Candace Cameron Bure Responds to 'Fuller House' Cancellation Rumors

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Fuller House star Candace Cameron Bure says the show hasn't been canceled.

The 42-year-old actress spoke out Thursday in an interview with E! News following reports the Netflix series will end after Season 4.

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"I don't know why or how that rumor got started," Bure said. "In the four years we've been doing Fuller House, they never announce a pickup before the season airs."

"We were just nominated for an Emmy," she added, referencing the show's nod for Outstanding Children's Program. "I think that everyone's going to love Season 4 and I have no doubt we're going to be back for Season 5."

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Fuller House was renewed for a fourth season in January and has yet to announce a premiere date. TVLine reported Tuesday that Netflix is "seriously considering" ending the show after its fourth season.

"No decision has been made about the future of Fuller House; we're looking forward to the premiere of Season 4 later this year," a Netflix rep said.

Bure plays D.J. Tanner on Fuller House, a sequel spinoff of the ABC series Full House. The series co-stars Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, and finished filming Season 4 in September.

"That's a wrap!!" Bure wrote on Instagram at the time. "Wow, what a ride with these ladies. I work with my best friends every day. I love you @jodiesweetin and @andreabarber SO SO SO much. Words aren't enough."

By Annie Martin

Originally published in UPI Entertainment News.

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