Ladies and gentlemen, the Tanners — along with the Fullers, Gibblers, Gladstones, Katsopoli, etc. — have left the building. Friday marked the last day of shooting for Netflix’s Fuller House, whose fifth and final season is expected to drop later this year. (The 18-episode season will reportedly debut in two parts, the second of which will arrive sometime in 2020.)
The family comedy’s final episode is titled “Our Very Last Show, Again,” a nod to the series premiere of Fuller House (“Our Very First Show, Again”), which itself was referencing the first episode of Full House (“Our Very First Show”).
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Fuller House‘s cast members — some of whom have been playing their characters for more than three decades — got expectedly emotional as the final day approached, taking to social media to express their mixed feelings of sadness and gratitude.
Unfortunately, while most fan-favorite characters in the Tanners’ orbit will appear in the final season, you probably shouldn’t count on seeing Aunt Becky this time around; actress Lori Loughlin is currently facing serious jail time for her role in the now-infamous “Varsity Blues” college admissions scandal.
Browse our gallery of behind-the-scenes photos from Fuller House’s final days — you can click here for direct access — then drop a comment with your hopes for Season 5 below.
Launch Gallery: <i>Fuller House</i> Series Finale Photos
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