If you're wondering when the final episodes of Fuller House will be released, we have some good news and bad news for you. The good news: the first nine episodes of the fifth and final season are officially streaming now on Netflix, so you can watch them as soon as you want! The bad news? Those nine episodes only comprise part of the season. The final final episodes won't be actually released until early next year, most likely in March 2020.
If you've been watching for a while, you'll remember that this isn't the first time that Fuller House has gone with a split-season release schedule. Back in the third season, the episodes were split into two half seasons instead of one full-season binge-ready release. In that case, there was about a three-month wait between the first and second batches of episodes, and that appears to be the model Netflix is using for season five as well. Netflix hasn't officially announced the exact release date for part two of Fuller House season five, but we can safely assume they'll probably follow their previous scheduling pattern.
Season five of Fuller House reunites almost the entire cast, led by Candace Cameron Bure as DJ, Jodie Sweetin as Stephanie, and Andrea Barber as Kimmy. All three of the leading ladies are headed into new territory in the final season, with the birth of Stephanie and Jimmy's baby (via surrogate Kimmy) and some major romantic and life milestones for everyone. The one cast member who won't be back for the finale, of course, is Lori Loughlin (aka Aunt Becky), since Loughlin is currently embroiled in the legal case stemming from her involvement in the college admissions scandal. For now, we'll be catching up with all the episodes currently available while we wait to see how the Tanners' saga comes to an end next year.