You Got It, Dude! Fuller House Renewed for Season 2

03/02/2016 AT 09:20 AM EST

Like the stylist responsible for Kimmy Gibbler's wardrobe, Netflix subscribers can't seem to get enough of the '80s and '90s.

The streaming service has been renewed Fuller House for season 2 less than a week after the first 13 episodes dropped.

Despite mixed reviews, fans of the original, San Francisco-set family sitcom Full House, which ran for eight seasons from 1987-1995, went crazy for the revival, binging through the night and taking social media by storm.

The Fuller House cast includes original stars Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Lori Loughlin, Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber.

Could a second season mean child-actors-turned-fashion-designers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen might finally make a cameo as Michelle Tanner?

"I'm hoping that if we get to do more, maybe the Olsen twins will come and visit," creator Jeff Franklin previously told PEOPLE. "I was honestly disappointed that they didn't come and play with us for at least an episode. But the door is still open and everybody is still friends and I hope that someday they'll decide that it seems like fun to come back and visit us. I'm hoping that will happen. They were missed."

Stamos, 52, and Cameron-Bure, 39, celebrated the news on Instagram, thanking their fans.

Season 2 coming soon to @netflix!!! #FullerHouse #bingewatching #Cantwait

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Fuller House season 1 is streaming now on Netflix.
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