Candace Cameron Bure: First 'Fuller House' Tapings Got 'Crazy' Reaction

The "Full House" sequel series is set to premiere on Netflix in 2016.

Two episodes of Netflix's "Fuller House" have already been filmed, and star Candace Cameron Bure says fans won't be disappointed.

During a conversation with HuffPost Live on Monday about her new book Dancing Through Life: Steps of Courage and Conviction, the actress behind D.J. Tanner said the people who have seen the first episodes of the show embraced the "Full House" reboot with open arms.

"The [studio] audiences were going crazy" as they watched the show tape, Bure recounted. "It's exceeded all of our expectations."

Watch Candace Cameron Bure discuss shooting the first two "Fuller House" episodes in the video above, and catch her full conversation with HuffPost Live here.

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