Netflix Renews ‘Fuller House’ For Season 2 (VIDEO)
The series’ official Twitter made the exciting announcement, writing “Your list will get even fuller,” sharing a cute video of the cast, which includes Candace Cameron-Bure, newly-named DWTS contestant Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber, and their on-screen kids.
The big move comes less than two weeks after Fuller House bowed all thirteen episodes of its premiere season on Friday, February 26.
Now that Netflix has officially decided to give viewers more Tanners, there are a few big questions looming in their future.
The main one? Whether or not Mary-Kate or Ashley Olsen will decide to give the Full House reboot a chance. Multiple producers have said they would be happy to make space for Michelle Tanner’s portrayers — despite the shady way their absence was explained.
But the twins haven’t been in front of television cameras since the mid-2000s and don’t seem to be itching to get back.
If the child-stars-turned-fashion moguls decide to stay away, that will just mean more screen time for their TV sisters.
The first season of Fuller House is now streaming in its entirety on Netflix.