'Full House' Cast Returns To Where It All Started On Broderick Street

The cast of famed '90s sitcom Full House made an appearance in San Francisco today to celebrate the upcoming second season of Netflix reboot Fuller House, which is set to premiere this week.

Bob Saget (Danny Tanner), Candace Cameron Bure (DJ Tanner), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner), and Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler) were all on hand for the festivities. 


As we reported yesterday, the show's creator, Jeff Franklin, just bought the Tanner family's "home" at 1709 Broderick St., which appears in exterior shots for both shows, for a whopping $4 million. The real-life house doesn't have an attic (sorry, Uncle Jesse fans), but it does have a newly renovated kitchen and a garden.

A line of fans crowded around to catch glimpses of the stars. | Photo: Stephen Jackson/Hoodline

Although Netflix has yet to announce whether Fuller House has been picked up for a third season, Franklin has repainted the front door red as a gesture to fans, and hopes to shoot exterior shots for the show there if it gets renewed.

He's also said that he'd like to bring the cast back for a day-long sleepover at the house on September 22nd, 2017, which will mark the show's 30th anniversary. In the meantime, however, it will undergo a substantial seismic retrofit, as it still has its original 1883-era foundation. 

Mr. Tanner (aka Bob Saget) enters his fictional abode. | Photo: Stephen Jackson/Hoodline

After some photo ops and interviews outside the home, the cast retreated into the residence to do, you know, family stuff. 

For those who are at work or unable to travel to Broderick Street right now, you can follow along with ABC7's live Facebook video.

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Full house cast returns to where it all started on broderick street