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On the fourth season of Fuller House, the Tanners, Fullers and Gibblers are set for more fun adventures and life-changing moments. Steve and D.J. face relationship pressures while they try to recreate the magic they used to have when they were younger. Jackson learns how to drive, begins playing high school sports and attends the prom. Max runs for class president. Kimmy deals with pregnancy cravings and worries her relationship with Stephanie will change once she has Stephanie’s baby. Stephanie questions her ability to be a mom. Danny ponders if retirement was the right call, and Fernando gets a surprise visit from his mother. It’s an exciting season filled with laughs, surprises and good times that fans won’t want to miss!

Studio: Warner Brothers
Year: 2019
Release Date: December 17, 2019
Run time: 86 minutes
Rating: PG

Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 mix
Aspect Ratio: 2.39:1
Disc Spec: 2 DVD
Region: A

I am blown away by this incredible show. Full house was my childhood and brought be through many very hard and wonderful times. To see the family back together and having fun is so heart warming. It really took me back to my days in middle school sneaking TV late into the night just to watch full house.

Firstly, if you watched Full House you simply should. Secondly, it is one of the few sitcom’s without babyboomers playing a significant role (just like the famous sitcom Friends). Thirdly, it has its funny moments, especially with Max and Alejandro. Fourtly, its topics are about current issues and challenges a young family faces nowadays and last but not least, the old cast of Full House has regular guest appearances.

This might seem odd for a revival of a classic sitcom, but Fuller House really knows how to shake things up. Every season of this show ends with reveal after reveal, promising major changes ahead. The Season 3 finale was basically a half-hour of such reveals. Some characters have new jobs, new loves, new babies, and new homes. Let’s break it all down, character by character!

Movie Quality: 9/10

“70’s Night”

TRT – :42


“Chili Cook-Off”

TRT – :57



TRT – :52


Final Thoughts

If you’re looking for a Modern Family type of show, you will not find that in Fuller House, but if you’re missing the sitcoms of the 90s that you could comfortably watch with your whole family, you will love Fuller House.
Overall Rating: 9/10