Fuller House Spoilers: Candace Cameron Bure Reveals Chaos to Come For Season 5
Fuller House star Candace Cameron Bure teased that “chaos” is coming to Season 5 of the Netflix series. The new season of Fuller House just dropped on Netflix last Friday. The show’s fans are used to the over-the-top scenes. From the Flinstones-themed birthday party to Steve and C.J.’s short-lived wedding in Japan, the Netflix comedy has outdone itself once again. Only the first part of Season 5 has dropped on Netflix. The latter part will debut sometime in early 2020.
If you haven’t binge-watched all the first episodes of Season 5 of Fuller House, then you’ll want to avoid this blog post. It has some major spoilers. The midseason finale featured a three-way musical twist. It was focused on Fernando coming up with a lavish proposal for Kimmy.
Candance Bure Was Impressed With The Fuller House Scene
He wanted to include a flash mob and a backyard circus. But it turns out that the elaborate event was a set-up for Steve to propose to D.J. Candace Cameron Bure told TVLine that she was impressed by that scene.
“We shot that particular scene in one full day on the Warner Brothers backlot,” she said. “It was pretty incredible by production standards. We only had two days of rehearsal before we shot it, and it was about 95 degrees out there.”
Fuller House Spoilers– A Triple Wedding Ahead?
Since the entire She-Wolf pack is engaged, D.J. Stephanie and Kimmy decided to have a triple wedding. As for what the second half of Season 5 holds, Bure teased that the three-way wedding is something that television has never seen before.
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“And I’m sure you can imagine, it’s going to be nuts,” she said. “You have three very different women trying to coordinate one giant event together. They all see the world a little bit differently, so chao will ensue.”
This family has sure had its share of grand events. Everyone remembers when they tried to recreate that epic Bollywood dance scene. Or, when Stephanie planned an elaborate Renaissance fair in the backyard to make Max happy. Bure is aware of how unrealistic the Fuller House lifestyle is.
“You should hear our off-set conversations about the amount of decorations, décor and holiday-themed stuff that we must have lying around that we could throw these things together in 45 minutes,” she revealed. “But that’s what makes this show so fun. It’s a fantasy.”
Fuller House Season 5 is out now on Netflix. What are your thoughts on the midseason finale? Share your thoughts below in the comments section.