Candace Cameron shared some snapshots from the set of Fuller House on her Instagram account.
After 21 years, the original cast of Full House (minus the Olsen twins) are reuniting in Netflix’s Fuller House, which will premiere in one month. Members of the beloved sitcom are eagerly anticipating the day that it show finally goes on the air.
“We're counting down! @fullerhouse is coming to you in 1 month! Here's a sneak peek you don't wanna miss! Link in bio. #Exclusive #FullerHouse #HomeAgain,” Cameron captioned her Instagram photo.
Fuller House is a continuation of the 1987 sitcom Full House with Cameron’s character D.J. Tanner-Fuller, who is now widowed and residing in San Francisco with her three sons.
Candace Cameron will be joined by Jodie Sweetin as her younger sister Stephanie Tanner, Bob Saget as Danny, and Andrea Barber as her best friend Kimmy Gibler. The new members of the family include Kimmy’s teenage daughter, Ramona, played by Soni Nicole Bringas, and D,J.’s three sons: 2-year-old Jackson played by Michael Champion, 7-year-old Max played by Elias Harger, and her newborn baby, Tommy Jr. played by the Messitt Twins.
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Netflix has also released a behind-the-scenes teaser to give viewers a glimpse of what went on during the filming.
The video features Candace Cameron and other members talking about their thoughts on reuniting with the Full House family.
Candace Cameron Joins her Former Full House Cast Members in Fuller House Behind-the-Scenes
“It's kind of like we had never left,” Barber said in the teaser.
“Looking around the room, seeing all those wonderful faces that I love, was a moment that you get maybe once or twice in life” Dave Coulier, who plays Uncle Joey in the sitcom, said in the clip. “They say you can never go back home, but we came back home.”
The series premieres January 26 on Netflix.