It's the end of the line for Fuller House.
The popular comedy series has been renewed for a fifth and final season at Netflix.
The show's future has been uncertain for several months now, with some outlets reporting that the series was canceled after its fourth season.
It's difficult for your favorite show to come to a close, but at least the fans can rest assured that there will be one more season to tie up all the loose ends.
Netflix confirmed the news via a teaser that showed some of the biggest moments from the series, before showing all of the cast in the final frames promising they have "saved the best for last."
Fuller House is a sequel to the 1987-95 ABC comedy Full House.
It bowed on the streaming giant back in February 2016 and follows the now grown-up lives of sisters D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure) and Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and their friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber).
Original cast members Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, and Lori Loughlin all appeared on the sequel, but it's unclear whether any of them will be back for Season 5 at this stage.
Netflix's decision to end the show is not a surprising one given the earlier reports that the series was already toast
When Netflix first launched, it was rare for it to cancel any of its shows, but times change. With new shows premiering all the time now, the streamer is in a position in which it cancels shows.
There are a variety of reasons why a show can be canceled on Netflix, but in Fuller House's case, it could be down to the financial side of things instead of the actual ratings.
Netflix only recently started releasing ratings for select shows, but there's never been an official announcement about Fuller House.
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UPDATE: Candace Cameron Bure has broken her silence on the cancellation. Click here.