Let the countdown begin! It's almost time to take a trip back to San Francisco to watch more episodes of Fuller House. The spin-off of the fan-favorite '90s sitcom, Full House will return for its third season on Friday, Sept. 22. This isn't only great news for fans who are missing the Tanner sisters witty banter — it's a special day in the history of the show.
Season 3 of Fuller House will arrive on Netflix on the 30th anniversary of the date Full House began. And if that doesn't make you say "Whoa, baby!" then we don't know what else will. Check out the trailer for the upcoming season below!
That was so much storyline packed into one trailer! It leaves us wondering if Steve and C.J. will go through with their wedding... and if Stephanie and Jimmy’s relationship will last. Between the love triangles, the family drama, and the classic comedy fans will be sure to love the next season.
Most of the original cast returned for the spin-off and is sticking around for this season. Candace Cameron Bure plays D.J. Tanner-Fuller, a widowed mother and Jodie Sweetin plays Stephanie Tanner, her younger sister who leaves her life in London to help D.J. raise her kids. Andrea Barber plays Kimmy Gibbler, D.J.'s best friend who also moves in to help out D.J. and her kids.
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The show follows a similar format and storyline to the original which focused around Bob Saget as Danny Tuner who was a widower raising three little girls on his own until John Stamos' character, Jesse, and Dave Coulier's character, Joy Gladstone, move in to help him raise his daughters.
We hope there's a happy ending for D.J. this season. And, hey, maybe if we're really lucky the Olsen twins will even make an appearance!
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