Cue the "aww" track: "Fuller House" Season 3's release date has been revealed, and it marks a special day in TV history.

The Netflix sitcom's creator, Jeff Franklin, shared the news Monday on Instagram, letting fans know that the next season of the family comedy will begin streaming on Sept. 22. That date is significant because it coincides with the 30th anniversary of the debut of the show's predecessor, "Full House," which Franklin also created. Apparently, he plans to have a drink that night in honor of both the anniversary and the sequel series' Season 3 premiere -- and he probably won't be the only one.

Just what "Fuller House" Season 3 will explore has yet to be unveiled, but more heartwarming adventures from the Tanners and friends are always welcome. Stars Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie), and Andrea Barber (Kimmy) will all be back, among many other returning stars. As in the first two seasons, expect John Stamos (Uncle Jesse), Lori Loughlin (Aunt Becky), Bob Saget (Danny), and Dave Coulier (Uncle Joey) to occasionally drop in.

Look for "Fuller House" Season 3 on Netflix starting Sept. 22.

[via: Jeff Franklin/Instagram; h/t: Deadline]