Warning: Spoilers ahead. Fans were left pretty emotional on June 2, 2020, when the final episode of Fuller House aired on Netflix. Yep, the iconic Full House spinoff series has officially come to an end, but that doesn’t mean that the cast doesn’t have some pretty epic ideas for what could have happened next! That’s right, Candace Cameron Bure just opened up about what she would have wanted to see happen if the show had a sixth season, and boy, are her ideas epic!
For those who missed it, back in the Season 3, Kimmy Gibbler became a surrogate for Stephanie Tanner and her husband, Jimmy Gibbler, after Stephanie revealed that she was infertile. She gave birth to the couple’s daughter, Dani, during the fourth season. But in the final moments of the show, Stephanie revealed that she was able to conceive after all, and that she was expecting her second child.
“The fact that we didn’t highlight Dani, Stephanie’s baby, very much in Season 5, to me that was a bit disappointing,” Candace revealed to Insider in a new interview. “We understand why they didn’t [show Stephanie parenting], but that was something that I would have wanted to see in Season 6, her truly raising a baby. I would have liked to have seen a lot more story lines with the kids and particularly the babies because I think that’s something that was so special in Full House. You actually saw the stages and growth from an infant into a toddler.”
For those who missed it, Stephanie, Kimmy and Cameron’s character, D.J. Tanner, all got married to their respective others in the finale.
“I think there are still so many stories that could be told in the Fuller house, especially with all of them being married, and then [with them] still living under the same roof together,” the actress continued. “I think there’s so much more.”
It turns out, the show was actually supposed to have a sixth season.
“The thought or the intent behind all of us was that it was going to go six seasons,” she added. “We were thrilled that we had five. I know there was some disappointment though that we didn’t have the sixth season, but there are other network reasons, we aren’t privy to that information, as to why they made that decision one season early.”
Previously, the 44-year-old hinted that it may not be the end of the show after all.
“Who knows what will happen in 10 or 15 years. Never say never,” she told TV Insider. “If there is another opportunity, I know all of us would reprise these characters again.”
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