Here is what we know so far about Fuller House’s 2nd Season!

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Glamour has an awesome article out that contains everything we know about Season 2 so far. For those you that may have not known some of this you can check out the article by going HERE. We copied some of the article on the post.


The “Legacy” Cast: Although Fuller House is supposed to focus on DJ’s (Candace Cameron Bure) life as a single mom of three, season one’s strongest episodes were those that featured Stamos, Saget, Coulier, and Loughlin in main storylines. Aside from Stamos, most of the legacy cast only appeared in three out of the first 13 episodes. For season two, that number is scheduled to stay the same, though one cast member (who shall remain unnamed) told us they would love to do more. (Producers, are you listening?) Meanwhile, Stamos told E! Online that he’s “acting in three episodes, producing them all, and now that I have more time on my hands (Grandfathered was canceled by FOX), I’m also doing craft service.”

Stephanie’s New Boyfriend: Things didn’t exactly work out with San Francisco Giants right fielder Hunter Pence, and Stephanie in season one, so bring on more men—or just a man—in season two. “Stephanie has a love interest this season,” Jodie Sweetin revealed to Glamour. “I think the fans are really going to love it.” Sweetin also tells us that Stephanie will focus on her music career more, so we’ll see a lot more of Steph singing next season.

More In-Depth Stories: At the end of episode five, Stephanie revealed to D.J. that she’s not able to have kids of her own. Will the show explore that story line more in depth come season two? “We might,” Sweetin admitted to Glamour. “There’s still a few scripts I haven’t seen, so I’m not sure if we’re going to, but we might. We talked about [the fact] that now that we’ve talked about it [on the show], we can’t just leave it and never address it again. It might be something either this season or hopefully if there’s more seasons that will [allow it] to get brought up again.”

’80s Guest Stars: Actor Alan Thicke (who played Dr. Jason Seaver on ABC’s Growing Pains from 1985-92) recently taped a guest appearance. While it hasn’t been revealed who he’ll be playing, it’s interesting to note that Thicke was TV dad to Kirk Cameron, who is Candace Cameron Bure’s older sibling. Also in the mix this season? Creator and executive producer Jeff Franklin’s golden retriever, Charlie, who appears in a canine-friendly role at D.J. and Matt’s clinic.

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