Netflix May Have Cancelled Fuller House, But Candace Cameron Bure And Co. Just Had The Sweetest Reunion

While Fuller House came to an emotional end last year, closing yet another chapter in the Tanner family’s lives, that doesn’t mean the cast isn’t hanging out together. In fact, Candace Cameron Bure recently got together with many of her former castmates, and she documented it all on social media.

The Hallmark star, who memorably played DJ Tanner on the original Full House and grew into DJ Tanner-Fuller for Fuller House, shared some sweet photos on Instagram that showed a recent reunion she had with some of her co-stars from the Netflix series. Needless to say, it is seriously making me miss them. Check it out for yourself down below:

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Candace Cameron Bure reunited with Juan Pablo Di Pace (Fernando), Elias Harger (Max Fuller), Sonia Bringas (Ramona Gibbler), John Brotherton (Matt Harmon) and Michael Campion (Jackson Fuller). Although it's been a year since the series dropped its final episodes on Netflix, it's been over a year since filming wrapped. This means it’s likely been a while since all of them, or at least most of them, have gotten together, thanks to COVID.

Earlier this year, Cameron Bure actually revealed the way that she and her co-stars stay in touch and, like many close friends and co-workers, they do it via group chat. Not only is there one with Bure’s Fuller House fam, but there's also a Full House one with all of the OGs. It’s nice to know that after all these years they all still remain close. One can only imagine what kind of thoughts are shared in the Fuller House group chat, and one can definitely assume the Full House one would be fun as well.

While entire Tanner family can't always reunite because of some famous twins and another star’s headline-making scandal, it’s safe to assume that those who can join together will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. This is enough to make one wonder if we'll actually get another installment in the franchise at some point in the future. Although there's currently no indication as to whether or not such a show will actually happen, you can never say never when it comes to the Tanner family.

Hopefully, some of the former co-stars will be doing projects together sometime in the future, which would be a nice bit of consolation if Netflix doesn't decide to make a spinoff that furthers the adventures of the Tanner family. Still, one can bet that when there are reunions, we'll get even more posts like Candace Cameron Bure's. The Full House cast has always been really close over the years and, when you see the off-screen bond between the massive ensemble, it simply shows why the series worked has worked so well for so many years.

Megan Behnke
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