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PopWrapped | Television

New Fuller House Trailer And Season 2 Premiere Date Released

Tamara Fuentes | PopWrapped Author

Tamara Fuentes

Updated 11/10/2016 7:20pm
New Fuller House Trailer And Season 2 Premiere Date Released | Fuller House Trailer
Media Courtesy of Netflix

Get ready to celebrate he holidays with the Tanners! Fuller House is returning sooner than you think. After premiering earlier this year, Fuller House is returning for its second season on December 9th. The season will follow the Tanners through the holidays as old family members and friends return to celebrate. A new Fuller House trailer was released by Netflix, giving us a sneak peak at a few of the shenanigans we can expect to see.

In the new Fuller House trailer, we see some of the few things the Fuller and Gibbler families will get themselves, including a romance between the two.

Returning is the entire main cast, including Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber, as DJ, Stephanie, and Kimmy, respectively. Also coming back are special guests and former Full House stars John Stamos, Lori Loughlin, Dave Coulier, and Bob Saget. Juan Pablo Di Pace, Scott Weinger, and John Brotherton, who played Fernando, Steve Hale, and Matt Harmon, respectively, in the first season, have also been promoted to main cast members.

The trailer shows us that Stephanie finds a love interest with Kimmy's younger brother Jimmy, causing her to panic that she has kissed a Gibbler. We also see that DJ has finally made her decision on if she wants to be with Steve or Matt, only to find out that they both have moved on and now have girlfriends.

New Kids on the Block are also featured, with Kimmy reacting exactly as any Blockhead should and the ladies joining them up on stage for a special song and dance.

While the season will not be premiering until December, it will feature Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years episodes.

Dave Coulier will also be making his directorial debut during this season, although the episode that he will be directing hasn't been revealed yet.

The season will be thirteen episodes long, with the first episode being called "Welcome Back." A third season has not been ordered yet.

Based on the trailer, we can see that this season will be filled with lots of laughs, fun, and even a few surprises.

Fuller House is currently streaming on Netflix worldwide.

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