Feb 11, 2016 11:10 AM EST

Netflix News: The Fuller House Full Trailer For 2016 Is Out and It’s Definitely Fuller


It's been circulating all over the net that Netflix will reboot Full House but the new version is actually Fuller House. And to tickle your senses, the full trailer is out this 2016.

Clips of the new series popped up everywhere but reports will officially put your brows to rest because the full trailer of Fuller House is now out.

The sequel to Full House has the attendance of the Tanner Family with Kimmy Gibbler going crazy on screen. Websites describe the sequel to be full of self-awareness. "This House is filled with people who know how lame '90s TV jokes were, and aren't afraid of calling them out when they see them", explains The Verge.

Fans and expecting viewers will be happy about the laugh track of the series as it will ignite nostalgic fondness.

If you haven't seen the original, then it's best you know the background of the show. Full House was a television series that originally aired back in the 90's. The show focused on the life of a widowed father of three daughters who enlisted the help of his brother in law and best friend to raise his children. The series chronicles the life of these men and the girls they are raising after Danny Tanner, the widow, lost his wife to a car accident. It had a very successful run back then with its puns and take on the modern life of a father raising children without a "mother" figure. It had a total of 8 seasons and 192 episodes.

Given that they had a very colorful background, the Fuller House focuses on a similar setting. This time, with D.J. Tanner-Fuller as the recently widowed parent, and mother of three sons. She enlists the help of her sister, Stephanie, and her best friend, Kimmy. 

Fuller House is scheduled to be released on February 26 on Netflix. You can check out the full trailer if you haven't yet seen it, below:

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