In a continuation of Full House (1987), D.J. Fuller is a mother of three young boys and is a recent widow. D.J.'s sister Stephanie, her best friend Kimmy and Kimmy's teenage daughter all move in to help raise her sons. The house is now a lot fuller.
Fuller House is a spin-off series based on the hit ABC family sitcom Full House (1987-95) created and executive produced by Jeff Franklin for Netflix. D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron-Bure) is a recently widowed mom to a 13-year-old named Jackson (Michael Campion), 7-year-old named Max (Elias Harger), and a newborn son named Tommy (Fox and Dashiell Messitt). After realizing she is unable to cope with the demands of holding a full time job as a veterinarian in addition to raising three kids, her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and childhood best friend Kimmy (Andrea Barber), who is also the mother of a 13-year-old daughter (Soni Bringas), offer to move in to bring up her children.Written by
The Mr. Woodchuck puppet used by Dave Coulier was a gift given to him by talk show host Jimmy Fallon. The original puppet had been destroyed by Dave's yellow labrador, Ranger, shortly after Full House ended in 1995. See more »
In the original series, when Nicky and Alex were born, Jesse built a room on the left (from the viewers' perspective) by the stairs and next to the bathroom. In the reboot, their old room is now on the opposite side of the attic where the closet originally was, and is also quite a bit smaller than the original room. See more »
If you liked Full House, you'll love Fuller House!
Let me just start by saying that I rarely ever give anything a 10 star rating. I just finished watching all 13 episodes in one sitting, and I couldn't get enough of it. I'm sick to death of all the negative reviews this show is getting. I don't know how you can be a fan of the original, and not love Fuller House. I went in with very low expectations, and still can't believe how much I enjoyed it. Look, I'm not above criticism. I can't even watch a rerun of Full House without cringing, and though I found myself cringing a couple of times during Fuller House it wasn't bad cringing. The show didn't try to reinvent itself to match today's times. It was Full House part 2. Anyone criticizing Fuller House either wasn't a fan of the original, or hasn't watched it in so long that they forgot what the show actually was. It was never must-see TV. It was fun. A lot of people tend to get all bent out of shape over fan service, but I am the complete opposite. The more fan service the better. I can never get enough of that stuff. If you're looking for callbacks to the original, and classic catch phrases you won't be disappointed. Fuller House delivers in every way that it could, and more. It's nice to see that in a world where everything else is different, the Tanner's remain the same. They say that this was for the fans, and whether true or not IMO they fully delivered. Don't listen to the negative reviews. If you liked the original you most likely will like this one as well. I know I did.
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