New series, same unrealistic expectations about tenancy in one of San Francisco's most expensive Painted Ladies.

Fuller Housea Netflix production that re-imagines'90s classic Full House 20 years later, will officially return in February 2016, the streaming service announced today (December 17). And in the above teaser, the Tanner family's San Francisco house looks almost exactly the same as it did in 1995, which is sort of like: How about a quick trip to CB2, guys?

In the clip above, a camera zooms around San Francisco streets — passing trolleys and hilly byways — before landing on a shot of the Tanners' kitchen, casting light on kids' refrigerator drawings and an accent piece that reads "eat." Then: That famous family room, complete with a miniature rendering of a merchant ship and "Home sweet home" pillow. A dog begins to paw at the front door, behind which we suddenly hear some familiar voices:

"Cut it out!"

"The hair, huh!"

"Deej!"

Fuller House will follow DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure), now a widowed mother of three, as she adjusts to her new life—and her sister, Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and best friend, Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), will help out. Original Full House cast members John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Lori Loughlin and Scott Weinger will all make guest appearances, according to TV Guide.

Check out the video above, and tell us what you're hoping to see from Fuller House.

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