Twitter Is ALREADY Calling for Season 3 of Fuller House
We’ve barely finished watching Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (which proved Rory Gilmore is the actual worst), and already, Netflix has us covered on our next binging session.
Season two of Fuller House dropped just in time for the holidays yesterday, and though we’ve yet to fully dive in (no spoilers, please and thank you!), diehards of the show are way ahead of us, pulling all-nighters to finish the show.
Well I finished season 2 of fuller house in a day so there's that
— Adrianna (@adriporkss) December 10, 2016
I finished fuller house season 2 in a time span of 12 hours
— doris 🌹 (@lamedoris) December 10, 2016
That’s because, according to them, season two? Wayyyy better than season one. In fact, they’re loving every second spent with DJ and the gang, Olsen twins be darned (which is a good thing, since it doesn’t look like they’ll be making an appearance anytime soon).
— JK (@jessicathisis) December 10, 2016
I honestly think that Season 2 of #FullerHouse is better than the first season. The plots and characters are really well done.
— Briana Renee (@raysgal) December 10, 2016
— Kayla Chuba⚓ (@kaychoobz) December 10, 2016
Loved every moment of fuller house season 2!!
— Jacqlyn (@jaqueen0202) December 10, 2016
So good was season two, that fans are already calling for season three in droves.
So I know production and things must take a while and it's only been out for a day – but when's season 3? @fullerhouse
— Kelly Dunham (@KellyDunham14) December 10, 2016
I NEED MORE!!!
GIMME SEASON 3 ALREADY!!! — watching Fuller House
— Adrian Juarez (@OfficialAdrianJ) December 10, 2016
— Thomas Storaï (@ThomasStorai) December 10, 2016
Don’t worry, guys — if the show’s creator (AKA the new owner of the original Full House house) has his way, season three will not only be a go, it’ll include the iconic house that started it all as its backdrop for filming. Candace Cameron Bure is also likely to have a bit more free time to devote to the series, since she’s leaving The View in part to keep up with its success.
But, of course, there’s always the errant hater.
Just cringed my way through Season 2, Episode 1 of Fuller House.
— Hannah 🎄 (@HannahGruse) December 10, 2016
season 2 of fuller house is even cringier than season 1 why do i keep clicking next episode
— anastasia (@doddleoddles) December 10, 2016
Not enjoying #FullerHouse season 2 as much as the 1st. Where's the self-deprecating humour? Where are the cheap shots at this revival craze?
— Sebastian (@SebastianPeris) December 10, 2016
Welp, can’t please ‘em all, areweright? TBH, we’re a little surprised by the overwhelmingly positive reactions: While we loved season one, it certainly wasn’t met without its criticisms, with John Stamos even taking to television to combat the backlash.
It sounds like they’ve worked out any kinks they may have had in season one, however: Excuse us while we disappear for the next 13 hours…