Filming has well and truly begun on the set of Fuller House, the Netflix reboot of '80s and '90s sitcom classic Full House, and the stars are obviously loving being reunited, sharing a horde of snaps on various social media accounts. However, the latest picture to hit the web may be the most nostalgia-ridden one yet!
Managing to squeeze into a frame together, we got our first look at the grown up Tanner sisters, DJ and Stephanie (Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin), as well as their neighbor Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) in a picture posted on Bure's Instagram account:
It's awesome seeing the three of them so excited to be together even all these years later. After all, they have known each other since way back in 1987 when the first season of Full House started:
So cute, and we can be sure that we'll be seeing a lot more of these three in Fuller House as they'll be appearing as the three main characters of the series. Fuller House will follow the recently widowed DJ, who, after being left to raise three boys on her own, enlists the help of her friend Kimmy and sister Stephanie to help her raise the boys all together (sound familiar?).
Candace Cameron Bure isn't the only star sharing nostalgia-ridden snaps from the set of the show, John Stamos is also doing his part! Following the confirmation that Dylan and Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit will reprise their roles as the Katsopolis twins Nicky and Alex, Stamos posted this adorable photo recreation of the two:
And just when you thought you might die from all the cuteness going on behind the scenes, there's also the multitude of photos posted by the cast on Lori Loughlin's (Becky Katsopolis) 51st birthday. Take this one of Loughlin's on-screen husband:
Or perhaps this one from Bob Saget a.k.a. Danny Tanner:
And lastly this one from Dave Coulier a.k.a. Joey Gladstone:
It's so awesome to see the cast of Full and Fuller House so excited to be back together, creating what will almost certainly be another classic sitcom.
While almost the entire cast is back on deck for the series, the Olsen twins have not confirmed that either of them will return to reprise the role of Michelle Tanner. However, after Netflix exec Ted Sarandos recently said that the two are “teetering whether or not they’ll be around,” it appears not all hope is lost! Even if Michelle just pops up in a very small capacity - say a Skype or Facetime call, that's totally fine with me, I'd just love to see the whole gang back together again! Fingers crossed!
Fuller House will be released on Netflix in 2016.