We’re about to make you feel really old. Full House celebrated its 29th anniversary on Thursday! Yes, that’s right, it has been 29 years since the show premiered on Sept. 22, 1987, and Candace Cameron Bure decided to share the most epic throwback.
Taking to Instagram, Bure posted a throwback picture of the original cast, which included Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (although we have no idea which one is featured in the picture) alongside a more recent photo of the cast of the Netflix revival, Fuller House — which debuted last February.
Bure captioned the photo with a short but sweet message, writing, “29 years ago today, Full House premiered on ABC. September 22, 1987. Full(er) circle. #HappyBirthdayFullHouse Repost: @andreabarber.”
Fans are loving the comparison, and took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Some fans can’t believe it’s been that long, with comments including one from hikellygirl, who wrote, “29 years…where has the time gone?” Senshi987 had similar thoughts, writing, “Wow! Has it been that long since it’s been on?! You guys look UH-MAY-ZING!!!”
“This makes me feel really old!! Can’t believe it’s been that long!” jlindon2480 commented. While alicia_mc0329 figured the anniversary of Full House is so special it should be “celebrated as a holiday!!”
Other fans just wanted to gush about the show and how happy it makes them: “I love full house it gives me the warmest feeling inside,” _miss_m_4 commented. And phranimal commented with, “This makes my heart so full.”
Still can’t get enough of Fuller House? You don’t have to wait too long for Season 2, which will be out on Dec. 9. — something which Bure is super-excited about.
“I’m super-excited our season this year is very holiday themed,” she said on The View on Wednesday. “We have a Halloween show, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Eve and lots of family.”
Are you looking forward to the new season of Fuller House or does nothing compare to the original? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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