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Fuller House, a series that revived Três Émais (Full House) to tell the story of the now adult DJ, Stephanie, Kimmy and their children, is about to find its end on Netflix: the fifth and final season, divided into two parts, premieres its final episodes via the streaming platform next month in June 2020.
A trailer was released on Tuesday (12), revealing that the three protagonists can marry simultaneously in the final stage of the series!
Check out the subtitled video, which also brings many memories of the original production from the 80s:
The series has been on the air since 2016 and has a creation and script by Jeff Franklin.
The main stars of Três Émais returned to reprise their roles, now older, more experienced and, believe me, louder! The only ones who chose not to participate were the twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who played little Michelle in the 1980s.
The character, however, has not been forgotten, and is constantly cited as a distant relative they miss, poking the twins for a possible special appearance that, at least until now, has not happened.
The final episodes will premiere on June 2 exclusively on Netflix.
Read more about Fuller House at Cinema10.