Just like every addiction, Netflix is seeking to make theirs fun for kids. User reports have revealed that the streaming service has begun testing “patches” on certain youth-oriented programming, with an aim to introduce “collectible items for a more interactive experience.”
Want an even longer stay at the Fuller House in Season 3? You got it, dude. After confirming on Christmas Eve that the Tanners and Fullers would be back for an additional order in 2017, producers say Season 3 has an even bigger episode count than the first two years.
The first season of Netflix’s Fuller House did the legwork of cramming in as many past guest stars and references as possible, so will the second run stand on its own? We’ll find out inside the year, as Fuller House Season 2 sets a December bow with a new poster, seemingly ditching the older generation.
Even as Netflix’s Fuller House breezed right past our derision into a second season, the sitcom sequel may never live down its bizarre shade at the Olsen twins, either of which declined to reprise their role as Michelle for even the basest cameo. Now, with Season 2 well into production, the cast believes they’ve given up on ever seeing Michelle again.