TV series “FullerHouse,” which was aired from 1987 to 1995 is making a comeback in 2016. The first promo of the TV series has been released by Netflix lately. There is lot of music and dancing in it.
The Netflix’s TV series had ended years back but it never suggested that the story of Tanner family had also come to an end. Assimilating the interest of the fans in the TV series, Warner Bros had also released books then. The series of books comprised of end number of stories on Michelle and Stephanie Tanner.
Finally, fans can rejoice because the TV series, “Fuller House” is back, reports ScreenRant. It has been learnt that the “Fuller House” would have its old cast members in the series. Whether they play the roles of regular characters or anything else, they are back for sure.
The role of two eldest sisters D.J and Stephanie would be played by Candace Cameron-Bure, 39 and Jodie Sweetin, 33. The role of D.J’s bestie, Kimmy Gibbler would be played by Andrea Barber, 39. Those who have already seen the teaser of “Fuller House” would have been disappointed because the three characters were not made part of the beautiful teaser. The teaser though evoked sweet memories.
But the promo of “Fuller House” has three of them and they are real fun this time too. The three actresses are wallowing in the joy of making preparations backstage as the series is about to release. Fans have got hint of what was about to come in the promo when Bure had posted a video on Instagram last month.
In the official promo of “Fuller House,” Barber, Bure and Sweetin look endearing while shaking leg on the tunes of “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).” They have not changed an ounce.
“Fuller House,” which is all ready to go on air would have all the characters you have loved. Kimmy Gibbler would be seen as donning the cap of single mother of a teenager kid. D.J Tanner-Fuller has by now become a veterinary surgeon. Her husband has died leaving the responsibility of three kids on her.
Viewers would also find dazzling Stephanie Tanner in the series. She desires to embrace fame by becoming a musician and just admires her uncle Jesse. The cast also includes John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Lori Loughlin, Bob Saget and Scott Weinger.
“Fuller House” would be premiered on 26th February 2016 on Netflix.
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