‘Fuller House’ renewed for second season

(Courtesy Netflix)

(WCMH)– Netflix has renewed “Fuller House” for a second season less than a week after it debuted.

According to CNN, the show, a revival of the popular 90s sitcom “Full House”, received a warm reception on social media when it premiered February 26.

The show, which centers around D.J., who has recently widowed and has three young sons, follows her family after her sister and her best friend Kimmy move in with her.

The show received mix reviews from critics but has received favorable views on social media.

“Fuller House” features many of the original cast members including John Stamos as Uncle Jesse, Bob Saget as Danny Tanner, and Lori Loughlin as Becky.



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