“Fuller House” Season 2 Spoilers
The cast of “Fuller House” gave audiences an early holiday gift before the Season 2 premiere of the Netflix series. Netflix

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas on the set of “Fuller House”! Lori Loughlin, who portrays Aunt Becky on the hit Netflix series, recently shared a behind-the-scenes photo while filming Season 2 of the revival sitcom.

The image featured a few of the show’s cast members relaxing on the stoop of the Tanner family home. “Me and the boys,” Loughlin captioned the sweet photo of her, John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Scott Weinger and Juan Pablo Di Pace.

The six “Fuller House” stars each sported a smile and a festive shirt as they struck a pose for the camera. The red-hued ensembles and snowflake-embroidered outfits then had us theorizing that perhaps “Fuller House” fans will receive a holiday-themed episode when the Netflix series returns with its sophomore season.


Me and the boys. #fullhouse #fullerhouse

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In June, the series creator, Jeff Franklin, revealed to TVLine that Season 2 will feature a Thanksgiving installment. The episode will reunite Danny (Saget), Uncle Jesse (Stamos) and Joey (Coulier) with the girls as well as introduce audiences to a San Francisco newcomer: Joey’s wife.

Joey’s “enthusiastic, upbeat, fun-loving magician” wife and three children will be welcomed into D.J.’s (Candace Cameron Bure) home for a Turkey feast during episode 6. And since fans are sitting down for a Thanksgiving spread with the Tanner/Gibbler/Fuller bunch, could audiences also get a chance to celebrate Christmas with the family as well?

Fans will find out when the second season of “Fuller House” returns to Netflix. Although the “Full House” revival hasn’t received a premiere date, Bure dished during the 2016 Television Critics Association summer press tour that fans may reunite with the Tanner family sooner than they think.

“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.”

If “Fuller House” was to be released in December it would make total sense why the sophomore installment would feature a holiday episode. Talk about Christmas coming early!