Gang’s (almost) all here! Netflix released the first images from the set of its Full House reboot, Fuller House, on Thursday, January 7 — and by the looks of it, fans of the much-loved ‘90s family sitcom are in for a treat.
In several images, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber look gorgeous reprising their roles as D.J. Tanner, Stephanie Tanner and family friend and neighbor Kimmy Gibbler — all of them grown up.
Original stars Bob Saget, David Coulier, John Stamos and Lori Loughlin also make appearances in the first look photos.
Notably absent are Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, who will not take part in reprising their shared role as Michelle Tanner, the baby of the brood.
But a few new curious additions may have fans guessing as to what exactly has happened since the series ended back in 1995, including a baby (whose is it?!), several young unidentified children (new neighbors?), and Kimmy and Stephanie all dolled up (are they single? Married? On Tinder?).
According to a release, in Fuller House, D.J. is recently widowed and living in San Francisco with Stephanie — now an aspiring musician — and single mother Kimmy.
The rest of the Tanner clan — Danny (Saget), Joey (Coulier), Jesse (Stamos) and Rebecca (Loughlin) — will also make guest appearances throughout the series.
In December, Us Weekly exclusively learned that the writers have come up with a clever way to explain Michelle’s (Olsen twins) absence.
According to an insider, the Fuller House characters will mention that Michelle is now living in New York City and working on creating her fashion empire — sound familiar?
Check out the first images from the Fuller House reboot above. The much-anticipated follow-up to Full House will debut on Netflix on February 26.
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