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
Candace Cameron Bure described season three as "summer fun", with a Fourth of July episode. Season 3 was split into two parts, with the first nine episodes on September 22nd, and the remaining nine released on December 22nd, 2017. See more »
Kimmy's family has gone through three changes in Full House and Fuller House. In the pilot of Full House, she has three sisters. For the rest of the series, she has only one older brother named Garth. Suddenly in season 2, she has a younger one named Jimmy. See more »
I only give it a 2 because I get laughs from it for the wrong reasons. This show feels like it's been made in some other dimension. The desperate and forced laugh tracks, the painfully bad writing, the overuse of nostalgia and badly, the annoying characters, the sometimes creepy "woo" tracks (like when the brother and sister hugged in Season 2), the stereotypes, the plot lines that were already becoming unoriginal in the 90s, the big huge house with everything but hardly anyone working, the guest stars who look as if they can't wait for it to be over, the selfish disgusting lead character DJ. There is still so much more to say beyond that. When me and my fiancé watch it, we feel as if we have entered another dimension where only these people exist and feel as if they are in real life but are not. The only real saving grace is Jodie Sweetin who I can almost feel her saying under her breath "At least I'm working but ****". Hate-watching it, however, is a little fun. Only a little though.
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