The renowned sitcom series has ultimately come to a conclusion with its fifth and final season. This comedy filled series made its debut on the screens on the streaming giant on the 26th of February, 2016. Eventually, the success of the series made it grow its popularity season by season. This has led to a collection of five seasons under the series named ‘Fuller House’.
WHAT DOES THE PLOT OF THE SERIES TALK ABOUT?
The overall plot of the series talks about the family of DJ Tanner Fuller. The adventures and happenings in their life center the main story of the series. This story is brought to a conclusion with its fifth season. The audience is really amazed to watch the way in which Tanner and his family makes the show worth watching.
IS THE FIFTH SEASON OUT?
The fifth season is divided into parts. This type of division has already happened with the third season. The reason behind the split is meant to be the number of episodes these seasons possess. Both season three and the season five had eighteen episodes and hence they were split up apart as a set of two. However, the other seasons like the first, second and fourth have a total of thirteen episodes. Hence, the creator, Jeff Franklin, did not find a need of splitting it up.
Coming to the premier details of the fifth season, it’s both the seasons are out. Although, the renewal was done in the month of January, 2019 (specifically on 31st) itself, the release of the season got delayed with its second part. Its first part made its premiere on the 6th of December 2019 and the second season made its premiere on the 2nd of June 2020.
WHAT ARE THE EPISODES THAT ARE AVAILABLE OF FIFTH SEASON?
The fifth season has 18 episodes that lead towards a very beautiful conclusion of the series. They are:
Welcome Home, Baby-to-be-named-later, Hale’s Kitchen, Family Business, Mom’s Night Out, Ready Player Fuller, The Mayor’s Bird, DJ’s Amazing 40th Birthday Race, Five Dates With Kimmy Gibbler, Modest Proposal, If the Suit Fits, Three Weddings and a Musical, Cold Turkey, College Tours, Basic Training, Be Yourself; Free Yourself, The Nearlywed Game, Something Borrowed, Our Very Last Show, Again.