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Netflix's 'Fuller House' trailer will have you feeling nostalgic

Your old familiar friends are waiting just around the bend in the first teaser trailer for Netflix's "Fuller House" spin-off show.

If you're nostalgic about the '80s-'90s sitcom "Full House" and you've been waiting for the Netflix spin-off series "Fuller House," you'll want to check out the teaser trailer released Thursday.

It re-creates some of the opening scenes from the original show and takes us back to the Tanner house in a modern San Francisco. You won't see a single Tanner in the clip, but you will hear them arguing a bit as DJ Tanner and her family get set to move back into the house she grew up in.

The family's dog -- a cute golden retriever that we can only hope is named Comet or Comet II like the one from the original series -- is the only one in the house, anxiously waiting for the family to walk through the door like they'd never left in the first place.

Nearly everyone from the original series is back in the new one, at least in some capacity. The series will star Candace Cameron Bure as DJ Tanner, Jodie Sweetin as Stephanie Tanner and Andrea Barber as DJ's wacky friend Kimmy Gibbler. John Stamos (Uncle Jessie), Dave Coulier (Uncle Joey), Bob Saget (Danny Tanner) and Lori Laughlin (Aunt Becky) will be making cameos in an episode or two.

The Olsen twins won't be appearing in the series.

You're definitely going to want your Netflix socks for this one so you don't miss a single episode while binge-watching "Fuller House" in February, so get knitting and soldering if you haven't already. "Fuller House" begins February 26.