‘Fuller House’ Back For Third Season on Netflix

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The second season of Netflix’s Fuller House had plenty of holiday themed episodes, including a Christmas show, but Netflix gave fans of the show a present of their own on Christmas Eve when they announced the revival was getting a third season.

Netflix made the announcement in a special video on the show’s Facebook page, with stars Candace Cameron Bure, John Stamos, Bob Sagat, Dave Coulier, and Jodie Sweetin passing around a Christmas gift that’s eventually revealed to have a message about the upcoming third season.

If you haven’t been following the reboot, it’s very similar to the popular 1980s show that featured a single dad raising three kids with the help of friends and family. In this version, daughter D.J. Tanner is the single parent, raising her two children with the help of younger sister Stephanie and best friend Kimmy.

The first two seasons, which were pretty popular with Netflix fans, are available for streaming now.

The third season of Fuller House is expected to debut some time in 2017.

Artie Beaty

Artie Beaty

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