Fuller House just got one step closer to hitting our TV screens – or shall we say, computer screens.
The cast of Netflix’s Full House reboot gathered for the first table read on Thursday, and the stars couldn’t contain their excitement!
Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure and Lori Loughlin were among the cast members to post photos of the first pages of their scripts for the first episode.
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Just one day earlier, Bure spoke candidly about reprising the role of D.J. Tanner on Fuller House and stepping onto the new sets.
“I went onto the set today [Wednesday] onto our soundstage. I saw the sets for the first time,” Bure told ET.
The 39-year-old actress admitted it took everything in her power not to get emotional when she saw the new set pieces.
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“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 admitted. “It was sensory overload and nostalgia and memories. It was incredible.”
Fuller House will center on the recently-widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Bure), now a veterinarian and who is expecting her third child. To help care for her two young sons, younger sister and aspiring musician Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and their former neighbor Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) move in to her San Francisco home to help.
The 13-episode Fuller House will premiere on Netflix in 2016. The first episode will be a special one-hour reunion with the Tanner family.
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