Candace Cameron Bure and the rest of the Fuller House cast is wrapping up filming season 5 next week.
Candace announced in an emotional Instagram story that she's had a "hard couple of days" coming to terms with the end of the Netflix series.
The actress also shared that Fuller House season 5 will "probably" be available on Netflix in December.
On Thursday, the 43-year-old actress opened up about the show on her Instagram Stories while sitting in her car outside of Warner Bros. Studios in Los Angeles. She confirmed that Fuller House will "probably" be launching in December, though she didn't have a set date to share just yet.
"I've still been in tears all morning — no makeup, crying, got zit cream all over my face, it's been a hard couple days," the Hallmark Christmas movie star told her followers before sharing details about Fuller House."We are currently filming the fifth and final season of Fuller House. There will be no season 6, this is it."
An emotional Candace went on to say that the cast and crew is taping the final episode of the series next week — a realization that has been "really, really hard" for her to process. "That's why you see all the pictures and boo-hoos, and they're not going to stop."
"I thank you for all the encouraging words also, they mean a lot to me ... It's meant as much to us as it has to you guys," she declared while getting choked up. She finished off her heartfelt speech saying that the cast is "not worried" about what lies ahead, but is just going through "the grieving process."
"There's no worry on our part about the future, and so I just thank you and reassure you to just have tears with us and hug along with us, 'cause that's what we need, more the comfort and the love ..."
Lately, Candace has been sharing all sorts of pictures as the cast films the final season of the Full House revival. Jodie Sweetin has been reposting a lot of Candace's Instagrams, including the two below:
John Brotherton, who plays Matt Harmon, also shared a sweet picture from behind the scenes. "1 selfie, 13 ❤️’s... who can you name them all? 🧐," he said in the caption.
A post shared by John Brotherton (@johnbrotherton) on Nov 7, 2019 at 6:20pm PST
Ugh, we're really going to miss this show, too.
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