Have mercy, the Full House gang is back together again on the set of the brand new spinoff series Fuller House!
Uncle Jessie a.k.a. John Stamos shared a photo of himself with fans from the set of Fuller House. The image comes complete with a script for the first episode of the Netflix series, as well as some sideburns that only the lead singer of Jessie and the Rippers could rock. Check out the post below and see if you can believe that this man is now 51 years old!
The snap was then followed by a close-up picture which allowed us to get a much better look at those sideburns. Despite being slightly more gray than he was 20 years ago when the Full House finale aired, there's no denying that Stamos is still pulling off that look rather impressively!
These latest Instagram posts have come after Stamos returned to social media on Friday following a month-long stint in rehab for substance abuse. To celebrate his return to health he used Instagram to thank his family and friends for their continuing love and support.
However Stamos isn't the only Fuller House cast member to express excitement about the spinoff series. Candace Cameron-Bure, who will reprise her role as DJ, has also been sharing her entire journey with her fans.
In the Fuller House series Bure will play DJ Fuller (nee Tanner), who since we left her in 1995 now finds herself as a widowed mother of two (soon-to-be three) boys. The series will see her trying to rebuild her life as a working mom after her husband's death. DJ will be joined by her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin reprising her role) and best friend Kimmy (played once again by Andrea Barber) along with Kimmy's teenage daughter Ramona.
Other original cast members to show up in the series, which will be released in 2016, include Bob Saget (Danny Tanner), Dave Coulier (Joey Gladstone) and Lori Loughlin (Rebecca 'Becky' Donaldson-Katsopolis).
With the cast obviously a very tight-knit group there's no doubt that we can expect more and more details to emerge about the series as filming progresses, much to the joy of dedicated Full House fans worldwide.
Source: Entertainment Weekly