Candace Cameron Bure Just Revealed the “Fuller House” Season 3, Part 2 Release Date
If you weren’t aware that season three of Fuller House is being released in two parts, you’re apparently not alone. Some fans were downright confused when only nine episodes appeared on Netflix when the show came back in September. But we’re here to assure you that more Tanner family fun is on the way. In fact, Candace Cameron Bure just revealed when we’ll be able to see the rest of the third season.
“We know we left things up in the air for the Fuller House season 3 finale, and some of you are probably staring at your screens saying, ‘Oh my-lanta!’ or ‘How rude!'” the actress (who plays DJ Tanner) said in a video message posted to the show’s Twitter account. “But we are gonna deal with this Tanner-style, head-on.”
Candace is here with some BIG news to help those mid-season blues! 🤗 pic.twitter.com/2pk8IoOhE2
— Fuller House (@fullerhouse) November 13, 2017
Addressing the question about why season three seemed so short (only nine episodes compared to the 13 episodes that we got in season one and season two), Bure reminded viewers that there will be a whopping 18 episodes in total this time around — nine in part one and nine in part two.
If you’ve already binged your way through the first half, take note: The remaining nine episodes will drop on Netflix on December 22, so you’ll be able to find out what happens with the whole Steve + D.J. + Matt love-triangle while sipping hot cocoa and nibbling on candy canes.
“Are you happy now?” Bure asked in the video. (We’re going to assume Fuller House fans are nodding enthusiastically in reply.) “Come on, bring it in for a hug,” she added. Oh, okay! *squeeze*
What did you think of the first nine episodes of Fuller House season three? Let us know @BritandCo!
(Photo via Michael Yarish/Netflix)
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