Bob Saget, who played Danny Tanner on "Full House" from 1987 to 1995, is returning in the new NetFlix show "Fuller House." Saget will reunite with former cast mates John Stamos (Jesse Katsopolis),  Lori Loughlin (Rebecca), Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner-Fuller), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner), Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler) and Dave Coulier (Joey). Read on to learn more about it.

Saget confirmed his participation on "Fuller House" through his Twitter account.




Saget tweeted the message above after Stamos disclosed he was officially on board for the reunion show.




Loughlin also confirmed to People that she will be part of "Fuller House." She said that she had a blast doing "Full House" and considered it as one of the best jobs she's ever had.

"I think with Jeff Franklin at the helm -- he's the creator of "Full House" -- it's hard to go wrong because nobody's more protective of that show than he is. That's his baby," Loughlin told People.

"Fuller House" will revolve around D.J. Tanner-Fuller, a mother of two kids. She is also expecting another child. Unfortunately, D.J. is a widow and she needs all the help she can get to take care of her children. Thankfully, her sister Stephanie and best friend Kimmy will come to her aid.

Sweetin and Barber also took to Twitter to share the exciting news about "Fuller House." Sweetin even tweeted a photo of her and Barber near a golf cart with the name of their new Netflix show on it. As for Barber, she tweeted a photo of the "Full House" cast on May 23 to commemorate the show's final episode, which aired on the same day in 1995. She posted a message with the photo saying that she can't wait for the journey to continue with "Fuller House." Barber also included some information about the new Netflix show on her Twitter profile. It says that "Fuller House" will premiere in 2016. Plus, "Full House" creator Jeff Franklin posted a photo of him, Jodie and Andrea while they are brainstorming for story ideas for their new show.

Unfortunately, Olsen twins Mary-Kate and Ashley, who played the character Michelle Tanner in "Full House," will not reprise their role. Executive producer Robert L. Boyett confirmed the disappointing news about the Olsens to the Hollywood Reporter. However, Boyett also said that even if the twins won't be in "Fuller House," they will still be considered as family.

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