Posted 24 February 2019 - 10:12 PM
We have not seen the last of the Tanner-Fuller family. A little over a month after the release of Fuller House
‘s fourth season, the multi-camera comedy has been renewed for a fifth, which will also be the Full House
spinoff’s last. (You can watch the cast’s announcement below.)
Fuller House is coming to an end. I have to admit I didn't think it would end this soon, though I realize five seasons for any show is respectable.
I thought Fuller House did a good job of embracing the 90s sitcom attitude of the original while also bringing the concept into the 2010s. (What are we calling this decade anyway?) It could be extremely corny and it expressed sentiments you wouldn't see on a lot of modern sitcoms but it was funny and had great characters.
At least they were given notice and can wrap the show up in a satisfying manner.
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