I'm going to be honest here for a second. Before Fuller House premiered last year, I was terrified that it wasn't going to live up to the hype and expectations that I, and practically ever other kid who grew up watching it, had for the revival. I just didn't want to be disappointed, you know? Fortunately, I had no reason to worry. Fuller House blew my expectations out of the water and delighted me in how entertaining and honestly, marathon worthy it was. But, as you know, the problem with marathon watching is that the season is over far too soon. Since I finished Season 1 last winter, I've been asking, "When does Season 2 of Fuller House premiere?" This girl can't very well have a Fuller House viewing party and send out invitations without knowing the air date, can she? Of course not.
Party planning frustrations aside, it appears that my question has been answered... by DJ Tanner herself, no less. According to TV Line, it was revealed by Candace Cameron Bure on The View that, on December 9, Fuller House is going to, "premiere globally." More so than the excitement over the quickly approaching date is my enthusiasm over the whole Netflix viewing world being able to indulge in shameless Uncle Jesse ogling together. You know it's true.
To get you even more pumped, the Fuller House Twitter account and the cast also made sure to let fans know how thrilled they were over the impending season.
John Stamos even tweeted a picture from set, which looks to be when they were shooting a Thanksgiving dinner scene, writing, "Will you be home for the holidays? @FullerHouse will be back December 9th on @netflix!"
Now that we know when Fuller House is going to air, we can plan out how we'll space this particular season's episodes out, so we won't miss it so much next hiatus.