‘Fuller House’ to end with Season 5
Time to say goodbye to the Tanners again
Netflix is giving “Fuller House” one last season. The streaming service confirmed the renewal today and left a goodbye message for fans. The show starred Candace Cameron Bure as D.J. Tanner-Fuller, Jodie Sweetin as Stephanie Tanner, Andrea Barber as Kimmy Gibbler, Juan Pablo Di Pace as Fernando, Soni Nicole Bringas as Romona, Michael Campion as Jackson, Elias Harger as Max, Dashiell and Fox Messitt Twins as Baby Tommy, Scott Weinger as Steve Hale, John Brotherton as Matt Harmon, and Ashley Liao as Lola.
The spinoff should still be considered a hit, lasting five seasons where big shows like “Marvel’s Daredevil” only got three.
The show was a continuation of the hit 90s series “Full House,” but this time veterinarian and recently widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller finds herself living in her childhood home with younger sister and aspiring musician Stephanie Tanner and DJ’s lifelong best friend/fellow single mother Kimmy Gibbler.
The women reuniting to help support one another navigate careers, parenting, and relationships with the kind of love and humor you can only get from the people you grew up with.
The Tanner childhood house is fuller than ever though with not only DJ’s three boys — the awkward 13-year-old Jackson, neurotic 7-year-old Max and baby Tommy Jr. — but also Kimmy’s feisty teenage daughter Ramona and Kimmy’s not so estranged ex-husband Fernando all under the same roof.
Bob Boyett and Jeff Franklin serve as executive producers. Fuller House is produced by Miller-Boyett Productions and Jeff Franklin Productions in association with Warner Horizon Television for Netflix.