Fuller House final season

Adiós Tanneritos! Netflix gave us the gift of five seasons of Fuller House, a sequel to the show that debut in 1987. Fuller House centers around DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure) raising her three boys with the help of her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber).

For the final season of Fuller House, fans can expect a lot. DJ, Stephanie, and Kimmy are all engaged (triple wedding)! To discuss the farewell season and their experiences working on the beloved show, the cast joined Celebrity Page Correspondent Rachel Smith.

A multi-generational show audiences loved

Fuller House is a show the whole family could watch together. Candace Cameron Bure shares how the series reaches audiences of all different ages, saying:

"It's amazing our show is a multi-generational show. I mean it's really three generations of children today and then women that are our age and grandparents and there aren't many shows on television that are like that so it's been an incredible five years that we got to come back and reprise these characters and our love for them has grown even more."

Sad to say goodbye

Andrea Barber has loved playing the obnoxious and crazy character Kimmy, and it will be difficult to say goodbye. Barber explains to Smith:

"I'm really sad to say goodbye to this character because I loved playing her. She's so not like me in real life so it's been so fun just to be this wild character."

Thank you to the fans

Jodie Sweetin acknowledged all of the amazing fans they had over the years:

"We wouldn't have been able to do this without them, without their support and excitement for this show it never would happened so what an incredible gift they have been to us to love and cherish you know not only the Tanners but us personally for 30-some odd years I mean thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. We just we love you and we hope that you know you guys enjoy the last episode."

You can binge all of Fuller House available now on Netflix!

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Iconic interviews and what to expect

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Listen on Spotify, July 14th!