Netflix has had success with reviving comedy shows like “Arrested Development,” taking a just finished network sitcom and essentially just shifting it over to its own service without much in the way of creative adjustments.
Next year’s “Fuller House” though is a quite different kettle of fish. Reviving the classic 1980s ABC sitcom “Full House” twenty years after it ended, ‘Fuller’ also requires a different approach – crafting a single camera comedy out of a multicamera series that was shot like a classic live studio audience sitcom.
That explains why the sets look a little odd in this nostaglia-laced first trailer for the new series which has also scored a February 26th release date on Netflix. All thirteen episodes of the new series will be available at that time.