The Extended 'Fuller House' Trailer Reveals The Tanner Family (And Kimmy) Haven't Changed A Bit — VIDEO
Only a few hours after debuting clips from the trailer on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the full-length, extended trailer for Fuller House is finally here — and, sure enough, based off the trailer, it seems like though decades, fashion, and home interior designs have changed, the Tanner family (and Kimmy!) have remained their same old lovable selves.
The trailer is slightly longer than the one shared on Ellen, and, as a result includes a few more scenes that fans didn't see in the earlier trailer. For instance, we get a good look at Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky's twins all grown up (raise your hand if you feel old now), DJ's adorable kids, Steph's noble decision to take on the responsibility that Jesse and Joey did with Danny all those years ago and help DJ raise her kids — and also Kimmy's still-crazy wardrobe. (Hey, I did say everyone's their same, lovable selves!)
Additionally — and perhaps most importantly — the trailer reveals what exactly Michelle Tanner is up do. As has been previously reported, neither of the Olsen twins is returning to Fuller House to reprise the role of Michelle so the character won't be seen in the new series with the rest of the family. However, that doesn't mean Michelle's existence is ignored: At the end of the trailer, Steph and Kimmy attempt to call Michelle, despite DJ's protests that "it's five in the morning in New York!" So, there you have it: Michelle is in New York, probably designing a fashion line or something.
What the trailer seems to reveal most, though, is that this series will still retain the heart of the original — something that's undoubtedly the most important thing to fans. It's been over 20 years since the original Full House ended its run on television, but the show is still beloved by the masses — clearly, it's because there's something special behind it, and that's definitely carried over to Fuller House.
Fuller House will premiere on Netflix Feb. 26.