We’re spending Christmas at the Tanners in 2016 as the release date for season 2 of Fuller House has been announced to be releasing much earlier than many publications, including our own, had once thought. We’ll be heading back to the Tanners with the complete season 2 on December 9th, 2016.
The announcement was spread out yesterday across various social platforms from the shows official accounts stating that Christmas will come early and not only that, we should consider it as an early Christmas Gift. Does this potentially point to a possibility that Full House may be joining Netflix as an additional Christmas present in the future? Given Netflix’s commitment to the property and the fact it’s been added to many other regions other than the US, it’s a strong likelihood of it happening.
Consider it an early holiday present. 🏠 Fuller House Season 2 is coming to Netflix Dec 9.
What else do you need to know about season 2? Well, the main news is that pretty much everyone from season 1 is returning but you can expect a lot less emphasis on the original Full House characters that only made a few cameos as full attention swings onto the Tanner daughters who are now raising their children together in the original house featured in Full House. Confirmation of each of the returning cameos are yet to be known but it’s thought that John Stamos, Dave Coulier,
Confirmations of each of the returning cameos are yet to be known but it’s thought that John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Soctt Weinger and Bob Saget are all thought to be returning in some form during season 2. Speculation has been rampant on Mary and Ashley Olsen returning at some point and while hints were giving out by some of the cast, we doubt that it’ll happen but one can only hope.
The first season was a great start and offered plenty for both new and returning fans but the series now needs to develop their own identity. It will be going up against another massive Netflix Original series that’s also just got rebooted, Gilmore Girls. The shows share a similar timeline in their history although appealing to slightly different audiences.
Are you excited for the early return of Fuller House? Sound off in the comments and let us know what you want to see in the new season?