- The Washington Times - Wednesday, September 21, 2016

If a new season of “Fuller House” was on your Christmas wish list, Santa’s got three words for you: “You got it, dude!”

Just don’t expect to see the Olsen twins — again. (How rude!)

The “Full House” spinoff’s second season will premiere on the Netflix streaming-video service on Dec. 9, Candace Cameron Bure announced, reported E! News Wednesday.

Telling the audience of ABC’s “The View” that she was “super excited” for the new season, Ms. Cameron Bure promised that the new season “is very holiday-themed” with episodes taking place around Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s.

Adding to the late ‘80s/early ‘90s nostaglia factor, boy band New Kids On The Block and “Growing Pains” alum Alan Thicke will have guest appearances on the series this season, E! reported.

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