We know what Netflix is getting you for Christmas. Do you want us to ruin the surprise? It's not like they're hiding it in the back bedroom in a bag, or anything. Ok, here goes. This holiday season, fans will be treated to all new episodes of Fuller House. Netflix didn't keep the gift receipt, so sorry, no, you can't take it back.
The Tanners are all set to return on December 14 for the Season 4 premiere of Fuller House, the hugely successful spin-off of popular 90s TGIF sitcom Full House. Netflix has dropped a fun little video featuring the cast to announce this exciting Yule tide news. And we get the first look at these new episodes in a series of images from the streaming sitcom.
Season 4 will have even more of a Full House vibe then before, with Danny, Joey, Jesse and Rebecca all moving back to San Francisco, with Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, John Stamos and Lori Loughlin all reprising the roles that made then tween famous. Also anticipated this season is the birth of Kimmy's baby, with the pregnancy featuring prominently in some of the upcoming storylines. It also looks like there will be an annual Christmas episode judging from the first look photos released.
Returning in Fuller House Season 4 are stars Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Juan Pablo Di Pace, Soni Nicole Bringas, Michael Campion, Elias Harger, Scott Weinger, John Brotherton, Ashley Liao and Dashiell and Fox Messitt as Baby Tommy.
Steve Baldikoski and Bryan Behar are the new executive producers this time out, and they will be serving as show runners on this new run of episodes. They are replacing Jeff Franklin, who had been with the show since the early days. He was fired amid accusations that he had been verbally abusive to the crew, and that he'd made unwanted and inappropriate comments while working in the writers' room.
Baldikoski and Behar aren't new to the show. They have served as co-executive producers since the revival kicked off in 2016. The pair have previously worked on such hit TV series as The New Adventures of Old Christine, 8 Simple Rules, Kirstie and Save Me. They have also served as consulting producers on the series Last Man Standing, Jennifer Falls and quite a few others.
The entire main cast can be seen in the video released by the Official Fuller House Twitter. We also have four first look images that show off the cast having a lot of fun on Christmas morning, along with the girls posing as Charlie's Angels in what we assume is a Halloween episode. Take a look and mark your calendar for December 14. This could be the Tanners last hooray.