Are you counting down the days until Fuller House returns to Netflix? Have you been longing for another dose of nostalgia from your favorite TV superstars? Well, the wait is almost over! I have good news – Netflix has officially announced that Fuller House will premiere on June 2nd, 2020.
In this article, I’ll walk you through all the information we know about the new season so far. We’ll explore what characters are returning, what kind of stories we can expect to see and whether Danny Tanner’s famous catchphrases made it in! Together we’ll uncover which beloved guest stars are back and where some storylines may be headed. I’ve been studying up on all things ‘Fuller’ since Season 4 was announced so if that’s something you’re interested in then buckle up because there’s lots to cover here! By the end of this post, you’ll not only know when the show is coming out but also feel more than ready for a nice long-awaited reunion with your old friends. So let’s dive right into getting ready for Fuller House!
Fuller House Release Date and Season Schedule
Fuller House, the much-awaited sequel to the popular sitcom Full House, has finally set its release date for February 26th on Netflix. Fans of the show have been eagerly waiting for this day since it was first announced in April last year. The new series will feature most of the original cast members, including Candace Cameron Bure as DJ Tanner-Fuller and Jodie Sweetin as Stephanie Tanner.
The show will follow DJ’s life after her husband passes away and she is left to raise their three sons with the help of her sister Stephanie and best friend Kimmy Gibbler. The trailer that was released a few months ago showed glimpses of familiar sets such as Danny Tanner’s living room with an updated look.
Fuller House promises to bring back all those warm fuzzy feelings we associate with Full House along with some fresh new storylines that cater to today’s audience while still being wholesome family entertainment. It is rumored that there may be some guest appearances from other popular characters too.
Another exciting aspect about Fuller House is its season schedule – unlike traditional television shows where you have to wait for each episode every week; Netflix releases entire seasons at once allowing viewers to binge-watch at their leisure. This means fans can watch all thirteen episodes in one sitting if they choose or take it slow over a few weeks.
Overall, Fuller House seems like just what we need right now – a nostalgic trip down memory lane coupled with contemporary humor and heartwarming moments we’ve come to expect from this franchise. Mark your calendars for February 26th because you won’t want to miss out on this anticipated comeback!
Original Full House: A Brief Overview
Full House was a popular family sitcom that ran from 1987 to 1995. The show revolves around the life of Danny Tanner, who is left to raise his three daughters after his wife’s death. His brother-in-law Jesse and best friend Joey move in with him to help raise the girls.
One of the most endearing aspects of Full House was its focus on family values. The show tackled issues such as peer pressure, sibling rivalry, and parent-child relationships in a relatable way. It showed parents how they can talk openly with their children about tough topics and taught children important life lessons through humor.
The cast also played an essential role in making Full House successful. Bob Saget portrayed Danny Tanner, John Stamos played Jesse Katsopolis, Dave Coulier was Joey Gladstone, while Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie), and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (Michelle) were the three sisters. They all had great chemistry together which made their performances authentic.
Overall, Full House remains one of the most beloved sitcoms of all time due to its heartwarming storyline that focused on family values and relatable situations for both parents and kids alike.
Returning Cast Members for Fuller House
The popular sitcom, Fuller House, has been a hit since its premiere on Netflix in 2016. The show is a spin-off of the classic ‘90s sitcom, Full House, and follows the lives of the Tanner family as they navigate adulthood with some old and new faces.
Fans were thrilled when it was announced that many returning cast members from Full House would be reprising their roles in Fuller House. Among them are Bob Saget (Danny Tanner), John Stamos (Jesse Katsopolis), Lori Loughlin (Aunt Becky), Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner-Fuller) and Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner). Seeing these familiar faces again feels like catching up with old friends who we haven’t seen in years.
It’s not just the actors who returned for Fuller House that has fans excited; it’s also their characters’ storylines. Danny Tanner now co-hosts a talk show with his daughter D.J., while Jesse Katsopolis is married to Rebecca Donaldson-Katsopolis and raising twin boys. Aunt Becky and Uncle Jesse have expanded their family by adopting a little girl named Pamela. It’s interesting to see how much these characters have grown over the years.
Fuller House may be considered a nostalgia-filled trip down memory lane for fans of Full House but it also brings fresh humor, modern pop culture references, and heartwarming moments for both old fans and new viewers alike. With its clever writing, talented cast members – both old & new – catchy theme song (“Everywhere You Look”), colorful set design & costumes…it’s no wonder why people can’t get enough of this charming series!
New Faces in the Tanner Household
The Tanner household has recently welcomed some new additions, and I must say, it’s been quite an exciting time. First off, there’s the adorable little golden retriever puppy named Max. He’s a ball of energy and always eager to play fetch or snuggle up on your lap for a nap. It’s been a bit challenging adjusting to his schedule – he needs plenty of potty breaks and attention – but we all agree that it’s worth it for his cute little face.
Next up is our new roommate, Sarah. She just moved in last week and has already made herself at home with her bubbly personality and infectious laugh. It definitely takes some getting used to having another person around all the time, but so far everything seems to be going well. We’re excited about having someone new to share meals with and watch movies together on lazy Sunday afternoons.
Last but certainly not least is my sister-in-law who just had her first baby boy three weeks ago! Needless to say, everyone is over-the-moon thrilled about this new addition to the family. The house has been filled with cooing noises as we take turns holding him (and changing diapers!). It feels like such a privilege being able to witness this little human growing day by day.
All in all, these new faces have brought so much joy into our lives lately. There are moments when things can get chaotic or overwhelming (like when Max chews up yet another shoe), but overall we feel incredibly grateful for each other’s company during these times where connection feels more important than ever before.
• New golden retriever puppy named Max
• New roommate named Sarah
• Sister-in-law had her first baby boy
What to Expect from the Netflix Revival
of Gilmore Girls
The highly anticipated revival of the beloved television series, Gilmore Girls, is finally coming to Netflix this year. Fans have been waiting for years to see what has happened to their favorite characters in Stars Hollow and the wait is almost over. However, with so much time having passed since the show’s original run ended in 2007, many are wondering what they can expect from this new iteration.
Firstly, fans should be prepared for a different format than they may be used to. Instead of the standard season format with multiple episodes building towards a finale cliffhanger, the revival will consist of four extended episodes that each cover a different season: winter, spring, summer and fall. This allows for more in-depth storytelling and character development over the course of each episode.
Secondly, viewers can look forward to catching up with all their favorite characters as most of the original cast members are returning for the revival including Lauren Graham (Lorelai), Alexis Bledel (Rory), Kelly Bishop (Emily) and Scott Patterson (Luke). Additionally there will be several guest appearances from fan-favorites including Melissa McCarthy who returns as Sookie St. James after initially being uncertain if she would appear due to scheduling conflicts.
Lastly, fans should prepare themselves emotionally as creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has promised that all loose ends left hanging at end of series’ seventh season will be tied up during these new episodes. While it remains unclear whether or not we’ll see certain characters return or how some storylines will conclude; viewers can rest knowing that they’ll receive closure on where Rory’s career takes her next or whether Lorelai finally settles down romantically.
In conclusion,the Netflix revival of Gilmore Girls offers something both old fans and newcomers alike can enjoy.Though there may be changes in terms offormatting comparedto previous seasons,and one cannot guarantee everyone gets what he/she wants ,still, the prospect of seeingthe characters we know and love again on screen is enough to warrant a binge-watch session or two.