It’s increasingly difficult to remember any weeknight as a TV destination, let alone Friday. Nonetheless, Hulu will let you relive your TGIF nostalgia, adding full seasons of everything from Full House to Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper.
The recent rash of Netflix cancellations has produced one oddly-harmonious refrain in the comments: “Cancel Fuller House instead!” Well, apologies. Not only are the Tanners and Fullers officially returning for Season 3 in September, but they’re celebrating a major milestone in the process.
There’s a certain oddball charm to Netflix Full House revival Fuller House, as enough subscribers seem to have discovered this past weekend, that the streaming giant is already locking down a second mortgage. That’s right, the Fullers will be back in the House for Season 2, regardless of your appeals to Netflix’s humanity.
Netflix’s Fuller House will drag the past kicking and streaming onto your devices as early as this Friday, but it won’t bring the Olsen twins any closer to reprising the role that once made them famous. Now, said fashion moguls have at last spoken out on declining the invitation, owing to bad timing and discomfort.
If The X-Files served as any stark reminder, decade-brewing revivals don’t always work so well in a modern context, no matter how many original stars we throw at it. We’ll find out for certain with the Friday premiere of Netflix’s Fuller House, but in the meantime, prepare your eyelids to make it through these first winking clips.
Yesterday morning saw the Full House gang formally reuniting for Netflix’s Fuller House trailer, though the footage left more than a few Tanner guests missing. Now, the extended version bring back everyone from Steve to Katsopolis twins Alex and Nicky, some seriously bizarre Michelle references, and new photos to boot.