Wanna know what happened to predictability? It is right here, alive, on Netflix, in the form of the just-revealed logo for your favorite new sitcom of 2016, Fuller House.
The streaming service took its cues from Full House's original, iconic yellow logo when it came time to create the one for its rebooted version—so yes, it looks exactly as you pictured. The nostalgia is so, so real right now!
Fuller House, which began filming in July, will follow recently widowed eldest Tanner daughter, DJ (Candace Cameron Bure), and BFF Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), raising their children together as single moms with the help of DJ's younger sister, Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin).
"I would say DJ and I have pretty similar parenting skills," Bure told E! News of the similarities between her and her recently widowed character. "I think the difference is because she doesn't have a husband, she has to take on both roles. So she's probably even stronger than I am. But I'm a pretty tough, strict mom!"
Netflix chief Ted Sarandos dished at the 2015 TCA summer press tour that the new series is "very much in the spirit of the original," adding, "At the taping of the [first] episode this past week, when the cast shows up on stage the audience reacts immediately and the actors have fallen right back into the roles. It's very much in the same spirit but with a modern take on Full House."
The revival of the beloved family sitcom is scheduled to debut on Netflix in 2016, and will also feature cameos from original cast members John Stamos (who's also producing), Bob Saget, Lori Loughlin, Dave Coulier, and more.