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Is Fuller House Season 6 Still Happening After Cancellation?

Fuller House Season 6

As for the Fuller House Fans, this could be the bad news, that Fuller house may not be returning with Season 6. Read on to know more!

Fuller House is an American sitcom show that is aired on Netflix as an original. It was created as a sequel to the popular sitcom Full House, which aired between 1987 to 1995. The series revolves around a veterinarian mother of three sons who is now windowed. She lives together with her best friend Kimmy, sister Stephanie and her teenage daughter at her childhood home. The series is based in San Francisco, California.

The first season of Fuller House received several negative reviews. But then, later on, as the season progressed, many viewers were hooked to the show. But due to decreasing viewership of the sitcom, there is no renewal for season 6. Despite this, the cast is very positive about the fact that there are several stories that are still left to be told.

But everyone is still in a conundrum if Netflix is going to renew it? The social media handles of the show several messages of people asking will the show be renewed? Requesting information about the new season. In this article, we will find the updated information about Fuller House season 6.

Fuller House Season 6- Latest Status of Renewal

One thing Netflix doesn’t do is delay the renewal of any existing original series. It generally takes two to three months for Netflix to renew the show after it is premiered. They take this time to assess if the viewership of the series is adequate and how popular it is among the general public. For example, season 5 of Fuller House was aired in two parts, and the second part was aired in June 2020.

It has been more than a year, and Netflix has not released any official statement for the series renewal. According to some online sources, Season 5 was stated to be the final season of the popular sitcom. However, the cast and members are still hoping that they would get a 6th season for the series.

Possible Reasons for Fuller House Not Returning

Netflix is eyeing to create more original content, and in doing so, it is constantly assessing the performance and viewership of shows. Therefore, decrement in the viewership of the show is a cause of concern for Netflix. This can be a possible reason why Netflix won’t renew the series.

In the recent interview, the creator and director of the show Candace Cameron Bure went on to say that she was very happy with the response of season 5 and is not in favor of making new episodes. However, the cast feels that the characters had many stories to tell. But, due to recent reports, it is very unlikely that the series will be renewed for season 6.

If Netflix ever releases Fuller House season 6 – what would be the probable date?

Netflix can still renew the series for another season, according to the belief of many viewers. However, due to the ongoing pandemic, it is very unlikely that they will begin production by the end of 2021. Therefore, if Season 6 of Fuller House returns, it would be released by the end of the year 2022.

FAQ’s

1. Is season 6 of Fuller House Officially canceled?

There is no official statement for the renewal of the series. Therefore, it is safe to say that it has been canceled.

2. If there is a season 6, would we see Kimmy giving birth?

It was established in season 1 that Kimmy cannot become a mother. But, it was later found that she could, and therefore, we saw her pregnant by the end of season 5. Therefore, if season 6 ever returns, we might see her with a baby.

3. Why were the Olsen Twins not in Fuller House?

Due to their busy schedules, Ashley and Mary-Kate of the 1987 sitcom could not make an appearance in the new installments.

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