D.J. Tanner is coming back to Netflix!
Fuller House was greenlit for a third season.
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The news was announced via the show's social media accounts on Christmas Eve, including an adorable video of the cast passing a red-and-gold gift wrapped present to one another.
"This gift's for you. ?Fuller House Season 3, coming 2017," the video, posted Saturday, was captioned.
Candace Cameron Bure shared the same video but adorably captioned hers, "Oh Mylanta! Christmas came early! @fullerhouse Season THREE, coming 2017!! Best gift ever. ❤??#FullerHouse @netflix #MerryChristmas."
Her on-screen sister, Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner) did the same via Twitter. "We're picked up for Season 3!!!!" she wrote. "Thanks @netflix for the best Christmas present of them all! ❤️? #fullerhouse #season3 @fullerhouse."
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Then on Christmas Day, the show shared a video of the Fuller House leading ladies, Bure, Sweetin and Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibler), wishing fans a very happy holiday.
Bure also posted a sweet picture to Instagram, showing how her family celebrated Christmas Eve.
The second season of Fuller House was just released earlier this month, on Dec. 9. One episode featured a memorable cameo from Alan Thicke, who sadly died of a heart attack on Dec. 13.
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