- The Fuller House cast is currently filming their final episode of season 5.
- Candace Cameron Bure, who plays D.J. Tanner on the Netflix series, tearfully documented her "tough day" on Instagram.
- Several other members of the original Full House cast — Jodie Sweetin, Scott Weigner, Bob Saget, Andrea Barber, and more — have shared similar sentiments on social media throughout the week.
Full House and Fuller House fans have spent 33 years (!) with the Tanners — and now it's all coming to an end (at least that's what the cast says). While fans of the Netflix reboot are still hopeful that season 5 won't be its last, Candace Cameron Bure's latest Instagram posts say otherwise.
Just a few days after the 43-year-old actress opened up about her "hard couple of days" filming the fifth and final season, Candace returned to Instagram to document her final day playing D.J. Tanner. "I'm feeling happy and a little sick to my stomach. I'm not at tears yet, but I know I will be. I have more butterflies, but so much gratitude," she said.
But even when she was on the edge of tears, Candace took a moment to express her gratitude to her show, cast members, and army of fans. "There are so many good memories to take away and I'm so happy and grateful and blessed that it all happening," she explained. "I'm really proud of it."
Once the Hallmark movie star looked through a scrapbook full of Fuller House memories in her dressing room, she let out the tears she knew would come. "There's nothing worse than having no makeup on and crying, too," she laughed.
Leading up to this moment, Candace and the rest of the cast have been gushing about how much they love this show — and more importantly, each other. The day before the final taping, she posted a photo of the entire Fuller House cast sitting on the house's front stoop with a caption that read, "Chillin out, maxing, relaxing all cool. I’m gonna miss this bunch 😭."
And while it still hasn't been confirmed when fans will see the Fuller House crew back in action on Netflix, Bob Saget recently told TV Insider that the first nine episodes will air "at the end of the year, and the last nine will come in the winter-spring." That means fans can look forward to 18 all-new episodes before saying goodbye to one of TVs most iconic families.
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