Fuller House: The Cast Wanted a Sixth Season to Happen

We have heard that the cast of Fuller House wanted to do a sixth season. Jeff Franklin created the show, and it is a sequel to Full House, series that ran between 1984 and 1995. Fuller House premiered on Netflix back in 2016. the series is about D.J. Tanner-Fuller (played by Candace Cameron Bure), which is a widowed mother of three sons and who lives in her childhood home, together with her sister Stephanie (played by Jodi Sweetin) and her best friend Kimmy (played by Andrea Barber). Most of the original cast reprised their roles for the revival. Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen did not come back for the role of Michelle Tanner, even if the character is mentioned occasionally. 

Back in January 2019, we learned that Fuller House would come to an end after season 5Even if it has been a revival of an incredible show, it was threatened by the cancellation and even some controversy throughout its run. But it did manage to survive in the industry. Usually, Netflix wants to rely on new and bold content because they want to get more subscribers, instead of just sticking to the familiar titles. However, Fuller House had the opportunity to provide closure for both fans and the characters of the show. 

According to some resources, Bure and the rest of the Fuller House cast wanted to do one more season. She stated that the cast was thrilled to have five seasons, and she made allusion to the viewership calculation of Netflix, stating that this might have played a role in why the series ended after the fifth season. 


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