Full House star Candance Cameron Bure is not ready to say goodbye to her Fuller House family just yet.
Speaking with Us Weekly, Bure says she and the rest of the Full House spinoff cast would welcome the show’s return. The show’s fifth season aired on streaming giant Netflix earlier this year and is widely popular amongst classic television fans.
“We would absolutely love it if we could because I think there are so many fun stories to tell with the Fuller House gang,” Bure said. “The fifth season premiered this year. So, people are still watching the show that aren’t caught up on Netflix. I still receive daily messages five months later that they’re like, ‘What’s happening with season six?’”
Fuller House hit television set across the country in 2016 to the delight of fans who follow the original show. Full House debuted in 1987 and had an eight year run that ended in 1995. In the interview, Bure teases that there are more stories to be told in the Full and Fuller House universe.
“There’s just so much more there,” she says. “So, who knows? We can only, you know, cross our fingers and hope that the people who control it would allow us to do it.”
Bure Reprises Full House Character in Fuller House
Bure’s Fuller House character, D.J. Tanner, is a lead character in the spinoff. The show follows Tanner as she attempts to raise her three children with the help of her sister Stephanie and best friend Kimmy. Jodie Sweetin revives her previous role of Stephanie, while Andrea Barber returns as Kimmy Gibler. Other stars who reprise their roles include John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier.
Lori Loughlin also returned as Aunt Becky in the show but was unable to film the final season with her ongoing legal troubles. She is currently serving a prison sentence in California for involvement in a college admissions scandal. She is currently set for release on December 27 but could be let out sooner due to the holiday season.
H/T: Us Weekly