While the Olsen Twins still haven't confirmed their return in the Netflix revival series Fuller House, one very important cast member is now guaranteed to make an appearance. The original Tanner family home is being rebuilt on the Warner Bros. studio lot. Over the weekend, sitcom star Candace Cameron Bure, who reprises her role as D.J. Tanner, showed off the exterior of the set on her Instagram.
Fan anticipation for Fuller House is at an all time high, and it should prove to be a very fun show. While the premise has changed every so slightly, the tone of the revived sitcom will be very similar to the original, with most of the cast coming back in some capacity. Candace Cameron Bure will lead the half-hour sitcom as a recently widowed mother who moves her kids in with her sister, Stephanie and best friend Kimmy, with these roles being reprised by Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber.
Also making a comeback on the show will be John Stamos as Uncle Jesse, Dave Coulier as Cousin Joey, Bob Saget as Danny Tanner and Lori Loughlin as Aunt Becky. And if this latest teaser from the set is any indication, they will all be partying in the original Tanner household. Let's just hope things don't get out of hand. We all know how crazy a Flinstone-themed Tanner birthday party can get, and any given get-together for this reunited clan is sure to go hilariously off the rails.
While it hasn't been confirmed, it is believed that D.J. moves back into her old house along with her two sons. And is soon joined by Stephanie and Kimmy and their respective children. At this time, no other plot points have been revealed, and it's not known what is in store for the Tanners. The house indicates that the setting will still be San Francisco. The original Full House followed a widower who moves in with his brother and best friend as the three men all pitch into raise Danny's three daughters. The show ran for 8 seasons on ABC, spanning from 1987 to 1995. And it was recently the subject of a Lifetime Unauthorized movie.
Fuller House is getting 13 episodes, and will debut sometime in 2016. While the show will tackle some heavier issues than its predecessor, you can still expect a show the entire family can enjoy. We haven't heard when the show will make its debut yet, but the live taping portion of the sitcom, which is taped in front of a live studio audience on the Warner Bros. lot, has been underway for months. We should see the first trailer sometime before Christmas. Until then, enjoy this sneak peek at the original Tanner house as it's resurrected from the graveyard of 90s sitcoms.