Fuller House: Season 5: The Farewell Season (2019 - 2020)

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Air date: Dec 6, 2019

Jimmy and Steph return home with their new, nameless baby in tow, much to the family's chagrin. Meanwhile, DJ and Danny begin to feel irrelevant with Steph's in-home doula.

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Air date: Dec 6, 2019

Young love hits Ramona with an incoming burrito delivery. Steve sends DJ to a cooking class as a surprise gift and Steph juggles keeping her promises and her new life as a busy mother.

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Air date: Dec 6, 2019

Steve, Jimmy, and Fernando head out to lunch and return with the deed to the sandwich shop. Meanwhile, Jackson and Ramona team up to help Max overcome his swimming fears.

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Air date: Dec 6, 2019

Gia makes her debut at the She-Wolf Pack's dancing night while Matt hosts a night-in for the men. Later, Matt extends a hand of friendship to Rocki.

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Air date: Dec 6, 2019

DJ tries her hand at gaming to bond with Jackson. Meanwhile, Jimmy and Fernando's career-high at their new sandwich shop may be threatened by dwindling supplies.

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Air date: Dec 6, 2019

DJ and Matt team up to manage a pet concierge business. Meanwhile, Steph considers her career future as well. Later, Ramona's new boyfriend experiences Gibbler Game Night for the first time.

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Air date: Dec 6, 2019

Steve concocts a complex game for DJ's birthday bash that pits the men against the women. Meanwhile, Kimmy and Steph speculate about the grand prize.

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Air date: Dec 6, 2019

To determine if Fernando truly is her soulmate, Kimmy decides to date other men. Meanwhile, DJ gets Steph into a big-name audition while Steve and Max try to work out a mystery.

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Air date: Dec 6, 2019

DJ takes matters into her own hands when Fernando enlists her help to propose to Kimmy for the second time. However, things quickly escalate more than DJ could have anticipated.

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Air date: Jun 2, 2020

Uncle Joey throws a surprise triple engagement party, and Steph and Fernando practice mingling with their future in-laws. Steve reaches out to DJ's boys.

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Jimmy and Steph bring their new baby home and dive headfirst into the world of parenting. But no worries: They've got a houseful of hands to help.

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Critic Reviews for Fuller House Season 5: The Farewell Season

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Even with different ingredients (minus the Olsen twins, the adult daughters have largely taken over for the guest-starring men), the recipe is shockingly intact. It's just a really bland recipe.

Jun 5, 2020 | Full Review…

Fuller House Season 5A is a fun ride for those who can get behind the increased focus on the Fuller-Tanner-Gibbler household and don't hold the series to the unreasonable standards set by Full House.

Dec 6, 2019 | Rating: 3.9/5.0 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Fuller House: Season 5: The Farewell Season

  • Jul 08, 2020
    A solid end to the sequel season. Heres to young the children make this fullest house in 25 years.
  • Jun 23, 2020
    There are definitely viewers that will find themselves too cool to enjoy Fuller House...and that's OK...but they might have missed a lot. It's meant to be good family fun for those looking for good family fun, but many professional critics, in what seems like an effort to be intellectually heady and super savvy, miss how smart it really is and why it actually appeals to so many people...and I can back that up. 1) Nostalgia (Full House) - it does harken back to its own roots, which endeared it to two generations at the same time...the kids (and teens) that grew up with the Tanners and the parents of those kids and teens. It is a classic, because the audience has declared it a classic by returning to Fuller House and (by and large) continuing to watch through its seasons...No critic can take that away with a review - it's been earned the good old fashioned way. We'll see in another 20 years - it may just have added a third generation of viewers to the Tanner Family. 2) Nostalgia in general - Fuller House has enough cultural, generational humor to appeal to multiple generations. Everybody gets their own set of inside jokes, which they can keep to themselves or use in their own families to talk about 'when they're generation was the young generation'. It also gives a laugh, when each of those generations realizes how much of their own culture has been up-cycled from previous generations. 3) It seeks to reflect family & succeeds: It honors the family, and families are layers of quirkiness that simultaneously belong to each member and to each generation that they inhabited...and it mirrors real families (albeit with great exaggeration, so it's made visible to viewers) as one generation becomes the next and has to learn: to take on that new mantle, to come to understand and appreciate the challenges and value and values of those that carried it before them, and to simultaneously grow themselves while in that position and responsibly guide those coming behind them. 4) Everyone is quirky/Everyone is gifted/Everyone is flawed: Fuller House makes fun of every character, and lifts and humbles each of them in an era where most of us firmly put ourselves on a pedestal and stay there. There's fallout from that in life, but the product is better. It asks us to look at ourselves, be gentle (but realistic) with ourselves, and be gentle (but realistic) with others. The characters don't ask for affirmation and agreement on everything and they don't get it, but they don't lose each other because of those disagreements. 5) There is some hidden adult humor. To clarify that, there are a lot of shows and movies where the "adult humor" is so overt that it actually attempts to expose children to inappropriate things too fast, and has the teens that grew up too fast included in those who get the joke. In Fuller House, there is truly adult humor that only full-fledged adults will get and it's edgy. It's meant to be truly veiled to anyone not well into adulthood. (It's a little like Sponge Bob was in that respect - if you don't know what I mean try rewatching that - if you still don't know what I mean, revisit it every 10 years until you do - and you will eventually.) It's smart, because that isn't easy to do, but critics miss that corny hides canny (and often corny also hides wise). That is something critics and Hollywood in general continually missed in some great sleeper shows and movies that leave them occasionally scratching their heads about the success of some family programming (much from the past and a few gems over the last 25-30 years). 6) It doesn't take itself too seriously, even though there is a lot to unpack...and that is a breath of fresh air. One of the saddest things I heard in life was when one my kids was about 3 or 4 and one of the older kids at a get-together came in and teased her and the other little kids for watching a "baby show". Then I heard her repeat that to another child shortly after and realized she was now self-conscious of being simple or silly and she was passing on to others that damage and shame that had been unfairly placed on her little shoulders and would remain, as wounds often do for years to come...what a huge loss of potential joy by being jaded...reading some of the critics reviews feels a bit like seeing the fruits of that kind of experience. 7) Fuller House Season 5 - Culture/Values - This season adds some gentle commentary. It nods at some of the cultural conversations of the day and doesn't ask viewers to agree or disagree, but to take a moment to think, while asking them once again to see people as individuals and value them for who they are and where they are and what they contribute simply because they exist, while recognizing that they have their own dreams and inclinations and that there is value in letting your life influence theirs, in letting their life influence yours, and then respecting certain boundaries of autonomy that keep the mutual appreciation intact and not making it dependent on absolute agreement. This isn't new to the show, there have been more subtle nods to this throughout the previous four seasons, but they really bring it to the forefront in this season. Regarding values, it also illustrates how our position in the family changes our perceptions and should...because adults can't become parents, while still thinking and acting like teens...and yet parents ushering teens into adulthood, have to release them to both the rewards and hardships of adult decisions that will shape and reshape them until they emerge on the other side, ready to be the parents and grandparents of a new generation...and so the cycle goes. Fuller House brings these truths 'Full Circle' in Season 5.
  • Jun 08, 2020
    I enjoyed the show and the characters. I was disappointed by the last episode and felt it could have been stronger.
  • Jun 02, 2020
    I think we could have gotten a few more seasons out of this show but I felt they did it justice in the farewell episodes.
  • May 25, 2020
    not as good as the original full house series
  • Dec 29, 2019
    This show just lost me in its fifth season. The jokes are ineffective and the kids are not cute anymore! DJ Stephenie and Kimmy show the worst chemistry in any season. I truly love this show but this season sadly didn't do it for me ☹️
  • Dec 23, 2019
    WE NEED MORE SEASONS WE HAVE A TON LOADS OF STORYLINES TO TELL A TON LOADS OF STORIES A TON LOAD OF NEW CHARACTERS AND CAST FROM THE FULL HOUSE INCLUDING THE OLSEN TWINS JUST DON'T PAY THEM THEN THEY MIGHT ACTUALLY SHOW UP PUT MATT BACK WITH DJ AND STEVE WITH GIA ALSO ACTUALLY TAKE OUT JEFF FRANKLIN's NAME STOP WRITING IT NOW SERIOUSLY SAVE FULLER HOUSE AND RENEW FULLER HOUSE UNTIL WE GET MORE SEASONS THEN EVENTUALLY SOMEDAY FULLEST HOUSE!!!!!? NOW I DEMAND WE ALL THE FANS SERIOUSLY DEMAND WE AND YOU GUYS SERIOUSLY SAVE FULLER HOUSE AND RENEW FULLER HOUSE
  • Dec 15, 2019
    What happened?! Up to season 4 was nostalgic and just pure cheesy 90s. I enjoyed it for what it was. Season 5 is way too relient on laugh tracks at unfunny jokes, the writing feels like a diffrent writer wrote it and it reminds me of the bad Nickelodeon teeny-bopper show. I commend the show for four decent seasons.. not an easy feat for a revival show.

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