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Fuller House fans have finally gotten what they’re wishing for… Netflix just confirmed that they’ve given the greenlight for a fourth season.
And it’s about time they got this good news, because the last episode of Season 3 was quite the cliffhanger.
— Kristen Maldonado (@kaymaldo) October 1, 2017
As you may recall, “Wedding or Not Here We Come” ended on quite the suspenseful note. Back in September, it looked as though Steve would finally get over his high school love, DJ, and move on.
Then, right at the end, she dropped a bombshell that left him and the audience stunned.
As the Fuller House gang flew to Japan for Steve’s wedding to CJ, DJ confessed she still loved him. Too bad this tender moment was ruined by the fact that she wore a sleep mask and thought she was talking to Kimmy.
Meanwhile, Matt plans to propose to DJ. So… Now what?
Meanwhile, Kimmy may soon be pregnant, as she’s agreed to be a surrogate for Stephanie and Jimmy.
Here’s the scene that’s had fans going crazy for the past four months.
Fuller House‘s Jodie Sweetin and Candace Cameron Bure: The Suspense Was “Killing” Us.
Entertainment Tonight reports a Netflix rep told them they’ve renewed Fuller House for its fourth season. Stars Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) and Candace Cameron Bure (DJ) even confessed the suspense was “killing” them.
But instead of shedding light on the fate of Steve and DJ, they talked up Kimmy’s maybe baby. “I think it’s gonna be a really fun storyline if Kimmy winds up pregnant and we go through this whole journey together,” Sweetin declared. She then added:
“I think Stephanie and Kimmy’s relationship and their journey as friends has been something really fun to do in this new series, and so I think it’ll bring them closer together. If we come back for season four, I think fans are gonna love seeing Stephanie and Kimmy have to come together and bond.”
Still, Full House fans and DJ-Steve shippers are doing a happy dance.
— Andrea Barber (@andreabarber) January 29, 2018
As with so many shows these days, Fuller House takes us back to the 1980s-1990s. Back then, many of the Fuller House cast members’ younger selves starred in the popular ABC sitcom Full House.
Featured image: Video screen grab from Fuller House, Season 3 finale.