"Fuller House" Season 4 is coming to Netflix later this year. And that may be the end for the "Full House" spinoff/sequel.
Or it may not. When it comes to an official announcement ... you don't got it, dude. Not yet.
All we have to go on so far is the word from TVLine, a reliable source when it comes to TV news.
According to that scoop...
"...TVLine has heard that Netflix is seriously considering ending 'Fuller House' with its upcoming fourth season. When reached for comment, a Netflix spokesperson told TVLine, 'No decision has been made about the future of Fuller House; we’re looking forward to the premiere of Season 4 later this year.'"
No reason for a (possible) cancellation was shared, but it's worth noting that series creator Jeff Franklin was fired as showrunner between Season 3 and the upcoming Season 4. It's possible that's a factor, if the show does end after Season 4. Or maybe they've just told all the story they want to tell? Or the actors are ready to move on?
If the series does end, it would be nice for the Olsen twins to show up for a cameo. They probably won't, and they don't owe anyone anything, but it would still be nice for them to return to the "home" that made them rich and famous.
"Fuller House" Season 4 was filmed in September, TVLine reports, including guest stars Lee Majors and Lindsay Wagner (aka The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman) as a pair of retired detectives; plus Leslie Grossman; Maria Canals-Barrera; and Josh Peck.
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