continuation of Full House in its latest iteration, Fuller House. There is a lot of material taken from its roots and the sets also look pretty much the same.

The only difference will be DJ, Stephanie, and Kimmy returning to the place where they grew up to raise their children.

Also reappearing to the delight of fans would be a lot of catch phrases which was so stark in Full House. It is even more evident with Kimmy who its seems is stuck in a time warp of the 90’s belting out the 90’s catch phrases with gay abandon.