The First 'Fuller House' Trailer Is Finally Here, and It Will Give You Serious '90s Nostalgia

Have mercy: the gang is back!

The First 'Fuller House' Trailer Is Finally Here, and It Will Give You Serious '90s Nostalgia
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You wanted a Fuller House trailer? Well, “you got it, dude!”

After 20 years (can you believe it's been so long?), we'll get to see our favorite characters from the beloved '90s show, Full House, return to the small screen. The gang is back, and we couldn't be more excited.

On Thursday morning, Netflix released the first trailer for Fuller House, and it will leave you feeling nostalgic. The wonderful video revisits the Tanners' iconic San Francisco home, lingering beautifully on the most memorable spots: The kitchen and living room. We also hear the familiar voices of D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), Danny (Bob Saget), Uncle Jesse (John Stamos), Uncle Joey (Dave Coulier), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and Kimmy (Andrea Barber). Everyone appears to be helping D.J. move back into her childhood home, and a cute golden retriever is also shown. Could it be the beloved Comet or even a descendent of the dog? We certainly hope so! The teaser is set to Miranda Lambert's wonderful song, “The House That Built Me,” and the sentiments expressed in the lyrics fit perfectly with everything Fuller House represents.

The First 'Fuller House' Trailer Is Finally Here, and It Will Give You Serious '90s Nostalgia
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As previously reported, the spin-off will pick up with D.J. Tanner-Fuller as a recent widower who returns to her childhood home. Her younger sister, Stephanie, and lifelong best friend, Kimmy Gibbler, all move in to help take care of D.J.'s two feisty boys!

The Netflix series will premiere on February 26th, and it will have a total of 13 episodes. The only thing missing from the exciting first trailer is the original theme song, “Everywhere You Look.” Of course, the glaring absence of Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen from the new series is still difficult to grapple with! Come on, ladies, can you at least make a cameo at some point?

Check out the first trailer below, and get ready to lose your mind!

I'm the TV Editor at Zimbio. My interests include books, pop culture, and Colin Firth.
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