Have Mercy! 'Fuller House' Renewed For Season 2 On Netflix

And there's new hope the Olsens could join in on the fun.

Is "Fuller House" coming back? You got it, dude.

The "Full House" reboot has officially been renewed for Season 2 on Netflix, the show announced on Twitter. And now there's even hope the Olsen twins may reprise Michelle in future episodes.


"Fuller House," which flips things around to have D.J. Tanner-Fuller raise her three boys with the help of her sister Stephanie and BFF Kimmy, debuted on Netflix Feb. 26. Despite lackluster reviews, the show has had a massive response on social media, which has most likely influenced the quick Season 2 pickup.

“I knew that this kind of excitement was going to be there, but nobody else seemed to get it,” said creator Jeff Franklin to Variety.

Although the show throws massive amounts of shade at the Olsen twins for skipping out on the project, while speaking during the Television Critics Association press tour earlier this year, Franklin said he's "hopeful at some point in the future" the twins will reprise their role. "We only need one," he added. 




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