Have mercy: Do you love references to the nineties? How about feel-good family humor in the wake of personal tragedy? The ’90s? Well stop, because Hammer Time is here and now with the release of the first trailer for Netflix’s Fuller House and its ’90s-ness is all that and a bag of chips. Naturally, we recommend watching it now, lest you’re forced to talk to the hand from now until eternity.
If you couldn’t tell from all that vintage slang up above and in the trailer, the new preview for the forthcoming series is full of more references to the show’s—and our collective—past than you could shake the Snapple Lady at. But it also lays out a bit more of the tone of the series beyond D.J. Tanner coming home.
After the death of D.J.’s husband, sister Stephanie andobligatory tagalong Kimmy Gibbler move in with D.J. to help her with her young family. What ensues is a never-ending pasta bowl’s worth of winks, nods, and gut-punches full of dance moves, family values, and goofy misunderstandings taped in front of a live studio audience (just like they used to), a first for Netflix. The whole thing made its debut on Ellen Tuesday morning and by the looks on the ladies’ faces, everywhere they—and we!—look, there’s sure to be a heart (there’s a heart), and a hand to hold onto.
Fuller House is slated to premiere on Netflix February 26—you got it, dudes?
What do you think of the new iteration of Full House? Still holding out hope for that Olsen twins cameo? Let us know in the comments below.
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Alicia Lutes is the Managing Editor of Nerdist Industries. Find her on Twitter (@alicialutes).