If you're a Fuller House fan then by now, you've most likely finished watching the remaining episodes of season 3 and are left wondering what's next for the Tanner/Fuller/Gibbler crew. There are so many things to look forward to, like the fact that Kimmy successfully got pregnant with Stephanie and Jimmy's baby and is going to be their surrogate. Plus, D.J. and Steve got back together finally, but he's going to be moving to Los Angeles to be the LA Lakers' foot doctor, so we don't know what's going to happen to those love-birds. Will Jackson and Rocki ever become an official couple? Will Matt ever return to the animal practice and work alongside D.J. although he's still shook over their breakup? SO. MANY. QUESTIONS. Which leads us to...
Is there going to be a season 4 of Fuller House?
YES, YES YES. Have mercy, more episodes are on the way. TVLine has confirmed season 4 is happening, although it's unclear as to how many episodes the new season will consist of just yet. But we do know the new episodes are coming this year, which the official Fuller House Twitter account confirmed in their video update.
Jodie Sweetin, our beloved Stephanie Tanner, took to Instagram to share a precious selfie featuring her co-star Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber, letting us know she's just as pumped to be back with her She-Wolf Pack. "Well... it’s official... season 4 of @fullerhouse has been announced!! Can’t wait to get back to work with these lovely ladies @candacecbure @andreabarber and the rest of the FH family ASAP!! #fullerhouse #shewolfpack."
Before this official announcement of Season 4, the show's creator Jeff Franklin had told TVLine Netflix hadn't made a formal decision to renew the show or not.
"Because we haven’t been picked up yet, we haven’t had any discussions about creative direction or spoken with any of the actors," Jeff said about what could be in store next for the characters. And the show's official Twitter account did give us some hope with a tweet celebrating the fact that a new Tanner baby is on the way.
And they wouldn't be hyping up the upcoming arrival of Stephanie's baby she wanted for so long if we weren't going to see this journey play out, right? Well, now we know we'll get to see this all play out for ourselves.
Will more of the original Full House cast be back?
As we saw in the season 3 finale, Danny, Joey, Jesse, and Becky are all moving back to San Francisco. Danny told the girls he's going to move back into his house with them, Becky is now hosting Wake Up San Francisco without Danny, and Joey and Jesse bought the Smash Club (again), so that's for sure going to be a hot spot for the characters like it was in the OG Full House. This was done as a way to make it easier for these beloved characters to make more appearances on Fuller House that would go along with the storylines that are already in motion.
"It got to be really repetitive for me every time the dads or Becky would show up. We’ve had to bring them in with suitcases and reasons for them being there and it got to be the same thing over and over. I’m looking forward to them just being in town and whenever the storyline works, they can just be part of the gang again without making a big deal out of it. It’s going to feel much more normal to have them back in town. It depends on how many episodes their schedule allows and how much Netflix orders. But hopefully we’ll see more of them, not less," Jeff said to TVLine.
What does Vicky's return mean?
Another OMG moment from the season 3 finale was Vicky Larson's return. As any Full House fan knows, Danny was engaged to Vicky and proposed to her in Disney World, fireworks and all. They ended up breaking up when she got a job in Chicago but now, D.J. and Stephanie tracked down their almost step-mom to cheer up Danny, who as we saw, just lost his talk-show host job. While we all would love to see this couple get back together, Jeff mostly did this as a way to give the TV couple a proper send-off. He had left Full House after season 5 to work on another show and he simply wasn't a fan of how things played out after he wasn't actively working on the series anymore so he's been taking to Fuller House to give all the OG fans storylines he thinks they deserve.
"The storyline just took us to Danny getting divorced and being single again, and we felt it would be a good time to bring her back and reintroduce her. Not that there’s necessarily going to be a rekindling of their romance, but it was just a good time in our storytelling to see them together again. We spent a lot of time building Vicky’s character and building that relationship, and that one got ripped apart as well. I don’t think any of those decisions were big crowdpleasers back in the day. All of those little decisions contributed to the show’s early demise. For me, it’s just nice to bring her back and say we love you. That was what it was about for me," Jeff said about Vicky coming back.
Where can I watch Fuller House?
If you want to catch up on all three seasons, they're all available only on Netflix to stream whenever you want, as many time as you want.
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This post was originally published on Dec. 27, 2017, and has since been updated.