Since Netflix premiered its Full House reboot February of this year, I naturally assumed February 2017 would be the return date. Not so, Candace Cameron Bure announced on The View Wednesday morning that the sophomore season of Fuller House will arrive on December 9.
“I’m super excited our season this year is very holiday themed,” Cameron Bure she added. “We have a Halloween show, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Eve, and lots of family. “
Ashley Lioa, John Brotherton, Juan Pablo Di Pace and Scott Weinger, who were all guest stars last season, have been promoted to series regulars. They’ll appear alongside Jodie Sweetin, Andera Barber, Michael Campion, Elias Harger, Soni Nicole Bringas, Dashiell, Fox Messitt and Cameron Bure.
Season one ended with the love triangle between the widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller and her high school sweetheart Steve (Weinger) and new colleague Dr. Matt Harmon (Brotherton). If she thought deciding between two men was difficult, she hasn’t seen anything yet. Producers have added a third to the mix. Nelson, another high school boyfriend, pops up. He was originally played by Jason Marsden, but Hal Sparks of Queer As Folk fame, will step into his shoes.
Other guest stars slated for Season 2 include New Kids On The Block and Alan Thicke.
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