Fuller House Season 3 announced


The Tanner-Fuller clan are staying.

Ever since the sequel to the retrospective Full House was given life on streaming service Netflix, it’s been hard to not feel nostalgic.

Friday 22nd of September sees D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), Kimmy (Andrea Barber) alongside with the ankle-biters and extended Tanner family, opening the door and leaving it ajar for a third series in 2017.

But what makes it more special for the return date, is that it marks 30 years since the first episode of Full House was broadcast on Friday 22nd September, 1987.

Though season 3 will be shown in a split season – the first 9 episodes will be released from Friday 22nd September launch date, then the end 9 episodes will be revealed sometime December.

You can catch up on Season 1 and 2, as well as the original Full House series, currently available on Netflix.





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