Release Date: February 2016
Episodes: 13 episodes about 30 mins each
Overview: The gang is back, well most of them, in the re-vamped Full House spin-off, Fuller House!
DJ has become a single mom with three young boys. In her time of need, her gracious family steps in with lots of help and hugs, staying true to the "Tanner" way.
What I loved: Um, everything? I'm a 90's kid, so Full House used to be my jam. I can't even begin to explain my excitement when I found out there was going to be a Fuller House on Netflix.
What I love the most about Fuller House is I feel like it was written particularly for the audience who used to watch Full House. Some of the humor is a little more "mature", but if you were a fan when you were younger, obviously you're old enough now to understand and appreciate the writing. Yes, some of the lines are still a little corny and cheesey, but that's what makes it so great!
The show also highlights how much times have changed since the Full House days including slang and lingo, technology and other aspects of pop culture.
It's a great representation of the circle of life too. DJ used to be a punk kid, and now she's raising her own. Max, DJ's middle child, is my absolute favorite. He's adorable and hysterical, he's the best.
Fuller House is everything I could have dreamed it to be. I've laughed and cried, just like I used to do when I watched Full House as a kiddo.
What I didn't: My only issues with Fuller House are very minor. Firstly, I thought it was a tad odd the writers had Stephanie grow up to be an entertainer and party girl considering in real life, Jodie Sweetin had substance abuse issues.
Also, I wish Jesse, Rebecca, Danny and Joey were in the show more often, hopefully in Season 2 they will have more appearances! And yes, a second season has been confirmed.
Also, the Olsen twins are absent from the show which still makes me mad. I want to call them up and say, "How rude!!!" However, the few jabs in the show towards the twins were pretty rad.
"You got it dude!"