More details about upcoming "Full House" spinoff series "Fuller House" have emerged, giving fans a closer glimpse at two new characters who will add some sexual tension to the show.
TVLine reports that the series is currently casting two key roles: Danny's (Bob Saget) new wife, Teri, and Kimmy's (Andrea Barber) ex-husband, Fernando. According to the site, Teri is "a 40-year-old African-American woman described as 'attractive, vivacious ... and youthful.' She also apparently has 'quite an appetite for Danny and isn't afraid to shower him with affection.'"
Fernando, meanwhile, is described as "inappropriately passionate." Per TVLine, "Like Teri, Fernando has 'quite an appetite' for the opposite sex, which is partially why he and Kimmy are no longer together. That said, he's 'relentless' in his attempts to reunite with his ex-wife, and he maintains a close relationship with their daughter Ramona."
Both Teri and Fernando are described as recurring characters, meaning like Danny's former "Full House" flame, Vicky, or Kimmy herself, the duo will appear often, but likely not in every episode. They join regular cast members Saget, Barber, John Stamos, Lori Loughlin, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, and Jodi Sweetin.
"Fuller House" hits Netflix sometime in 2016.