Fuller House Season 2

Fuller House Season 2 Gets December Premiere Date at Netflix

Round up the She-Wolf Pack — we’ve got major Fuller House news over here!

During Wednesday’s episode of The View, star Candace Cameron Bure announced that the Netflix comedy’s second season will premiere globally on Dec. 9. She added that it will be “holiday-themed,” with episodes for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Eve and more.

As TVLine recently reported, Fuller House‘s second season will re-introduce D.J.’s ex-boyfriend Nelson — only he won’t be played by original actor Jason Marsden. No, when the exes bump into each other at their high school reunion, Nelson will look a lot more like Queer as Folk‘s Hal Sparks.

Additional Season 2 highlights include the introduction of Joey’s wife and children, the arrival of a freakish D.J. clone and, of course, a special appearance from New Kids on the Block.

Your hopes for Season 2? Drop ’em in a comment below after checking out the new season’s official poster:

Fuller House Season 2

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6 Comments
  1. Danielle says:

    Yay! Counting down now. I didn’t think much of the first few episodes of Season One, but once I was hooked I really wanted to know what was happening this season.

  2. Brian says:

    Netflix is releasing 3 shows on the same date? Captive and White Rabbit Project are scheduled for that date too. Amazon is also releasing Mozart in the Jungle.

  3. Derision says:

    Well, if I must grade … left has the best technique, followed by right, and if I’m drunk in the middle.

  4. A fan of TV says:

    1. Less obsessive Steve (though with a DJ clone that’s probably not the case…?)
    2. More absurdity, like the Hunter Pence bit or Danny loving his couch-jacket. It’s the comedy they’ve always done well even if people refuse to lean back, get it, and enjoy the ride.
    3. More Danny. Honestly.
    4. Less fourth wall stuff. Those winks were great in season one, it’s time to spend more energy developing the kids.

  5. Tom says:

    My biggest hope is that DJ’s middle son gets less annoying

  6. Pennfield says:

    The original series was, arguably, the worst television series in the history of television…bad scripts, childish plots; the best actor was the dog. Is it necesssary to reboot this insult to people’s intelligence for a second season? If this is popular, it does not say much about the intelligence factor of America.