Wedding bells ringing in Fuller House would be an understatement.
After living together and making Tanner’s House “Fuller”, the She-wolf-pack has now decided to get hitched together. Part 2 of Season 5 Fuller House will offer not one, not two but three weddings. Now you understand why bells are not “just ringing”. She-wolves will make sure the D day is louder, crazier before they leave the Fuller House empty forever. Bells will be banging indeed. But, amidst the wedding joy, fans are still reeling under grief and want to know whether Fuller House season 6 will happen or not.
How much forever is this forever?
Full House got “Fuller” when Netflix decided to feed on the nostalgia of 80s famous sit-com. The series is 5 seasons old now. Part 2 of season 5 will be airing anytime soon. But, Netflix has canceled the series after season 5. Cast and crew have posted farewell messages on twitter leaving fans emotional. It is hard to accept the fact that this forever is really forever. Will there be a Fuller House season 6? Mostly not, since the series is officially canceled.
Full House became Fuller House 20 years later on Netflix. Who knows, we may get Fullest House when we get older. But chances of Fuller House season 6 is not only dim but “Dimmer”.
And here’s how—
- Viewership has gone down:-
The major factor behind series cancellation is LOW VIEWERSHIP. The video streaming giant takes its numbers very seriously. Though Netflix does not reveal the statistics, sources like Jumpshot and Symphony indicated a massive decline in viewer ratings.
- Could not stand the test of times
Netflix played on the nostalgia of hit series of the 80s and it worked in season 1 which brought many to revisit the Tanners. But, for how long one can bear the same old story. Fuller House is an exact reboot of Full House with a gender twist. Earlier, Daddy Danny, the widower along with his best friend and brother-in-law lived together to make Full House.
Now the same tale was repeated with Daughter DJ, her sister Stephanie and childhood best friend, Kimmy Gibbler. The nostalgia factor also got eroded after season 1. With Netflix originals like House of Cards running alongside, the repetition of cheesy 90s comedy could not stand the test of time. People choose to part with the Fuller House, for good.
- Marred in scandal
The show has by far remained free of controversies. But the same can’t be said for the cast. Lori Laughlin who plays Aunty Becky on the show is charged in College Admission Scandal. She used a fake athlete profile to get her daughter admitted to University. After the controversy in the multi-million dollar scam, the actress has lost all current TV and film projects. The show makers had to tweak the story to make up for her absence in The Fuller House season 5.
- Tragedy touched the comedy
Remember the adorable pooch of Fullers, Cosmo. Well, he is no more and the whole family is grief-stricken as shared by them on Instagram.
We’re sad to share that the Fullers’ faithful dog Cosmo, who grew up on our set, passed away after complications from surgery. There will never be another quite like our boy. We’ll miss him forever.
With nostalgia dried up, Aunt Becky in trouble (Lori’s career marred in scandal) and Cosmo not around, it’s time that we part with the cheesy 90s sitcom. If you hadn’t had enough, with this season 5 part 2, Fullers are leaving us with a full-fledged wedding brunch, making sure you are “fuller” by then.