Netflix’s Fuller House just released the trailer for its second season, which is set to launch December 9. And since last season was packed with nostalgia and hidden references to the original show, the anticipation for this next season is at “Have mercy” levels.
Here’s what we know.
Based on the official announcement from the show’s Twitter account, Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber will be back as D.J., Stephanie, and Kimmy, as will D.J. and Kimmy’s kids.
Cameron-Bure also revealed that the rest of the original cast from Full House will be making a few cameos in season two.
People From DJ’s Past Will Make an Appearance
Two characters from DJ’s younger years are slated to return in season two: Nelson Burkhard (DJ’s wealthy ex-boyfriend) and Kathy Santoni (a snooty frenemy from DJ’s high school).
DJ will encounter these blasts from her past at a high school reunion, where Nelson will still be obnoxious and as full of himself as always and a now-pregnant Kathy will continue to hit DJ with a whole bunch of snide comments.
The characters were originally played by Jason Marsden and Anne Marie McEvoy, but since Marsden wasn’t interested in being on the reboot, Hal Sparks has been cast in his role.
Netflix is also recasting Kathy Santoni, but it’s not known who will take over the part.
The Olsen Twins Probably Won’t Reprise Their Role as Michelle
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen declined to appear in the first season, and it doesn’t seem like they’ll change their minds anytime soon.
While John Stamos said the two are still “totally welcome” to join, Jodie Sweetin wasn’t as hopeful about their return.
Weve tried everything, she told ET. I think weve kinda given up.
You Can Expect Plenty of Cameos
Cameron-Bure also revealed that there will be a lot more cameos this season.
“Just because season one did so incredibly well, there are a lot of people that are really excited to be a part of this show,” she explained.
Alan Thicke, who actually co-starred with the actress’s brother Kirk Cameron in Growing Pains, has already been confirmed as a guest-star.
New Kids on the Block Are Guest Starring
It looks like Barber and Cameron-Bure finally got their wish. After the two campaigned for the ’90s boy band to make a cameo, the show confirmed the good news on Twitter with a cute picture of the leading ladies rocking NKOTB gear.
D.J.’s Former Flame Returns
The season finale may have left D.J. torn between Steve (Scott Weinger) and Matt (John Brotherton), but she might have another man vying for her attention next season.
David Lipper, who played D.J.’s boyfriend Viper on Full House in the ’90s, told Yahoo TV that production contacted him about returning.
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