'Fuller House': Watch the teaser for 'Full House' spin-off

A 13-episode run for U.S. sitcom "Fuller House" is arriving February 26, 2016 on Netflix, starring Candace Cameron Bure as the original series' D.J.

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Tanner.

Now known as D.J. Tanner-Fuller, widower and a mother to three boys, she calls upon sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and her own childhood friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) for a little help keeping the house in order.

Jeff Franklin, creator of "Full House," came up with the "Fuller House" concept and is credited as a writer and producer on the series.

Its teaser is just that, with the home set up just as it always was, and introducing the new family's golden retriever -- a callback to Comet of "Full House" -- leaving viewers wondering who is at the door, about to come in.



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