The first official promotional video for Netflix's "Fuller House" is finally here. The internet has been buzzing over details surrounding the spinoff since it was first announced in April 2015. Now, the popular streaming series has released a first look at the series and trust us, you're going to want to check it out!
As was reported by TV Line, the series will pick up more than two decades after it's predecessor "Full House" ended. Many, but not all, of fan's favorite characters will return. The trailer kicks off with an outside shot of the Tanner's original home in San Francisco, California. Viewers then hear the familiar voices of DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron-Bure), Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) and his wife, Rebecca (Lori Loughlin). Though none of the characters are shown, the voiceover provides a little insight into what the series will be about. DJ, who is now a single mother to multiple children, is moving back to her childhood home with the help of family and close friends.
Bure, 39, recently revealed more details about the show's premise. On Dec. 4, during an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actress shared that her old love interest Steve (Scott Weinger) will make "a few appearances" in "Fuller House." She added that they may "talk about old love," teasing that her widowed character may be ready to consider getting back in the dating game.
While the trailer does not feature any of the characters, with the exception of the family's pet, Netflix has been open about who will and will not be appearing in the show. On Nov. 25, it was reported that a majority of the original cast will be returning to the series reboot. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, however, have decided not to participate. Stamos, 52, has reached out to the twins requesting that they consider making an appearance. During a September appearance on "Today" he said both Olsen's are "always welcome" to return.
Check out the "Fuller House" trailer below. The series premieres Friday, Feb. 26, 2016 on Netflix.