Fuller House fans are over the top watching the next generation of the Tanner Family. How about the critics, though? They are less than happy.
Even though Netflix has approved the second season of the Full House reboots, reviews haven’t really been amazing. There are nostalgic of course but there are also scathing reviews.
During Late Night on Saturday, Seth Meyers and John Stamos read a few of the worst stories written. They giggled at a particular review published in New York Times.
“Fuller House begins as a sitcom family reunion,” it read. “It becomes a self-conscious, dated and maudlin reminder of the ceaseless march of time and your inevitable demise.”
“James, it’s Fuller House, not Room, for God’s sake,” Stamos, 52, joked as the audience laughed.
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