Fuller House Is Now Streaming on Netflix, Hear What the Cast Predicts for Michelle Tanner's Future

<em>Fuller House</em> Is Now Streaming on Netflix, Hear What the Cast Predicts for Michelle Tanner's Future
Sarah Balch for InStyle.com
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The binge-a-thon we've been counting down to is finally here: all 13 episodes of Fuller House are now available to stream on Netflix. To celebrate the return of the Tannerinos, InStyle caught up with stars Candace Cameron Bure (who plays D.J. Tanner), Jodi Sweetin (who plays Stephanie Tanner), and, of course, Andrea Barber (who plays the one and only Kimmy Gibbler).

As much as we love the reunion, we couldn't help but miss the arguably most adorable member of the original series' cast: Michelle Tanner, played by twins Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen. "We give them a nod in the first episode," says Bure. "We actually talk about what Michelle is doing now in the first episode; she's running her fashion empire in New York. That's exactly what we thought she would be doing." In true Gibbler form, Barber joked, "Either that, or doing Double Mint Gum commercials."

RELATED: D.J. Gives Kimmy Parenting Tips in New Fuller House Sneak Peek

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Click here to stream the full first season of Fuller House.

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