Netflix is all like, "You got it, dude!"
On Thursday, the streaming service announced that their highly anticipated Full House 13-episode spinoff, Fuller House, will debut on Friday, Feb. 26. And in case that wasn't enough excitement for fans of the classic family sitcom, they also released the first official teaser.
Prepare to feel nostalgic, as the opening scene for the sneak peek video takes us back to the streets of San Francisco, where the Tanner family we grew to love resided.
"Gosh, it feels good to be back," D.J. Tanner-Fuller says, as a cute dog barks and wags his tail inside the home. We also hear the beloved cast shout some familiar phrases, like "Cut it out!"
We feel like we're tuning into the original show for the first time all over again, and the background song, Miranda Lambert's "The House That Built Be," couldn't have been a better fit.
Watch the full video below.
As Netflix notes in their description for the video, "the adventures that began in 1987"continue. This spinoff focuses on a recently widowed D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure) who turns to her friends and family for help raising her three boys -- 12-year-old Jackson (Michael Champion), 7-year-old Max (Elias Harger) and newborn Tommy Jr. (Messitt Twins). D.J.'s sister, Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin), best friend, Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), and Kimmy's teenage daughter, Ramona, all move in to the same house, and we can only imagine what chaos will ensue. Fans can also look forward to guest appearances from some other original cast members, including John Stamos, Bob Saget, Lori Loughlin, Scott Weinger and Dave Coulier. Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen will not be making a return, however, as ET previously reported.
In July, ET caught up with Cameron Bure, where she revealed what it was like to step onto the new sets for the first time.
"I went in and opened that door and I smelled that smell -- it was like the floodgates of memories from being 10 to 18 just washed over me, and I just cried!" Bure told ET. "It was sensory overload and nostalgia and memories. It was incredible."
Watch the video below to hear more.