Fuller House has been canceled by Netflix after five seasons, and one big mystery about the show's final season has been solved.
Candace Cameron Bure, the show's leading lady, took to Instagram shortly after the show's renewal and cancellation was announced and confirmed how many episodes fans can expect.
"Hi!! I admit the news is bittersweet. We are SO happy to be coming back for a 5th season AND for 18 Episodes," Cameron Bure shared, adding that she would have liked to continue on the show for longer.
"But so sad we have to say farewell. We would love to do this show forever and ever but I guess it wasn't in the cards."
"I am happy that we can give fans the proper ending, however I wish we didn't have to give one at all."
The conclusion to her message was like a love letter to the show's many fans worldwide.
"We love you and thank you for your support over 30 years!! We love these characters as much as you."
Candace revealed her thanks to fans earlier today when the end date was announced.
"Get ready Fannerinos! The 5th and final season of @fullerhouse is coming your way," she said.
"We love our fans! Thank you so so much for your support over the years. We saved the best for last ❤️🏠. #FullerHouse #FarewellSeason," she concluded.
While it's sad for fans of the show that the end is nigh, but there were conflicting reports over the last few months that suggested the show was canceled after its fourth season.
It's excellent that longtime fans are getting to say goodbye to the characters over 18 episodes.
It's unclear at this stage whether Netflix will air the final season in two parts or if the entire season will stream at once.
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Have a look at the teaser for Season 5 below.
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