It may be June, but Netflix is already planning on what to give subscribes for Christmas. And according to actress Candace Cameron Bure, the holiday gift will have streamers screaming, “Oh Mylanta!”

During the 2016 Summer TCA Press Tour, the “Fuller House” star teased that audiences could anticipate Season 2 of the “Full House” reboot to hit Netflix in December. “You cannot confirm this,” she told E! News,” but I think we’re going to be released at the end of the year, maybe December.”

That’s not the only detail that Cameron Bure, who plays D.J. Tanner on the series, revealed about the upcoming installment. The Hallmark star, whose movie “The Julius House: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery” will premiere in October, also noted that the sophomore season will leave viewers in stitches. “I think [Season 2 is] even funnier,” she admitted, adding that the cast and crew are “having a blast” filming the funny series, which is currently in production

Fans got a peek at just how hilarious the forthcoming season will be when Cameron Bure posted a behind-the-scenes photo from the set of “Fuller House” to her Instagram account. “This is what happens when @bobsaget @dcoulier & johnstamos are back on the show,” she caption the photo of her and her co-star Jodie Sweetin, who plays D.J.’s little sister Stephanie, in tears at a script reading. “Notes session gone hysterically wrong. We revert back into children.”


Although fans can expect familiar faces like Danny Tanner (Saget), Joey (Coulier) and Uncle Jesse (Stamos) to reappear in the upcoming installment, Cameron Bure revealed that Season 2 will also introduced some new, “great characters.”

The show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, revealed to TVLine in June that those friendly, new faces will include Joey’s wife, Ginger, and his four children. “It didn’t make it into the [Season 1] script, but at one point, we had him with a wife and kids back in Vegas,” Franklin revealed, adding that the Gladstone clan will be introduced during episode 6 — the show’s Thanksgiving installment.

“Fuller House” Season 2 Spoilers Fans may be able to reunite with the cast of “Fuller House” this holiday season, which is when the Season 2 premiere was teased to be released. Photo: Netflix

Netflix has not yet confirmed a Season 2 premiere date for “Fuller House.”