Everywhere you look, everywhere you go -- social media is going ape with updates about the much-awaited Full House sequel. Since the news first dropped back in April, fans of the original Full House (which, let's be honest, is everyone) have been freaking out about the fact that we're actually going to get to see more of the Tanners. Seriously. It's happening.
Here's everything you need to know about the reboot everyone has been talking about.
1. DJ takes center stage.
Here's a brief run-down of the plot: after being widowed with two children (and a third on the way), DJ enlists the support of her sister Stephanie (who is hopefully still as sassy as ever) and her best friend Kimmy (who is probably just as Kimmy-ish as ever). The first episode will be a one-hour reunion, while the rest of the series will center around DJ. In other words, DJ is the new Danny.
2. It's going to premiere online.
Expect it on Netflix in 2016. Also expect to spend way too much time binge-watching the 13-episode premiere season and getting way too emotional.
3. Filming has already begun.
As of today, two episodes have already been filmed. The real question here: what do you have to do to be a part of that studio audience?
4. Everyone will be back.
Danny. DJ. Stephanie. Kimmy. Uncle Joey. Aunt Becky, Uncle Jesse, and the twins. Even Steve. Somehow, they've managed to wrangle the entire original cast.
5. Well, almost everyone.
Whether or not the Olsen twins will take part in the happy reunion is up in the air. According to Netflix's Chief Content Officer Ted Serandos, "The Olsen twins are teetering on whether or not they'll be around." Fingers crossed that Michelle Tanner will make at least make a small appearance. No word yet on Comet the dog.
6. Uncle Jesse is still swoon-worthy.
Fans can rest easy knowing that John Stamos definitely still has it. Just when we think we've gotten over our childhood infatuations with Uncle Jesse, he starts posting pics like these on his Insta.