Full House, known in Brazil as Three is too much, it was a huge success, the Tunners became part of several homes. With the plot full of familiar situations, the 1987 series is still one of the most acclaimed today, and due to this enormous appeal, it received a continuation produced by Netflix and Warner.
Fuller House had its first season released in 2016 and has now come to an end. The second part of the 5th and final season of the series reached the streaming service on June 2nd, and 25 years after the original, we have to say goodbye to the Tunners again.
The last season follows the formula presented in previous seasons: A series for the whole family with the protagonists DJ (Candace Cameron), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Kimmy (Andrea Barber) experiencing family problems that lead them to the past and similar problems and situations in childhood.
Unlike its predecessor, Fuller House it keeps the atmosphere more family until the end, leaving aside some more adult double-meaning jokes, and that makes the series enjoyable for all ages.
The final art serves to give a direction to the characters showing the outcome of each one, but it stops giving depth to some. The production ends up focusing too much on the protagonists, and their children end up not having as much prominence as they had in the past.
Some episodes at the end basically ignore some characters that came to have a certain prominence in the series, but the ending serves as a great celebration, bringing back some secondary characters that have passed through the seasons, even if in small points. Some problems are justified by external factors, such as the absence of Becky (Lori Loughlin), which was recently involved in a North American university seat purchase scandal.
The fact that it is the last season, with the end of the series is a point of inconsistency, as it ends up losing part of the sense of the dramatic weight of the decisions presented by the characters during the course of the plot.
In addition, this year serves to end the cycle of Tunners in an emotional way, being the "happily ever after" of the protagonists, and from the first to the last episode it is important to keep the tissues close by, as each episode presents a strong emotional situation , and for anyone who has been connected to the characters for more than 30 years, it is difficult not to be moved by this closure.