‘Fuller House’ Cast Members Share Script Pics On Twitter

Fuller House has officially started production!

The highly-anticipated Full House spin-off series is now up and running — reprising iconic characters and shooting scenes in preparation for its 2016 release.

Quite a few of the key cast members celebrated the start of production for the show by posting pictures of their Fuller House scripts for the first episode — “Our Very First Show, Again.”

For instance, actress Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner) tweeted a picture of her script last month during a table reading session.

Andrea Barber (Kimmie Gibbler) joined the Twitter party by posting a copy of her own script alongside a customized coffee cup with her character’s last name (and apparent nickname) printed on the side of it.

Perhaps one of the cutest pictures that hit the internet and stepped things up a couple of notches featured Lori Loughlin and John Stamos.

The former 90s TV couple essentially brought their roles back to life as Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky with a shot of their left ring fingers together in a warm embrace on top of their Fuller House scripts.

Lori Loughlin posted a picture of the special moment on Twitter on July 27 long with the caption, “Jesse and Becky ride again!”

It seems as if the ball started rolling shortly after actor (and producer) John Stamos took a month off for rehab after his DUI arrest earlier this year.

Quite a few fans and critics have already used Twitter to express their excitement and enthusiasm for seeing many of the Full House cast members returning to the small screen after decades of televised separation.

@braxtonisageek no but fuller house tho… It WILL be groundbreaking.

— ☭ (@Brevin_Sutton) July 25, 2015

So excited for Fuller House! I got a good feeling there will even be a second season as well. This is a huge stepping stone for Netflix.

— Keith Cody (@thekgjc) July 25, 2015

Even though there is still not a confirmed release date for Fuller House yet, longtime fans and critics of the show are undoubtedly excited about seeing some of their favorite 90s sitcom characters back on the small screen.

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