NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Tuesday, January 26, 2016, 2:36 PM
Not much has changed at the Tanner house.
Netflix released a heart-tugging new teaser for “Fuller House” on Tuesday — in which the beloved stars recite old catchphrases and share their love for one another some 20 years after the final episode of “Full House.”
“We are a family and have been since we started doing the show 28 years ago,” said Jodie Sweetin, who reprises her role as Stephanie in the new series. “(And) we’ve only gotten closer.”
The nostalgia-conjuring promo, which first aired on “The View” on Tuesday, also features a slew of never-before-seen clips of the actors hugging, dancing and delivering lines in front of a laughing studio audience. The crowd was particularly amused when Sweetin uttered her character’s trademark saying: “Have mercy!”
The studio audience roared with laughter when Sweetin (right) said her old catchphrase, “have mercy,” to John Stamos.
The entire cast of “Full House” returns in the new reboot — aside from Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who took turns playing youngest member of the Tanner family, Michelle, in the original series.
The new show will center on a now-adult D.J. Tanner, played by Candace Cameron Bure, as she tries to raise her three young sons with the help of her family after the death of her husband.
And even though the stars are 20 years older, Cameron Bure promises that the new series feels exactly like “Full House.”
New photos of the cast, including Jodie Sweetin (left) and Candace Cameron Bure (right) were also released.
“(It) carries the same emotional, loving, family tone through the show that the original did,” she says in Tuesday’s teaser.
Fans have been buzzing about the return of the Tanner family for months, as “Full House” was one of the most popular sitcoms of the ’80s and ’90s and still has a huge following today.
But the cast may have been even more excited about the reunion than the fans, as Dave Coulier, who plays Uncle Joey, says that seeing all of his co-stars in the same room once again was “a moment that you get maybe once or twice in life.”
Candace Cameron Bure (right) seen here Andrea Barber, promises “Fuller House will feel just like the old show.
“They say you can never go back home,” he said. “But we came back home.”