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What Fans Expect on Fuller House Season 2

After the success of the first season, Fuller House Season 2 is coming back on Netflix this Dec. 9. The first season brought forth nostalgia for the original series that starred the Olsen twins. For the second season, we are bound to see more Michelle mentions and romance blooming everywhere.

An official announcement from the show’s Twitter page confirmed that Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber will reprise their roles as D.J., Stephanie, and Kimmy, respectively. D.J. and Kimmy’s kids will also be back. The rest of the original Full House cast will make cameos throughout Season 2.

Fuller House Season 2: What’s love got to do with it?

Season 1 ended with D.J. rejecting both of her suitors—Steve (Scott Weinger) and Matt (John Brotheron)—although she did end up with one of them by midseason. Jeff Franklin, the show’s creator, did not give a hint of who D.J. will end up with in Fuller House Season 2.

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In an interview with TVLine, Franklin said that the writers were also divided between Steve and Matt. He said, though, that it’s great to have two very interesting characters gunning for D.J.’s heart and pulling her to different directions. Fans are also divided between the two camps.

Stephanie and Jimmy (Adam Hagenbuch) are described as an “odd couple,” but their relationship works because of the extremes from which they have come from. Stephanie had a string of bad relationships while Jimmy is unique, interesting, and an all-around nice guy.

When and where to watch Fuller House Season 2?

The second season of Fuller House, which is a spinoff of the 90s hit show Full House, will premiere on Dec. 9, Friday, at 12AM PST. Those who follow EST need to stay up until 3AM to catch the new season.

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You would need a Netflix account to watch the series, though, because Fuller House is exclusive to the streaming network. You’ll also get a bonus of being able to binge-watch all 13 episodes of the 90s Full House. The first season of Fuller House is also available there.

Once you are signed up, you’ll be able to enjoy Fuller House Season 2 and watch the adventure of D.J., Stephanie, and Kimmy.

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