Fuller House will be coming back for its third season on the 90s show’s 30th anniversary, Netflix has announced.
The Sitcom’s star, Candance Cameron Bure, first revealed the show’s air date on Instagram. The news was later confirmed by Netflix who announced that the third season will be split into two parts. The first nine episodes will launch Friday, September 22, and the second nine episodes will be released in December.
“Mark your calendars for September 22nd,” the actress wrote. “Not only will Full House turn 30 years old- but @fullerhouse Season 3 (part 1) will also premiere on @netflix!!!”
The ABC sitcom Full House first aired in 1987 and was consistently ranked in Nielsen Top 30. In 2016, Netflix brought the nostalgia back to the small-screen with a sequel dubbed Fuller House, starring a host of original cast members.
While Netflix rarely releases any official viewership statistics, Symphony Advanced Media claims that Fuller House was a massive hit for the platform. Stating that the show’s first season managed to gain a whopping average of 4.4 million viewers among adults aged 18-49 within its first 35 days on the platform.
The streaming giant has yet to reveal what the third season has in store. However, the sitcom will see the return of stars, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin Andrea Barber, Michael Campion, Elias Harger, Soni Nicole Bringas, Dashiell and Fox Messitt, Juan Pablo Di Pace, Scott Weinger, John Brotherton, Ashley Liao and Adam Hagenbuch.
Fuller House returns to Netflix September 22nd. Stay tuned for more news as it comes.