The Tanners are back — on set that is!
Recently, the “Fuller House” gang celebrated its return to the Netflix series by posting pictures from the first day of production.
“First table read of season 2!!” Andrea Barber, who portrays the eccentric Kimmy, captioned a photo of the premiere script. “So many fun things in store for you!!”
And it looks like one of those “fun things” will be yet another twisted triangle among D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), Steve (Scott Weinger) and Matt (John Brotherton). Weinger teased the upcoming face off when he posted a photo to his Instagram account.
“The showdown begins,” he captioned a close up of him and his TV revival starring one another down. “First Fuller House table read today! #teamsteve #teammatt.”
When Season 1 left off, D.J. had decided to give neither of her adorable suitors her final rose — or her heart.
“I’m sorry, but I just started dating again and this got really complicated,” she told the disappointed duo in the finale. “If it’s this hard for me to decide, I must not be ready for a serious relationship.”
But just because D.J.’s high school sweetheart and her steamy, veterinarian co-worker ended the freshman season on a single note doesn’t mean the two will be lonely for long come Season 2.
“I’m not sure — if Steve and Matt both have girlfriends, it might change her feelings,” Cameron Bure told E! News in April. The actress explained that if she sees her former flames starting a relationship with someone other than her, it could have her thinking, “ ‘Hmm, maybe I missed out on something, maybe I should rethink this.’ I think that’s going to be one of the big storylines,” she dished.
And according to TVLine, it looks like there’s a new romance for Matt. That outlet revealed D.J.’s ex will attempt to move on by taking up yoga and taking out his flexible instructor!
Jodie Sweetin, who plays Stephanie, also divulged some insight about Season 2 when she posted a photo of the script to her Instagram account. Her photo revealed that the Season 2 premiere title of “Fuller House” will be “Welcome Back.” And according to the Season 2 trailer of the family sitcom, the San Francisco crew will be returning to the small screen soon!
— Fuller House (@fullerhouse) March 2, 2016
“Fuller House” was renewed for a second season in March.