Will 'Full House' Come To Netflix? It Needs To Happen Before 'Fuller House' Premieres
In the event you've been living in a cave without Wi-Fi signal, you've probably heard by this point that the much-anticipated Full House spinoff, Fuller House , is officially coming to Netflix. Aside from being super excited about the onscreen reunion of ultimate '90s best buds DJ Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler, people also want to know if the Olsen twins will appear on Fuller House . They played a major role in the show so that's a pretty reasonable concern, but fans have an even bigger and possibly more important question that's loomed in the background long before news of the reboot broke: will Full House come to Netflix?
Wait — what's that, you say? Full House isn't on Netflix already?! In the words of Michelle Tanner, you got it, dude. For some unknown reason, the original show that sparked the much talked about spinoff isn't yet available for streaming. At the moment, Netflix appears to be only offering the show through its DVD delivery service.
Whatever the reason why Full House isn't yet on Netflix streaming, this show needs to make its way onto the streaming lineup immediately — after all Full House fans have been waiting quite some time for this to happen. There's actually a Facebook page to get Full House on Netflix that doesn't appear to have a ton of members, but given the major excitement over Fuller House, that might change in the near future.
After all, if it wasn't for the original, fans wouldn't have any connection to the characters they've grown to love more and more every day — even now, when the show's been off the air for over 20 years. And as popular as the show remains, there are likely some people who haven't yet watched but would like to familiarize themselves with the original episodes before Fuller House premieres in 2016.
In other words: Please, please, pretty please make Full House available on instant streaming, Netflix?
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