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Television PopWrapped | Television

Fuller House Is Granted A Third Season At Netflix

Kyle Walton | PopWrapped Author

Kyle Walton

12/30/2016 12:16 am
PopWrapped | Television
Fuller House Is Granted A Third Season At Netflix | Fuller House
Media Courtesy of Los Angeles Times

Fuller House fans rejoice! After some deliberation, the popular Netflix original series has officially been renewed for a third season.

News of the popular comedy series' renewal was released Saturday on the official Fuller House social media accounts, including Twitter and Facebook.

After the successful release of the first two seasons in February and December of 2016Fuller House Season 3 is set to debut on Netflix sometime in 2017.

The show is popular mostly with die-hard fans of the original 90s sitcom Full House and features a similar plot and most of the original cast members, including  Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber. The women play now-adult versions of their original characters DJ Tanner, Stephanie Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler, as they struggle with parenting DJ's three sons and Kimmy's teenage daughter.

The women live together with their children (and Kimmy's fiancé) in the original Tanner household in San Francisco, California.

The series also features Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave CoulierLori Laughlin, and Scott Weinger as recurring characters Danny Tanner, Uncle Jesse, Joey Gladstone, Aunt Becky and Steve Hale, respectively. Although neither Mary-Kate nor Ashley Olsen have expressed interest in reprising their role as Michelle Tanner, fans and cast members hold out hope.

Season 3 will continue their full-season release schedule, with all episodes of the season available on release day sometime in 2017. Currently, fans of the original Full House and its spin-off can catch up on Seasons 1 and 2 of the series, available now on Netflix.


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