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Cast of 'Fuller House' Reveals First Trailer on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'

Candace Cameron Bure says the door is always open for the Olsen twins to make an appearance on the Netflix reboot.



    The nostalgia train is making its next stop in San Francisco at the Tanner family residence with Netflix's "Fuller House." Candace Cameron Bure, Andrea Barber and Jodie Sweetin stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Tuesday with a new trailer for the "Full House" sequel series.

    In the trailer, see how DJ Tanner-Fuller (Cameron Bure) gets the help from sister Stephanie (Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Barber) and how the series gets things set up. Have no fear, all the old sayings are there: "Have mercy," "Cut. It. Out," and "How rude!" all make appearances, as does Carly Rae Jepsen's new theme song.

    "I love this show so much," Barber says after watching the trailer with her costars and host Ellen DeGeneres.

    "I can't believe you went away after 'Full House' ended and now you're back doing this out of nowhere," DeGeneres says.

    The ladies also revealed there is an ongoing "Full House" group chat and John Stamos is desperate for his own Bitmoji. 

    There's a little elephant in the room about the absence of Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen as Michelle Tanner. Neither twin makes an appearance in the first season, but their absence is explained in a tongue-in-cheek manner.

    "Do you think the Olsen twins will make a guest appearance?" DeGeneres asks in the clip above. "I'm sure everybody is asking that already because they're not a part of this, but do you think they'll stop in?"

    "I don't know. The doors open if they want to," Cameron Bure says. "Yeah the door's always open," Barber adds. "We make reference to them on the show though so they are not forgotten," Cameron Bure explains. "We talk about them." "Yeah we definitely acknowledge Michelle, being you know. Present," Sweetin concludes.

    "Fuller House" premieres Friday, Feb. 26 on Netflix.

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