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Fuller House Renewed for a Second Season; Show Probably Won’t Be Renamed Fullest House

Netflix is going full House. Photo: Saeed Adyani/Netflix

Everywhere you look, everywhere you go, there’s a show (there’s a show) that people are watching. And that show is Fuller House. Wake up, San Francisco and other cities, we have Full House news. According to Variety, Netflix, the streaming site that gave Hemlock Grove three seasons, has renewed Fuller House for a second season. This renewal comes mere days after the reboot launched on February 26. Critics didn’t love it, but, since Netflix doesn’t release numbers, the renewal means we have to assume fans of catchphrases did. With a second season, will Mary-Kate Olsen (Ashley said she hasn’t acted since she was 17) once again blame timing for failing to appear on the show or will she tell the show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, “You got it, dude!” [Cue the explosive nostalgia-fueled laughter of a studio audience.]

Fuller House Renewed for a Second Season