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“Fuller House” made its welcome

 On February 26, Netflix added a Full House reboot, Fuller House. After 20years, the original cast from Full House, with the exception of Michelle Tanner, came back.
On February 26, Netflix added a Full House reboot, Fuller House. After 20years, the original cast from Full House, with the exception of Michelle Tanner, came back.
 On February 26, Netflix added a Full House reboot, Fuller House. After 20years, the original cast from Full House, with the exception of Michelle Tanner, came back.
On February 26, Netflix added a Full House reboot, Fuller House. After 20 years, the original cast from Full House, with the exception of Michelle Tanner, came back.

by Jaclyn Thompson, news editor

It feels just like yesterday that “Full House” was playing on television and fans were obsessed, maybe that’s because reruns are on nick at nite and everyone is still nostalgic of the show. On February 26th, Netflix welcomed the “Full house” reboot; “Fuller House.”

After 20 years what most fans have been waiting for finally happened. The whole cast of “Full House” returned, with the exception of Michelle Tanner. The show called out the Olsen twins in the first episode of the series because they didn’t want to be a part of the show. “Fuller House’s” first season is 13 episodes long and has reached everyone’s expectations.

“I think they did a really good job at modernizing it and it’s funny because it’s a little more dirty,” senior Jenna Kahn said.

In Fuller House, DJ [Candace Cameron], Stephanie [Jodie Sweetin] and Kimmy [Andrea Barber] move into the original house to help DJ raise her kids after she became a widow. “Fuller House” is more mature; it uses more than just G-rated content. The rebooted Netflix show uses most of their old catch phrases such as “You got it dude”, “Oh mylanta”, “Cut it out” and “How rude”.

“I like the fact they all got back together and it’s like nothing changed,” junior Caitlyn Reed said.

Cast members are hoping for a season two.

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