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Fuller House Final Episodes: What We Know So Far

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Netflix‘s Fuller House will be coming to an end this year – but now we know when to expect all those bittersweet feelings! The premiere date for the final 9 episodes has been announced, and we’ve got the scoop on what’s next for America’s favorite family. Keep reading below for those details!


Netflix has announced the premiere date for the last episodes of Fuller House to begin on June 2. This is when the final 9 episodes will be available for streaming.


Stephanie, Kimmy, and DJ - Fuller House season 5
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Well, since the first part of season 5 aired, fans have been anxiously awaiting what’s to come, especially for DJ (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber).

If you’ve kept up with the series so far, you know that all 3 women have something in common now: they’re all engaged! Steve proposed to DJ, which sent “Steej” fans into a celebration. Kimmy is engaged – or, re-engaged, that is – to her ex-husband, Fernando. And yes, Stephanie Tanner is going to marry Kimmy’s brother, Jimmy Gibbler!

So, with all that information, we can expect the rest of season 5 to focus on the three women as they attempt to plan 3 weddings at once! On top of all that, there’s the kids to keep out of trouble, and the rest of their family to manage. Yeah, no pressure!

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Even better? Fuller House will have some pretty awesome guest stars return for the finale. Aside from the originals: Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier), and Jesse Katsopolis (John Stamos), there are a couple blasts from the past too!

David Lipper aka: Viper, along with Scott Menville aka: Duane both make appearances in the finale of Fuller House. David posted an Instagram shot with Scott, which you can see below:

If you follow the cast on Instagram, then you may have seen more photos like the one above from November 2019, which is when the final episode was filmed. It’s appropriately titled “Our Very Last Show, Again,” as a nod to their very first episode, “Our Very First Show, Again” which is derived from the original Full House premiere, “Our Very First Show.”


The cast has been keeping themselves pretty busy during the quarantine. Candace Cameron Bure finally got TikTok, Jodie has been taking care of her two daughters, and Andrea Barber lived every NKOTB fangirl’s dream when she took part in their live stream Glitter Party!

Be sure you’ve got June 2 written down in your calendar, and prep your Netflix queue for streaming, because the final episodes of Fuller House will be here sooner than you think!


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