If you’re hoping that “Fuller House” gets another season loaded with iconic catch phrases, nostalgic moments and wholesome family fun, you’re not alone. The cast of the “Full House” Netflix reboot is also crossing their fingers that the series gets renewed for a sophomore installment.

“It was so much fun doing the first 13 [episodes] that I don’t feel finished,” Andrea Barber, who plays Kimmy Gibler, told People magazine. “I definitely want to do more.”

Dave Coulier, who appears as Uncle Joey in three episodes of the series, shared a similar sentiment, revealing that he too wants to see “Fuller House” continue its storyline. “If I was the guy in charge, I’d say yeah, I think there’s a gigantic ‘Full House’ fan base that will just devour these [episodes],” the comedian dished. “Only time will tell and the audience is the one who really is the barometer of this. It’s pretty much hope and wait.”

But while Coulier is sitting, waiting and wishing, John Stamos, who portrays Uncle Jesse and acts as the show’s executive producer, is getting proactive. According to the reports, the Elvis-loving actor is already prepping for a second season of “Fuller House.” Stamos unveiled that if the show gets renewed for a Season 2, he plans on focusing the plotline of “Fuller House” on DJ’s (Candace Cameron Bure) and Kimmy’s kids; Jackson (Michael Campion), Max (Elias Harger) and Ramon (Soni Bringas).

Fuller House The "Fuller House" cast weighs in on their feelings about the Netflix reboot possibly getting renewed for a second season. Photo: Netflix

"Next season, if we get one, I want to develop the kids more on the show. Have them carry a little more story, a little more emotional stuff,” he teased to People magazine.

In addition to evolving the character plots of the kids, creator Jeff Franklin revealed during the Television Critics Association press tour that he’s also hoping to add a new storyline — Michelle’s (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen).

The twins opted out of reprising their beloved role of Danny Tanner’s (Bob Saget) youngest daughter for the “Full House” reboot. But Franklin explained he’s hoping the actresses-turned-fashion moguls will change their minds — after all, he just “needs one of them!”

“We’re hopeful at some point in the future, they may change their minds and reprise Michelle,” he said.

Although the Olsen twins didn’t return to the show that began their stardom, the girls were frequently referenced throughout Season 1 of “Fuller House.” In fact, there were so many playful digs at the girls that one of the many Olsen-inspired jokes had to be cut from the show.

Do you want to see “Fuller House” get renewed for a Season 2? Sound off in the comments section below. “Fuller House” Season 1 can currently be streamed on Netflix.