For eight seasons, audiences around the world were captivated by and enamored with the wholesome, sweet stories of the lives of the extended Tanner family, even if critics were anything but welcoming to the series.
Thirty years after Full House first premiered, its impact is still astonishing, with new generation after new generation being exposed to the series in reruns.
Even further, Netflix has now produced three seasons of a follow up series, Fuller House, that relies on the same plot convention as the first series, with the main characters’ genders swapped.
The series’ blend of nostalgic influence and (mostly) family friendly message has allowed it to become one ...
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