Fuller House Releases Trailer For First Half Of 5th Final Season

Cast of Fuller House

The Fullers and Tanners are coming back soon!

Netflix released a new trailer for part of the fifth and final season of Fuller House; the nostalgia-filled comedy that rebooted the beloved Full House from the '90s. Kids and parents are excited to revisit the clan as they welcome Stephanie's new baby home and the kids get into all kinds of trouble. The show is just as fun as if used to be back in the 1990's.

The trailer revealed one more exciting thing to come in the next season. DJ and Steve are talking about getting married! Their romance has been a part of our lives since the first show, when they were high school sweethearts. They got back together in the new series, and we definitely want to know if they will have a happy ending.

This is the final season of the show, and it comes without Lori Loughlin. The original Aunt Becky has guest-starred throughout the past four seasons, with her character still married to Uncle Jesse, who are now raising an adopted little girl on the show. But Lori is currently facing charges in the college acceptance scandal, and she was fired. We wonder how the plotline will evolve or if they will even explain Becky's absence.

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DJ, Stephanie and Kimmy in Fuller House
Credit: Netflix/Fuller House

Fuller House has become a hit with many. Kimmy's antics are still so funny, as they were in Full House. The show is also inputting the same kind of life lessons. It's still as corny, memorable, and family-friendly as it was in the first series.

DJ, Stephanie, and Kimmy's friendship is still great. The way that they support each other as women, and as single moms, is really great. They are undeniably funny. Some people love it when the older generation drops in for a few laughs.

If your kids ask to watch its predecessor, you might have to revisit the classic episodes. They will notice the differences, but appreciate them. We will miss the Tanners and Fullers, but we have hope that they will be back for another generation.

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