From 1987 to 1995, we laughed and cried with the Tanner family through "Full House," and on February 26, 2016, Netflix gave the world a revival series, "Fuller House." The second season had just been released, but between filming this new show's seasons, what else have these stars been up to?

Candace Cameron Bure

Candace followed in the footsteps of her older brother, Kirk Cameron, and pursued acting, which led to her being cast as D.J.

Tanner, the oldest daughter in "Full House." Since the show ended, Candace married hockey player Valeri Bure, had three children and appeared in "Dancing with the Stars." She loves being back with her original cast in "Fuller House"...so much so that she hopes it never ends and grows into "Fullest House."

Jodie Sweetin

Jodie has been married and divorced three times, resulting in two children. She began her career as a four-year-old in a hot dog commercial...then dealt with drug and alcohol addiction...which led to her writing a memoir, "unSweetined," in 2009.

She’s excited to be back with her TV family, something that's dear to her and has been since she was five years old, being the only one to appear in every episode of both "Full House" and "Fuller House."

Andrea Barber

After playing Kimmy Gibbler, Andrea opted for a quieter life of motherhood. The only time she was on the screen between "Full House" and "Fuller House" was in a 2012 short by co-star Dave Coulier.

Scott Weinger

In fall 1994, Scott left LA - and being Steve in "Full House" - to attend Harvard University.

After graduating, he made a comeback, starring in "Shredder," producing an award-winning short called "The Cricket Player," providing his voice for Disney video games and writing for the WB’s "Like Family" and "What I Like About You."

Bob Saget

Bob tried to see more humorous success with shows like "Raising Dad" and "Surviving Suburbia" but finally settled as the narrator of "How I Met Your Mother."

John Stamos

John won two Soap Opera Digest Awards, played drums with The Beach Boys and acted in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." After being the first to announce his departure from "Full House" he was involved in the Roundabout Theatre Company's musical "Nine," ABC’s show "Jake in Progress," the Broadway revival of "Bye Bye Birdie" and appearances on various TV shows and commercials.

Dave Coulier

Hanna-Barbera's "Scooby-Doo" and "Scrappy-Doo." "Muppet Babies," "Skating with Celebrities" "Shredderman Rules" "The Surreal Life," and "Robot Chicken," are just a few of the shows Dave has showcased his talent in.

Lori Loughlin

Lori is best known as Rebecca Donalson-Katsopolis, but she’s also portrayed Ava Gregory in "Summerland" (which she also co-created and produced!), Gelsey Alexander in the 2007 film "Moondance Alexander" and characters in Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's movies. Her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, is the creator of the Mossimo clothing line, and the two are happily raising children together.

Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit

Dylan, who is 21 minutes older than his twin, is credited as working in the sound departments of "Black Sails," "Game of Thrones" and movies such as "Furious 7," while Blake is focusing on leading a normal life. The two are cousins of actress Lisa Wilhoit and running a food truck in the "Fuller House" universe.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

Speaking of twins, the MIA Mary-Kate and Ashley are busy being fashion designers, producers, authors and businesswomen. What began when the girls were just nine months old turned into an empire full of straight-to-video movies, fragrances, fashion dolls, television shows and surprising appearances in a music video and Weeds.

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