Fuller House: Season 2 (2016)



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Air date: Dec 9, 2016
Air date: Dec 9, 2016
Air date: Dec 9, 2016
Air date: Dec 9, 2016
Air date: Dec 9, 2016
Air date: Dec 9, 2016
Air date: Dec 9, 2016
Air date: Dec 9, 2016
Air date: Dec 9, 2016
Air date: Dec 9, 2016
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Candace Cameron Bure
as D.J. Tanner-Fuller
Jodie Sweetin
as Stephanie Tanner
Andrea Barber
as Kimmy Gibbler
Soni Nicole Bringas
as Ramona Gibbler
Michael Campion
as Jackson Fuller
Elias Harger
as Max Fuller
Eva La Rue
as Terri Fuller
John Stamos
as Jesse Katsopolis
Bob Saget
as Danny Tanner
Lori Loughlin
as Becky Donaldson Katsopolis
Dave Coulier
as Joey Gladstone
Scott Weinger
as Steve Hale
Michael Sun Lee
as Harry Takayama
Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit
as Nicky Katsopolis
Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit
as Alex Katsopolis
Fox Messitt
as Tommy Fuller Jr
Dashiell Messitt
as Tommy Fuller Jr
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All Critics (6) | Top Critics (1)

Is Fuller House the raunchier older version of the original Full House... or is it a Disney Channel-esque tween show featuring the next generation of kids growing up in the Tanner-Fuller household?

Nov 15, 2018 | Full Review…

The hype around Fuller House relied heavily on the '90s nostalgia... We were amped enough on our memories to get through the first season, but this time around, I was literally begging for Jesse, Joey, and Danny to show up.

Sep 28, 2018 | Full Review…

Fuller House Season 2 brings a fuller cast, a fuller plot, and a lot more cringe-worthy pop culture jokes. Love it or hate it, the staying power of this heartwarming Netflix staple is stronger than ever.

Sep 28, 2018 | Rating: 6.5/10 | Full Review…

The best part of this show is when Candice Cameron, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber are together. They are obviously friends, and when you see them on screen together they are just perfect.

Feb 22, 2018 | Full Review…

Having most of the Tanner household back together was pretty nice.

Sep 28, 2018 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

Fuller House needs some original ideas.

Jan 19, 2017 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Fuller House: Season 2

Love it absolutely love it

Better story telling and better use of character chemistry.

Loved it when Matt Harmon and DJ fuller hot back together

I love it ... I watch fuller house all the time ... when I hot time ... I am a big fan ..... I mean really really really really really big fan ... I watch full house . I love it .... I love the show ... everyone is so awesome.... So funny ..... I love every one ... in the cast ..... keep up this awesome show please... I appreciate fuller house. And full house. I love it ... ???????????????????????? keep up the good work .

No good, just like the old show. The blandest, most dull show since the last one ended.

Really good makes you laugh and talks about situations relevant to today.

Fuller House knows exactly what it is, and doesn't care. And you know what? I don't either. Season 2 doesn't have the 'wow' factor that the first season had, but you still like these characters. You still want to see what's going to happen, even if it's a postcard-perfect reality. Maybe that's why some of us like Fuller House. Life isn't perfect, but a show like this just channels all the good things that can come out of life: silliness, laughter, kindness, and family. The season could've benefited from utilizing the original "Full House" cast more, but this season still was just fine.

I love it! I couldn't stop laughing, unlike season 1, this season is original and I felt as I was watching a new show, Good job!

Fuller House: Season 2 is produced by Jeff Franklin, and it stars cast from the previous season in a comedy about the main girl finally making a decision of who she wants to be with, but then it's too late as the guys that she had to choose from, have girlfriends, and it's back to doing what they usually do with their lives. Well since I ended up loathing the first season, you would already know that I'm not looking forward to the next season, and when I finally watched and finished it, Fuller House: Season 2 is actually a little worse and a little better than the previous season, and that never happens to me. The humor is a bit improved here, and by that I meant there were a few more amusing moments, not as much groaning parts as there were in the previous season, and I even got a laugh here or there at the last episode where the three main characters from Full House start fighting each other with words. There weren't as many drama moments as I thought there were, and some of the catchphrases are gone which is good, although they do say oh my manta a lot. So with all the positives that I can think of, let's get to the negatives. Almost all of the jokes are just not funny and are very predictable to handle. There's no character progression going on as there's nothing much that's different from the previous season other then Kimmy's brother showing up, but he's just similar to Kimmy that there's not much of a difference here, other then who he has a crush on. There's not much of a main plot here unlike the previous season where it was the love triangle, and the love triangle here is just done and over pretty quickly which is good since I didn't like it in the first season, but then that's means that there's no main plot, and it'll just feel like a bunch of episode skits. The stories are also predictable that you know what's going to happen next, and you're always just two steps ahead of the show. It's also pretty annoying, and watching Kimmy Gibbler acting like she wants the spotlight, gets really frustrating to watch at times. Fuller House: Season 2 didn't change my opinion as it remains the same, and like I said before, it's only for the huge fans of the original.

Fuller House Season 2 is a bit of an improvement on the previous season, as the story focused on the regular characters, with less dependency on the old gang (Danny, Jesse, Joey and Becky) who only appeared in two special episodes. Being a family driven show, it performs well with their target audience. Most people watched Season 1 for the nostalgia factor, but Season 2 keeps the story of DJ, Steph and Kimmy going on, and surprisingly, it still delivers nice gags and laughs. The show is not perfect but it is definitely fun to watch, and it also brings nice family moments, old school lessons and somehow the overall story has progressed in this season.

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