Netflix has a habit of picking up shows that ended years ago and reviving them, I can never thank the folks behind the streaming service for reviving Arrested Development, and earlier this year it confirmed that the same treatment will be provided to Full House, a show that ended more than two decades ago. Netflix’s revival is titled Fuller House and today it has confirmed when the new series is going to go live on the service.
Netflix today released the first trailer for Fuller House which also confirmed that the 13 episode first season is going to be released on February 26th, and keeping with tradition, it’s going to release all episodes on one day so that you can bingewatch to your heart’s desire.
Fuller House picks up the story 21 years after Full House ended, it features the three Tanner sisters who have now grown up, Kimmy Gibler is a divorcée with a daughter, DJ is a single mother of three whereas Stephanie has not yet settled down.
Fans will see most of the original cast return sporadically, Bob Saget, John Stamos, Lori Loughlin and others will make an appearance in one episode or the other, both Ashley Olsen or Mary-Kate will not be returning as Michelle.
Fuller House will be live on Netflix February 26th, 2016. If you’ve been a fan of this series, its revival after 21 years will certainly entice you to pony up for that monthly Netflix subscription.