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”).
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.