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Fuller House Season 6: Story Details for Cancelled Netflix Show Revealed

Season 6 of Netflix’s Fuller House would have focused heavily on Stephanie’s (Jodie Sweetin) child, Danielle. After serving as the couple’s surrogate, Kimmy (Andrea Barber) gave birth to her brother, Jimmy (Adam Hagenbuch), and Stephanie’s baby girl at the end of Season 4.

The Full House spin-off waited until the last season to name the child, with the parents drawing inspiration from her father, Danny (Bob Saget), and sister, DJ (Candace Cameron-Bure). She’s almost a non-factor for the rest of Fuller House season 5 after the initial hoopla surrounding the baby’s arrival.

Fuller House didn’t care much about incorporating it into the season’s narrative, save from a few sporadic appearances and weeping sounds. This was my purpose, as the series’ creators intended to include her significantly in the next sixth season. However, due to its cancellation, such will no longer be the case.

Cameron-Bure, who also served as a Fuller House producer, stated to Insider that they were expecting another season order from Netflix, giving the show six seasons instead of five. While she doesn’t know why the streaming service canceled their program a year early, she does divulge some planned storylines for the canceled season 6, including focusing on Danielle and tracking Stephanie’s surprise pregnancy announced after the finale.

The thought or intention behind all of us was that it would last six seasons. And I mean, we were overjoyed to have five. I know there was some regret that we didn’t get a sixth season, but there are other network reasons, which we don’t know about, why they made that decision one season early.

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I believe there are still many stories to be told in the Fuller house, especially now that they are all married and still living under the same roof. I believe there is so much more, but the fact that we didn’t focus much on Dani, Stephanie’s baby, in season five disappointed me.

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We understand why they didn’t, but I would have liked to see her actually raising a child in season six. In the end, we find out she’s pregnant again. And I would have wanted to have seen a lot more storylines with the kids, especially the newborns because I believe that’s what made “Full House” so wonderful because you could witness the stages and progress from an infant to a toddler.

To be honest, one of the key reasons Fuller House could not grab the same level of attention as Full House was its lack of focus on its young characters. As Cameron-Bure stated, it was fascinating to watch DJ, Stephanie, Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen), and Kimmy (Andrea Barber) grow up. Michelle, in particular, was intriguing to see, despite the fact that she first appeared on the original show as a newborn.

Instead, the spin-off show focused on the lives of the older characters, including their employment and personal troubles. There are few narratives involving children, however, they are generally B-storylines. This issue is highlighted in the final season of Fuller House, which does not actively incorporate Danielle in any storylines. In fact, there isn’t a single story that adequately addresses Stephanie’s transition to motherhood.

Fuller House ended after five seasons on Netflix early last year, with production beginning several months later. This implies that they could have included more of her in their stories. The show’s final season had a similar issue with Michelle, as the character was not even present at her sisters’ wedding. While the Olsen twins have refused to reprise their Full House roles, the spin-off might have at least provided an in-narrative explanation for why she isn’t present.

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