Your house is about to get a little more crowded!
On Friday, audiences will reunite with their favorite San Francisco family when “Fuller House” streams all 13 episodes to Netflix. The “Full House” sequel will follow the story of the Tanner family, revealing where the loving clan is now since we last saw them two decades ago during the sitcom’s 1995 series finale.
Instead of the plot focusing on Danny (Bob Saget) raising his three daughters with the help of Jesse (John Stamos) and Joey (Dave Coulier), the script has flipped. Now it’s Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Kimmy’s (Andrea Barber) turn to help DJ (Candace Cameron Bure), a recent widow, bring up her three boys.
“I think the biggest difference between ‘Full House’ and ‘Fuller House’ is that this show is going to handle today’s topics — it’s current and it’s modern,” Bure told MTV News. “We’re dealing with things today that we never dealt with 20 years ago.”
Some of the topics to be discussed in the upcoming series revolve around social media and modern technology.
“I remember the episode where [D.J.] got her red lips phone and her own phone line, and that was so huge to get her own phone line,” Bure recalled. “And now you can’t even imagine life without a cell phone, all the things that go with that and the conversations that don’t happen because of cell phones, it’s just a whole different world raising kids.”
Although “Fuller House” will tackle some new subjects throughout the storyline, the actress promised the Netflix reboot would ring true to the original series, which first premiered in 1987.
"Tonally, it will feel the same as the original ‘Full House,’ which is heartfelt and funny and family-friendly, but it's current. It's today's time,” she said revealed to the Hollywood Reporter.
Audiences can tune in to “Fuller House” on Friday, Feb. 26, at 12:01 a.m. PST or 3:01 a.m. EST. For those who don’t have a Netflix subscription, you can try out the streaming provider by partaking in a free, one-month trial or purchase a subscription, which ranges from $7.99 to $11.99 per month depending on the Netflix plan. Netflix can be streamed on any Netflix enabled device that has internet connection, which means you can watch “Fuller House” on your smart TV, tablet, mobile phone, gaming console or web browser. Have mercy!
“Fuller House” will stream to Netflix on Friday, Feb. 26, at 3:01 a.m. EST.