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Will Netflix Run a Second Season of 'Fuller House'? What Are Critics Saying of The New Show?

( [email protected] ) Feb 29, 2016 07:25 PM EST
The Netflix 1st season of Fuller House delighted many fans starting on the 26th of February. Raise your hand if you've watched all thirteen episodes! Who did it all in one day? Many fans are already done, and can't wait for more! So will there be a second season? Many people are hopeful! Here's what we know at the moment.
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The Netflix 1st season of Fuller House delighted many fans starting on the 26th of February. Raise your hand if you've watched all thirteen episodes! Who did it all in one day? Many fans are already done, and can't wait for more! So will there be a second season? Many people are hopeful! Here's what we know at the moment.

Andrea Barber, the actress who plays DJ's best friend, Kimmy Gibbler, told PEOPLE  back in December, "We're all very hopeful and crossing our fingers that we get to do it again. It was so much fun doing the first 13 that I don't feel finished. I definitely want to do more."

Dave Coulier also added his input, "If I was the guy in charge I'd say yeah, I think there's a gigantic Full House base that will just devour these. Only time will tell and the audience is the one who really is the barometer of this. It's pretty much hope and wait." The actor, who plays the fun-loving, youthful 'Uncle Joey,' made an appearance in three of the first season's episodes. His beaver puppet, Mr. Woodchuck, even made a small comeback- to the chagrin of Bob Saget.

John Stamos, whose character of 'Uncle Jesse' seems to have not aged a bit, is an executive producer of the sitcom comeback. He would like to have more time to expand on the kids' characters. He says, "Next season, if we get one, I want to develop the kids more on the show. Have them carry a little more story, a little more emotional stuff."

Bob Boyett, the other executive producer told PEOPLE also that Mary-Kate told them that if the character of Michelle was ever to make an appearance on the show, that it would have to be her, because her twin, Ashley, doesn't want to do it. She didn't appear in the first season because of bad timing, The show paid tribute to her character, though- even breaking the fourth wall in the first episode- which was met with mixed reviews. Will they appear in a second season? "Maybe," says Boyett,"I mean, I still love them and stay close to them and am very friendly with them. And they've never closed the door to anything."

This season of Fuller House brought out the critics again. Sure, it was a little cheesey. Critics didn't like the original Full House anyway. The show is a bit edgier than some remember the original being. It seems to be catering more to the adult audience that grew up watching the show, than to the kids of those adults. It's a bit contrasted compared to the Disney Channel show, Girl Meets World, which is a similar concept to Fuller House in that it brings back the old Boy Meets World full circle. It's very similar, indeed, but the adult humor probably couldn't be brought to Disney in the same way.

Candace Cameron Bure has met some backlash with Christians, and also with non-Christians. Some Christians didn't feel the dress she wore on an episode was appropriate, and she ended up taking the Instagram picture she posted of her in that dress down. Others have disagreed with her conservative views, and she is often in the minority on her other show, The View. "'I'm too religious, I'm not Godly enough, I'm too thin now, I'm not very humble, I've had too much plastic surgery, My brother Kirk is a better Christian than me, I'm too worldly, I'm too conservative, I'm not modest enough, I'm a show-off.' Those are just a few of the types of comments I get no matter what I share, what photo I post or what I say," Bure said in a blog post she wrote in 2014.

So, will there be a season 2 for viewer nostalgia? Netflix hasn't officially set anything, but rumors are out there that there should be a return, and producers and actors are all on board. Are you ready for the next season?

 

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