The final scenes have been filmed and the cast has shared their goodbyes from the set of Fuller House.
Candace Cameron Bure, who played D.J. Tanner-Fuller on the Netflix spinoff, documented the show’s final day of production Friday on her Instagram Story.
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“This is it. Our last tape day of our last show of Fuller House,” said Cameron Bure. “I’m feeling happy and a little sick to my stomach and I’m not at tears yet, but I know I will be.”
The actress played D.J. on original series Full House and for five seasons on the reboot. On Friday she got emotional while giving fans a look at the stage where Fuller House was filmed.
In another Instagram post Saturday morning, Cameron Bure captioned a scene from the show: “Fuller House. Final bow.”
Several other members of the cast, including Jodie Sweetin, who co-starred as Stephanie Tanner, also documented the day.
“This couch. This show. This family. I will miss this with all my heart,” Sweetin captioned a photo from the set.
Bob Saget, known to fans of the series as Danny Tanner, also took to Instagram and shared a photo of his co-stars embracing.
“After the final ever episode of the 5th season of Fuller House, this photo that Candace sent me sums it all up,” Saget wrote next to a picture of the cast members embracing.
“So proud of the incredible work, love, and deep friendship of Candace, Jodie, and Andrea who made Fuller House such a special show for so many. Here’s to five wonderful years full of love and laughter, and more love. These are three incredible and talented women. I love them all so much,” he added.
Fuller House premiered in 2016. As previously reported, season 5 of the multi-camera comedy began production in May.
Both Full House and Fuller House were created by Jeff Franklin who served as executive producer/showrunner on the first three seasons of the boot.
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