Full House
Full House

Season three of Fuller House was released on September 22, 2017. Unlike the previous two seasons which both have 13 episodes, this season will have 18 episodes. On June 26, 2017, it was announced that season three would be split into two parts, and that part one would have nine episodes. On November 14, 2017, it was announced that the second half of season 3 would be released on Netflix on December 22, 2017.





Season three consists of 18 episodes.[1] The first nine episodes were released on September 22, 2017,[2] while the remaining nine episodes were released on December 22, 2017.[3]

No. in series No. in season Title Director Writer(s)
27 1 "Best Summer Ever" Rich Correll Jeff Franklin
28 2 "Break a Leg" Rich Correll Boyd Hale
29 3 "Declarations of Independence" Rich Correll Kellie R. Griffin
30 4 "My Little Hickey" Jean Sagal Maria Brown-Gallenberg
31 5 "Uncle Jesse's Adventures in Babysitting" Rich Correll Eydie Faye
32 6 "M-M-M-My Ramona" Jody Margolin Hahn Jerry Collins
33 7 "Say Yes to the Dress" Rich Correll Kate Spurgeon
34 8 "Maybe Baby" Rich Correll Alisha Ketry
35 9 "Wedding or Not Here We Come" Rich Correll Bryan Behar & Steve Baldikoski
36 10 "My Best Friend's Japanese Wedding" Rich Correll Marsh McCall
37 11 "Troller Coaster" Mark Cendrowski Nick Fascitelli
38 12 "Fast Times at Bayview High" Rich Correll Eydie Faye & Kate Spurgeon
39 13 "A Tommy Tale" Christian Jensen Marsh McCall
40 14 "Surrogate City" Dave Coulier Bryan Behar & Steve Baldikoski
41 15 "Soul Sisters" Phill Lewis Boyd Hale
42 16 "Happily Ever After" Rich Correll Maria Brown-Gallenberg & Jerry Collins
43 17 "Fullers in a Fog" Rich Correll Eydie Faye & Kate Spurgeon
44 18 "Here Comes the Sun" Jeff Franklin Jeff Franklin


This season was released on the 30th anniversary of the airdate of the premiere episode of Full House, "Our Very First Show".[4]

As with season two, season three was confirmed less than a week after the second season was released on Netflix.