Netflix knows how to deliver the best Christmas present for its viewers and therefore has announced the renewal of the long time TV series Fuller House. Netflix seems to be on a roll and has now declared the good news of renewal of Fuller House with its third season coming up in 2017.
The official announcement of the show's comeback came a day before Christmas on Saturday on the Show's Facebook page. As per the announcement the Season 3 of the show is scheduled to air sometime in the upcoming year.
The American creator of the show Jeff Franklin teased a day before finally announcing the news of Show's renewal with an Instagram post promising a big news. The director later added an corrective update when he realised that he had posted the wrong date.
Airing as Netflix's original series, Fuller House is the revival and sequel of the 1987–95 television series, the TGIF sitcom Full House. Although there was no specific data released by Netflix regarding the ratings, but TVLine has reported that according to third-party calculation and analysis computed by Symphony, its been claimed that Fuller House drew 14.4 million viewers in the 18-49 demo during its first 35 days of release, the numbers contending one of the most popular and hit TV series 'The Walking Dead'.
The series revolves around the central character D.J. Tanner-Fuller, a veterinarian and widowed mother of three sons, whose sister and best friend also the mother of a teenage daughter provides support in her sons' upbringings by moving in with her.
Netflix ordered an initial 13 episodes for the second season of the TV series which were released on February 26, 2016 worldwide. In the season 2 of Fuller House that debuted this year included a guest turn from late Alan Thicke who died of a heart attack earlier this month at the age of 69.
With the good news of the upcoming season 3 we are all set to hear the cast screaming the premiere dialogues like "How rude!","Cut it out!", "Have mercy!"