Bingeable Netflix shows: Fuller House
Fuller House is another binge-fest for the 1980s and 1990’s kids who grew up watching the Tanner family on ABC’s TGIF lineup. Nostalgia is huge, and bringing back classic television families to see how they have grown up will always be fun.
Fuller House brings fans back to San Francisco. The Tanner kids are grown up and DJ is raising her kids with help from her family and friends. Though Michelle Tanner, aka Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, are missing from the show, everyone else from the original cast either appears as series regulars or show up as special guests. Lori Laughlin’s Aunt Becky was on the show in early seasons but she did not appear in the final episodes.
What makes Fuller House so special is that it manages to capture the family connection between the original cast and all of the newcomers, while also retaining a bit of the show’s cheesiness and charm.
Fuller House is the kind of show that you watch so that you can see it and enjoy it. Unless you were a super fan, you likely won’t watch it over and over again, but being able to sit and enjoy it over the course of a few days is worth it when you long for a taste of the past.