The “Full House” sequel series is finally underway and cast members just can’t wait to share it with fans. “Fuller House” stars Lori Loughlin and Candace Cameron Bure shared their first table read of the upcoming Netflix series, set to premiere in January 2016.

Lori Laughlin, who played Becky Katsopolis on the popular ‘90s family sitcom, was there for the first day and posted photos of her script for her Twitter followers. She revealed that the title of the pilot episode is “Our Very First Show, Again.” Laughlin previously dished in earlier interviews that she was skeptical about returning to the series, but that the grown-ups of “Full House” would not play major roles in the 13 episode arc.

Candace Cameron Bure posted a similarly excited message on her Facebook profile. She included a picture of her character’s name, D.J. on a label. In the upcoming Netflix series, the plot will revolve around D.J. dealing with her third pregnancy and returning home with her 7 and 12-year old children. D.J. takes up residence with her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), who has a daughter, Ramona, of her own. Looks similar to “Full House,” but they’re not the only ones returning to the reunion.

John Stamos announced in April he was returning to his lovable musician character Uncle Jesse. The actresses who played the littlest Tanner, Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) will unfortunately miss out in “Fuller House,” after turning down the role. Bob Saget, who played their father, confirmed that he would participate in the new “Full House” reunion.