Season 1: You probably won't understand why this is cool unless you grew up watching Full House. Some of the jokes and characters are corny, and some of the episodes are better than others, but DJ, her kids, Stephanie, and most of the people who reprise their roles from the original show do a good job at holding this show together, in my opinion.
Season 2: Some decent moments but overall not as good as Season 1. Stephanie and Jackson are my fav in this season. I hope they come up with better episodes for Season 3. Should get more interesting as the kids age.
Try's to be an adorable reboot and instead feels like a half-hearted cash grab drowning in nostalgia. Jokes are nearly always a miss, the kids can't act that well, and there wasn't nearly enough John Stamos.
Hopefully this leads to more TGIF spin-offs 20 yrs later. Urcle Matters or Family Urcle ? lol. Choose a title. Anyway if you get passed the first episode the show is actually not that bad. Although it's not sure if it's aimed at just adults or the entire family.
At the time when I heard Netflix was creating a spin-off of Full House, I had never heard of Full House before. I decided to start watching Full House. It has now been one year and a half since I've started watching the show and I have now come to the point where I have finished watching Full House ánd Fuller House. I have never regretted starting to watch Full House, because I have honestly found one of thé best comedy shows out there. The fact that it's a show that started airing more than thirty years ago, has never bothered me at all. Netflix contains all the Full House episodes, which makes it easy for you to (binge-)watch it. Although I had wished to see more of Danny, Jesse and Joey in Fuller House, which might happen in season 4 because everyone is finally moving back to San Fransisco, the three "moms" (D.J., Stephanie and Kimmy) have a great chemistry and the four - soon to be five - kids are just great. They make for great moments. The only one(s) I'm really missing and without whom I'll feel there's still an empty void waiting to be filled, is Michelle a.k.a. the Olsen twins. I'm sure you can watch Fuller House without having seen Full House, but I deeply recommend watching the original show. Fuller House will be so much more funny because of it and it'll even be nostalgic - even when you've only just started catching up on Full House. There are lots of inside jokes and references that'll lose its glory when you don't know what where talking about. You'll lose the magic of D.J. finally - ! - chosing Steve over Matt.
Only watched two episodes today and i love it :) Candace Cameron Bure is awesome! #ShiftvW8
I love this show so much and I never get tired of watching this show. I recommend it to everyone out there who as a big fan of Full House back I the day. #ShiftvW8
This show isn't bad. I may only be saying that because it's exactly what I expected, but really... if you expected this to be some witty god tier show then you must be a really hopeful person. I'd give the first season 7/10.