Watch: ‘Fuller House’ Teaser Offers Glimpse at Whole Tanner Family

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Nearly a week after releasing the first photos from “Fuller House,” Netflix finally shared a trailer that features the highly anticipated sitcom reboot’s cast.

Like the first “Fuller House” teaser — which featured establishing shots and a roll-through of the iconic Tanner home– the new trailer is brief. Set in the Tanner living room, the teaser clip offers a 15-second glimpse of a (once again) bustling household filled with “Full House” original cast members Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Lori Loughlin, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, as well as the next generation of Tanner household regulars.

The new Netflix series, which is a continuation of ABC’s hit ’80s-’90s sitcom “Full House,” will follow a recently-widowed D.J. Tanner (Cameron Bure) as she moves back to her childhood home to care for her three children. Echoing the household structure of “Full House,” D.J. will raise her children with the help of sister Stephanie (Sweetin) and longtime best friend Kimmy Gibler (Barber).

As evidenced by the latest trailer, Saget, Stamos, Coulier and Loughlin will all make appearances in the series.  Scott Weinger (Steve Hale), another “Full House” original, is also slated to guest star.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, however, who shared the role of Michelle Tanner, will be absent from the series. The show will reportedly account for Michelle’s absence by placing her character in New York City, where she’s said to be building a fashion empire.

Watch “Fuller House’s” new teaser trailer below:

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  1. Bill Wenham says:

    They have their own company. And between having retired from acting and dealing with being sick, I don’t blame them. Besides, they were so young when they were on the show that they wouldn’t have the same memories of it the rest of the cast has. Would you return to your first job twenty some year later?

  2. Dennis G. says:

    I feel so old.

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