The cast of "Fuller House" got together this week for their first table read for the series' final season — sans Lori Loughlin.
Bob Saget, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber posted photos of the gathering on Instagram this week.
"First table read of Season 5 - our last first table read. As @scottweinger so aptly put it, it’s like the first day of your Senior year. This one’s gonna be bittersweet," Barber wrote with a picture of the script.
Sweetin wrote, "We’re baaaaaack!" adding that the cast begins rehearsals next week.
The fifth season will be the last for "Fuller House." The show began on Netflix in 2016 as a sequel to the beloved family sitcom "Full House."
The sequel brought back most of the from the original run to reprise their iconic roles. Lori Loughlin, who played Aunt Becky, returned for her role as well, but she will not be returning for the final season.
Loughlin was cut from the show after she was charged in the college admissions scandal in March. Netflix has not released details about her departure or what will happen to her character.
Loughlin was also removed from her Hallmark show "When Calls the Heart."