Fans were excited for a trip down the nostalgia lane when Netflix decided to revive the hit 1980-90s sitcom Full House with a sequel titled Fuller House. As a result, the series created by Jeff Franklin has managed to impress the old fans while also introducing a whole new generation of fans to the characters. After the premiere of the second part of the fifth season, fans are been wondering about Fuller House Season 6. But will that ever happen? Let us find that out-
What Happened In The Last Season?
At the end of Fuller House Season 5, viewers saw Jimmy start pleading the guys after the rehearsal dinner to depart before midnight. He believed that seeing the bride before the wedding may bring bad fortune for them. Meanwhile, we saw Jimmy unleash a curse when he glimpsed Stephanie past midnight. On the other hand, The clan does become nervous as midnight is coming closer. However, DJ tried to ensure Jimmy that he should not be worried as there would be no curse.
Furthermore, when the girls arrive the next day, they find out the government has actually taken over the wedding venue. As a result, they decide to shift the wedding location to their home. Meanwhile, DJ interprets the closing of the wedding venue as an omen and says they should have the ceremony in their backyard. That might have been the plan all along.
Fuller House Cast!
The revived Fuller House series features a pack of talented cast members who have delivered a powerful performance. The cast includes Candace Cameron Bure reprising her role of DJ Tanner from the prequel. DJ’s sister, Stephanie Tanner, is played by Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber enacts Kimmy Gibbler, D.J.’s best friend. Sweetin and Barber also reprise their roles from the original series.
The show also starred late Bob Saget as Danny Tanner, Dave Coulier as Joey Gladstone, John Stamos as Jesse Katsopolis, and Scott Weinger appears as Steve Hale. In addition, other cast members include Michael Campion as DJ’s son, Jackson Fuller, while DJ’s second son Max is played by Elias Harger, and Fox Messitt plays Tommy Fuller Jr. In addition, Soni Bringas, Juan Pablo Di Pace, and Adam Hagenbuch are also part of Fuller House cast. If the show comes back with Fuller House Season 6, we may see most of these cast members returning in their roles.
Will There Be Fuller House Season 6?
The second part of the fifth season of Fuller House premiered on Netflix on June 2, 2020. And as far as the sixth season is concerned, Netflix announced in January 2019 that the fifth season of Fuller House would be the end of the sitcom drama series. Hence, we would like to inform the fans that Fuller House Season 6 is canceled.
Even though the show has been seeming canceled, but looks like cast member Candace Cameron hasn’t made peace with it. According to a report by US Weekly, she said she is optimistic about the show getting another season. She said she would love to be a part of another season. Cameron feels the show still has more stories to tell, and the cast members would absolutely love to be part of Fuller House season 6. Cadence Cameron also stated that every day she gets messages daily requesting updates about Fuller House Season 6.
Is Fuller House Based On A Real Story?
‘Fuller House’ may have piqued the interest of some viewers who wondered if it was based on a real account. Are there any plot arcs that are based on genuine events? No, that is not the case. ‘Fuller House’ is an entirely made-up show. The show’s stories are all made up, which is understandable given that it is a reboot. A revamp based on a factual story would be difficult to pull off.
Fuller House is a revival of the fictional sitcom ‘Full House,’ which was itself rebooted. Except for a few important characters, the reboot strives to keep a few things from the original. To start with, the show takes place in the same mansion in San Francisco as the original.
While ‘Fuller House’ isn’t based on a true-to-life story, some of the descriptions are very accurate. Its portrayal of being a single parent, for example, can be quite realistic at times. For example, in the first episode of the show, DJ sobs because she fears she won’t be able to raise a child alone.