More like... thanks, we'll have another!
Netflix announced via Twitter today that it has picked up Fuller House for a second season.
Just a few days after this sitcom spinoff hit the streaming service, the company took to the show's official social media account to wrote the following:
“You list will get even fuller," the verified Fuller House page wrote alongside a short and sweet video featuring Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber.
It added: "Season 2. Coming soon to @Netflix. #FullerHouse."
Fuller House kicked off on Friday, February 26 with a Tanner family reunion.
This gave fans of the original series a glimpse at such veteran stars as John Stamos, Bob Saget and Lori Loughlin.
Picking up two decades after the events of Full House‘s series finale, though, the crux of Fuller House centers on DJ (now a widowed mother of three) and Stephanie (now a jet-setting deejay with no children or roots of any kind) moving back into their childhood home.
They are joined there by Best Friend Forever Kimmy Gibbler, who now works as a party planner.
Throughout the opening season, original cast members made cameos as these three women navigated their new lives as "sister wives" (hey, that was their term!) and D.J. began dating once again.
Are you excited for Season 2 of Fuller House?
If not, allow us to get the new theme song, courtesy of Carly Rae Jepsen, stuck in your head: