The fictional “Fuller House” family could handle life in quarantine, says series star Candace Cameron Bure.
Cameron Bure — who plays D.J. Tanner-Fuller on the Netflix series, a spinoff of the classic sitcom “Full House” — told Page Six that her character would be the one to keep the TV family moving along in their daily lives.
“D.J. Tanner-Fuller would have a complete like every detail of every hour planned out in a schedule,” the 44-year-old laughed. “She would have games for everyone to be playing. She would organize when everyone’s going to disinfect the house. She’d probably drive everyone a little bit crazy. But I think that the Tanners and Fullers and Giblers would survive in the Fuller house during quarantine.”
Fans most likely won’t see a quarantine episode on the remaining nine episodes of the series, as the show was already wrapped before the coronavirus pandemic.
In the meantime, viewers can tune into the COVID-19 benefit concert Hope Rising that Cameron Bure is hosting alongside her brother Kirk Cameron, 49, on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET via Facebook.