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Fuller House: Season Two

The beloved American sitcom, Full House, aired its final episode on May 23rd, 1995. Heartbroken fans around the country thought this would be the last time they would ever hear the corny jokes of Joey Gladstone, played by Dave Coulier or hear the cute catchphrases of Michelle Tanner played by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Little did they know, that twenty-one years later, this San Francisco based show would be airing its sequel on Netflix.

With Fuller House’s first episode being released on February 24th, 2016 the series immediately received loads of support from both old and new fans everywhere. The show follows a widowed DJ Tanner as she tries to balance life as a single parent with three crazy boys, while receiving help from her sister Stephanie Tanner and fan favorite, Kimmy Gibler who also has a daughter of her own.

Together, the family experiences the funny moments of life while trying to juggle their everyday obstacles. Not to mention giving sentimental advice to the audience, just like the one and only Danny Tanner, played by Bob Saget, had done in the original series. The show stars other old characters including Aunt Becky and DJ’s ex-boyfriend, Steve. It also introduces new characters including DJ’s children (Jackson, Max, and Tommy), and Kimmy’s daughter, Ramona, played by Soni Nicole Bringas.

On December 9th, 2016, the spin-off series was released for the second season on Netflix. The season’s trailer has already been viewed nearly 2 million times in less than a week. In this upcoming season viewers can expect to see some of DJ’s high school acquaintances including the wealthy Nelson Burkhard and the snooty Kathy Santoni. According to TV Line, people will also get to meet Joey’s new wife, Ginger, and according to Candace Cameron-Bure, the new kids on the show will be getting more screen time. By now, some people may have already finished this season, so now all they have to do is wait for number three. Until then, people can catch up on the first season if they have not already or maybe even have a Full House marathon and watch the original eight seasons that will be sure to please.

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