Behold the return of the Tanners.
Netflix released its first full trailer for the upcoming "Full House" revival, named "Fuller House" (DJ married a man whose last name would serve as a helpful pun once he was inevitably killed by the Tanner family curse), on Monday, to the delight of nostalgia fans everywhere.
The new series centers around a recently widowed DJ (Candace Cameron-Bure) struggling to raise her three boys on her own. Luckily her family is willing to help out in a pinch. In this case, that means younger sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and childhood best friend Kimmie (Andrea Barber) moving in and helping out.
The trailer is exactly what one might expect for a sequel series to "Full House." There are many elaborate dance numbers, references to being "trapped in the '90s", and a near pathological need to mention every catchphrase the show ever launched.
There are also unexpected delights, like Sweetin towering over Cameron-Bure, because apparently people keep growing even if they’re not on your television, or the show’s fixation with making reference to Michelle, as though Mary-Kate and
"Fuller House" debuts Feb. 26 on Netflix.
Check out the candy-colored confection of a trailer below and long for the simpler time that was the early '90s.
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