The Tanner legacy lives on!
Candace Cameron Bure's Full House character, D.J., is now a mom, and she spilled to ET that on Fuller House, the apple won't fall far from the tree.
"She is a little bit like Danny Tanner as a dad," she said of D.J. "She's very organized and orderly. She's a single mom, so she kind of has to be with three kids, and she's the mom of the group in every way, between Kimmy and Stephanie."
Andrea Barber and Jodie Sweetin will reprise their roles of Kimmy Gibbler and Stephanie Tanner, respectively, for Fuller House, and they seem to be the uncles Joey and Jesse to D.J.'s Danny Tanner.
"She's just a little more straight-laced than everyone else is, and the other girls kind of loosen her up along the way," Candace told Katie Krause.
The Full House reprisal, which will also bring back original cast members John Stamos, Bob Saget, Lori Loughlin and Dave Coulier, premieres Feb. 26 on Netflix.
The series follows recently widowed veterinarian D.J. Tanner-Fuller, who lives in San Francisco with her three boys -- 12-year-old Jackson, 7-year-old Max and newborn Tommy Jr. D.J. gets a little help around the house when her younger sister, Stephanie Tanner, an aspiring musician, and lifelong best friend Kimmy Gibbler, also a single mother, move in to assist with the kids.
Candace gushed about picking up the pieces with the cast, describing the first season as "surreal" and "such a joy."
"I can honestly say that every scene with Andrea Barber and Jodie Sweeten and the legacy cast ... they are forever just a huge part of my heart and just so much fun," she said. "I hope everyone loves the show as much as we [loved] doing it because we want to be back for years and years and years."
Watch the video below to find out what Uncle Jesse had to say about the reboot.