Jodie Sweetin is trading her dancing shoes for a script.

After getting eliminated from Season 22 of “Dancing With the Stars,” Keo Motsepe’s partner dished that as sad as she was to leave the ballroom, she’s excited to return to the set of “Fuller House.” Production for Season 2 of the Netflix sitcom began Tuesday, and Sweetin, who portrays Stephanie Tanner on the “Full House” reboot, is giving viewers a first peek at the Season 2 set!


Well... You all know where I am!! #fullerhouse #season2

A photo posted by Jodie Sweetin (@jodiesweetin) on

“Well… You all know where I am!!” Sweetin posted a selfie of herself sitting on the Tanner family’s iconic plaid couch. But the actress wasn’t the only cast member excited to reunite with the comfy prop. Scott Weigner, who plays the insatiable character Steve, also posted a pictured of himself on the cozy sofa.

“Back on the couch…” the actor captioned the photo of himself relaxing and reading a “Fuller House” script.


Back on the couch... #fullerhouse

A photo posted by Scott Weinger (@scottweinger) on

The cast recently shared photos of the Season 2 premiere script, which is titled “Welcome Back,” from their first table read of the season.

“First table read of season 2!!” Andrea Barber, who portrays Kimmy, said, adding that the new installment will have “so many fun things in store” for audiences. One exciting aspect of the sophomore series is that fans will watch Steve and Matt (John Brotherton) go head-to-head once again for D.J.’s (Candace Cameron Bure) love — or, at least, that’s what Weinger’s “face-off” Instagram photo teased.

“The showdown begins,” he captioned the image. “First 'Fuller House' table read today!”

But Cameron Bure dished to E! News that Matt and Steve may fall head-over-heels for someone other than the single mother of three.

“I’m not sure — if Steve and Matt both have girlfriends, it might change her feelings,” to actress said, teasing that her character may unveil her jealous side in Season 2. “You know how once something’s unavailable that you think is, and you're like, ‘Hmm, maybe I missed out on something; maybe I should rethink this.’ I think that's going to be one of the big storylines.”

No “Fuller House” Season 2 premiere date has been announced.