An early Christmas present for all you Tannerinos out there: Netflix has renewed Fuller House for a third season.
Creator Jeff Franklin teased the renewal the day before with an Instagram post that promised “big news”… then added an update when he realized he’d gotten the date wrong.
Per the announcement, Season 3 will drop sometime in 2017.
Netflix’s revival of the ’90s TGIF sitcom Full House — starring original cast members Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) and Andrea Barber (Kimmy) — made a big splash when it premiered back in February. Netflix never releases ratings info, but third-party analyst Symphony claims Fuller House drew 14.4 million viewers in the 18-49 demo during its first 35 days of release — numbers comparable to huge hits like The Walking Dead.
Season 2 of Fuller House debuted earlier this month, including a guest turn from the late Alan Thicke and another plea from the cast for Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to join the show and reprise their role as Michelle. Maybe in Season 3, we can finally hear a grown-up Michelle say, “You’ve got it, dude”?
Are you psyched for another season of Fuller House? And what did you think of Season 2? Have mercy and join us in the comments.