DVD Contest: ‘Fuller House: The Fifth and Final Season’

Fuller House DVD Contest

We’re thrilled to announce that we have (1) copy of Fuller House: The Fifth and Final Season to give away! Fuller House: The Fifth and Final Season becomes available on DVD on June 8, 2021!

Ready to enter? All you need to do is:

  • Leave a comment below saying you want to see the series! (Or if you have seen it, what your thoughts were)
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  • You have to have a United States mailing address to be eligible to win.
  • Follow our editor @EmmaLoggins on Instagram for a bonus entry

We’ll be picking one winner from the comments below on Friday, June 11th. So post below – and you’ll hear from us by then if you’ve won!

Fuller House: The Fifth and Final Season Contest Info:

The Winner will receive an email from us by the end of the day on Friday (June 11th) requesting your mailing address for the DVD to be shipped to. Be sure to check your spam and promotions folder – and mark our email address ([email protected]) on your whitelist!


Fuller House Contest

Fuller House: The Fifth and Final Season becomes available on DVD on June 8, 2021


Join the Tanner, Fuller, Gibbler clan for another fun-filled season in Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s release of Fuller House: The Fifth and Final Season, available on DVD June 8, 2021. Get set for 18 hilarious new episodes, featuring guest appearances by the original Full House cast. Fuller House: The Fifth and Final Season will retail for $24.98 SRP ($29.98 in Canada). The fifth and final season of Fuller House will also be available to own on Digital via purchase from digital retailers on June 8.

Fuller House: The Complete Series, which includes all five seasons of the series, will also be available for fans to own on DVD for $99.99 SRP ($112.99 in Canada).

In the fifth and final season of Fuller House, the Tanner childhood house is fuller than ever with DJ’s three boys, Stephanie’s new baby, and Kimmy’s feisty family, as the she-wolf pack prepares for a triple wedding and celebrates all the memories that have led them there. More life-defining moments await all the members of the Tanner household, as one of television’s favorite family comedies draws to a close. Viewers won’t want to miss the series’ heartwarming finale, as the beloved Tanner clan bids farewell after five entertaining seasons!

The series earned a 2018 Primetime Emmy® Award nomination for Outstanding Children’s Program.

Fuller House is the continuation of the ‘90s ABC series Full House in which eldest daughter D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure, Full HouseA Christmas Detour) is now a veterinarian and recently widowed mother trying to raise three boys on her own.  She is joined by her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin, Full HouseWalt Before Mickey) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber, Full HouseThe Skateboard Kid 2) and Kimmy’s teenage daughter Ramona (Soni Bringas), who move in to lend their support and help raise D.J.’s kids.  Additional members from the Full House original cast make guest appearances throughout the series.

The original Full House, which centered around three grown men raising three girls in San Francisco, premiered in 1987 on ABC and became an instant hit with viewers. The family-friendly series became a pop culture phenomenon. It was praised by fans for its wholesome comedy, lovable characters and valuable life lessons. It aired for eight successful seasons and later aired in syndication. Fuller House premiered on Netflix in February 2016.


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  1. We watched it as a family and would love to own this piece of tv history. You have to love it when a show gives the fans what they really want ( a happily ever after ending). The trifecta wedding, The pregnancy, and the decision to all stay together in their childhood home, that’s Fuller House!
    Thank you Fanbolt!

  2. Fuller House’s cast display an indefatigable dedication to their craft and the series, as a whole. It’s designed to appeal and cater to fans of Full House and the TGIF comedies of yesteryear, as well as embrace modern audiences and the world as it is presently. There’s this unique reverence of its predecessor that other revival series noticeably don’t have.

    Admittedly, I was on the fence about watching this show. I recall watching Full House with my siblings, so when Fuller House was announced, I knew I’d eventually check it out. I am glad that I have. I’m pleasantly surprised by the show, and my 21-month-old nephew loves watching it and dancing to the theme (I’ve recorded this, obviously to play at his graduation someday.)

    I’d like to get this series on DVD, because physical media is something I passionately collect. Should Netflix not work, (sometimes it doesn’t) it’d be convenient to put in the discs — and with any luck, there’s bonus content to enjoy.