Full House fans can celebrate as the hit show’s sequel Fuller House is available today on Netflix. The streaming video service now has Fuller House Seasons 1 and 2 and just in time for the holidays. While some critics might be a bit heavy-handed when reviewing the show, for example, Rotten Tomatoes gave Season 1 an underwhelming 32 percent, fans have proved they like Fuller House and are happy it’s back. Fuller House fans gave the series a 75 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and it has a 7.1 on IMDb. There’s no question that Fuller House has its devoted fans and many families are thrilled to have the second season in time for Christmas. You can watch Fuller House live streaming online at Netflix, and you may also follow Fuller House on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Check out original video clips, trailers and behind-the-scenes footage in the video player above. In addition to the Season 2, Dec. 9, 2016, premiere, Netflix is celebrating with a Fuller House holiday card. You can create your own holiday card at the site as well.
The Fuller House cast is as follows.
- Candace Cameron Bure as D.J. Tanner-Fuller
- Jodie Sweetin as Stephanie Tanner
- Andrea Barber as Kimmy Gibbler
- Juan Pablo Di Pace as Fernando
- Soni Nicole Bringas as Romona
- Michael Campion as Jackson
- Elias Harger as Max
- Dashiell and Fox Messitt Twins as Baby Tommy
- Scott Weinger as Steve Hale
- John Brotherton as Matt Harmon
- Ashley Liao as Lola
- John Stamos as Jesse Katsopolis
- Lori Loughlin as Rebecca Donaldson-Katsopolis
- Dave Coulier as Joey Gladstone
- Bob Saget as Danny Tanner
Fuller House finds the Tanner children grown and D.J Tanner has suddenly become a widow. Raising three sons and working as a veterinarian, D.J finds herself returning to her childhood home. She moves in with Stephanie, her younger sister, and her best friend Kimmy Gibbler who is also a single mother. Together, the women tackle life’s challenges and ups and downs. While in the original series Full House, the drama focused on the Tanner girls, the house is now filled with D.J.’s boys and Kimmy’s teenager daughters. Those watching Fuller House Season 2 will find that the season is filled with holiday episodes. From Halloween to New Year, there’s plenty of Fuller House to celebrate family bonds in a heartfelt manner.
Fuller House Season 1 premiered on Feb. 26, 2016. The show is produced by Miller-Boyett Productions and Jeff Franklin Productions in association with Warner Horizon Television for Netflix. Jeff Franklin and Bob Boyett are the show’s executive producers. The following is the episode listing for Season 1. Each Fuller House season consists of 13 episodes that are approximately 30 minutes long.
Fuller House Season 1 Episodes
- “Our Very First Show, Again”
- “Moving Day”
- “Funner House”
- “The Not-So Great Escape”
- “Mad Max”
- “The Legend of El Explosivo”
- “Ramona’s Not-So-Epic Party”
- “Secrets, Lies and Firetrucks”
- “War of the Roses”
- “A Giant Leap”
- “Partnerships in the Night”
- “Save the Dates”
- “Love is in the Air”
Fuller House Season 2 Episodes
- “Welcome Back”
- “Mom Interference”
- “Ramona’s Not-So-Epic First Kiss”
- “Curse of Tanner Manor”
- “Doggy Daddy”
- “Fuller Thanksgiving”
- “Girl Talk”
- “A Tangled Web”
- “Glazed and Confused”
- “New Kids in the House”
- “DJ and Kimmy’s High School Reunion”
- “Happy New Year Baby”
Check out this video clip showing the announcement of Season 1 Fuller House. You can see some tweets and photos by Fuller House cast members below.
Because Fuller House is only available on Netflix, you must have a subscription to watch the show. Some people choose to watch Netflix with friends and family members if they don’t have their own subscriptions. There are multiple ways to watch Netflix including the Netflix website and Netflix apps through smart TVs and gaming devices. In a recent press release, Netflix announced the addition of a download feature that allows Netflix subscribers to download their favorite programs for offline viewing. Are you going to watch Fuller House this holiday season?
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