Entertainment Weekly gave the pilot episode an F and the overall series a C-. “Olsens, you made a quality call. Readers, follow their lead. Fuller House doesn’t deserve your devotion. It deserves a foreclosure notice,” their review reads.
“The critics never had a good thing to say about Full House and yet it ran for eight years in primetime and then it’s never been off the air in 30 years. So it’s a testament to what the fans want and not what the critics think,” Candace told E! News in a new interview. “If there are any negative review that’s how we feel about it with Fuller House; we did this for the fans and we think they’re going to absolutely love it.”
“The fans are excited about the show,” Jodie added. “We’re not going out there and trying to win an Emmy for Best Drama. We’re a family sitcom that fans absolutely love and adore, and we’re incredibly honored to get to bring that back and I think we’ve stayed really true to that drama.”
“Fuller House” Ladies React to Show’s Mixed Reviews
Pictured inside: Candace and Andrea stepping out for their appearance at AOL Build on Thursday (February 25) in New York City.