Netflix’s Fuller House may never bring Michelle back to the fold, but another ‘90s TV icon could be waiting in the wings. A curious reference from the Season 3 finale brings Family Matters’ Steve Urkel back into play, and producers have actually discussed bringing the famed character to San Francisco for a visit.
Full House is now officially too old to live with its parents. Thankfully, Netflix successor series Fuller House doesn’t pay rent, so there’s nothing (too) creepy or sad about returning to that iconic house for Season 3, especially as the new trailer commemorates the show’s 30th anniversary.
The first season of Netflix Full House revival Fuller House proved a major hit for the streaming service, and even if Season 2 couldn’t quite match its success, the Tanners will give it a third shot regardless. The series has officially been renewed for Season 3, arriving in 2017.
There’s a persistent air of meta-awareness circulating through the Tanner household in Netflix’s Fuller House, whether acknowledging the Olsen’s absence, or the series’ history, that it’s only fair the reviews follow suit. As such, John Stamos took Fuller House’s worst reviews to TV as well, sharing a few on Late Night With Seth Meyers.
Nothing we’ve seen of Netflix’s Full House revival has allayed questions as to why we needed Fuller House in the first place, but Netflix isn’t about to give up on the Tanners after only one year. According to series star and executive producer John Stamos, the streaming service will renew Fuller House for “a lot” more than one season. Have mercy.
Sure, you might take Netflix at their word that Fuller House represents a real series produced by, starring, and intended for actual humans, but initial teasers weren’t exactly selling that well. Sure, photos helped, but does an actual teaser with real-live Tanners convince us any further on Fuller House? Who else might make a wood-chucking return? Let’s find out!