Fuller House Hit’s Netflix Later This Week!

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When you hear phrases such as have mercy, cut it out, how rude or neighborino…I’m sure, like me, you flash back to the hit show Full House! Full House was one of my favorite shows growing up..laughing and crying along with them. So when Netflix announced they were going to reunite the cast in an all new show Fuller House…I was over the moon!
When it comes to a family night in, are you the homemade-meal, lights-off, candles-lit type of family like Stephanie Tanner? Or all about the blanket-bundled, popcorn-popped, fireplace-on life like Kimmy Gibbler? Every family has a special routine for family night in, including the real-life Tanner/Gibbler girls, who are now all grown-up with kids of their own. And most of those routines involve gathering around the TV (/iPad/computer).
Our family must be a Glibbler…we love cuddling on the couch, turning on Netflix and watching something new…and old, with a bowl full of popcorn and movie theater candies. These are my kids, and my, favorite nights! So I’m already planning our Friday night Fuller House premier family night in!
Just like it’s predecessor, Fuller House is a show the whole family can enjoy…
Next time your family is gathering around the TV, look to TV Time for the Fam and other Fuller House-inspired title collections to find something everyone can agree on:
Looking for more Netflix the whole family can enjoy? You Got It Dude…Why not check out these family friendly titles…
Turbo Fast: Season Three
All Hail King Julien
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