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News Fuller House Season 2 Trailer Has a Lot Going On

News Bot Nov 1, 2016

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    Netflix today released the first trailer for Full House spinoff Fuller House's second season--and it looks like Season 2 will have a lot going on.

    There's a scene where Stephanie makes out with Kimmy Gibler's brother, not knowing who he was. We also see DJ crushed to learn that the love triangle Season 1 found her in doesn't seem to be going her way (though we imagine it'll all work out in the end), while Danny Tanner storms through the door at one point and exclaims, "What's crackalackin?" On a more serious note, Danny has a quiet moment with DJ when he's contemplating life. "I just turned 60, and I just started thinking, 'What's it all about?'"

    Fuller House comes back to Netflix on December 9. From the looks of this trailer, there will be a Christmas/New Years episode.

    Fuller House is a spinoff from the beloved '90s family show. The new show follows the widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller (played by Candace Cameron Bure) as she raises her three children. Sister Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and the former-neighbor Kimmy Gibler (Andrea Barber) move in with DJ at the Tanner home in San Francisco to help raise her children.

    The first season of Fuller House debuted in February. Reactions were mixed, from critics and fans alike. Netflix has not shared any viewership numbers for the show, but they were apparently good enough, as Netflix announced a second season less than a week after the first one debuted.

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