• Netflix drops Fuller House season 4 trailer (Video)

    Fuller House is coming back home to Netflix for a fourth season on December 14. Yes, that show is still pumping out new episodes starring Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber, and Candace Cameron-Bure. The newest trailer for the fourth season dropped on Tuesday and it fills viewers in on what to expect after a year away. It packs Holiday cheer, rekindled relationships, baby bumps, many audiences “woooooooos,” and a musical number all into 90 seconds of Tanner family-filled chaos.

    Based on the trailer, fans of the Full House reboot can expect that the relationship between D.J. and Steve—her on-again/off-again love interest—to be a major focus this season. However, a new/old relationship will also take center stage as well. Last season, Kimmy Gibbler agreed to be Stephanie’s surrogate and this year we will see the pair’s relationship change in another major way when Stephanie finally refers to Kimmy as a friend. “I’ve waited 30 years to hear that,” Kimmy says. Jesus, has this franchise been around for that long?

    There will obviously be a healthy dose of all the fan favorites such as Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, and John Stamos, who must have a hideous painted portrait of himself stuffed in an attic somewhere.

    Check out the full trailer below!

    Chris Calogero

    Chris Calogero is a comedian and writer in Brooklyn. He’s been featured on Vice, Fusion TV and AOL’s 2 Point Lead web series and has performed in the Cape Fear Comedy Festival, What a Joke National Comedy Festival, The Brooklyn Comedy Festival, and More. Chris hosts a podcast called "Mourning Coffee" where he discusses grief, loss, death, and mourning with other comedians. He is also the co-host of "Not Quite Midnight" a hybrid stand-up comedy/late night show that has been featured in the New York Times.

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