Fuller House star Candace Cameron Bure posted an emotional Instagram story this week, telling her followers she was in tears all morning as the cast and crew filmed the series finale.
She said the fifth season will be the last for the series restart.
"That's it," she said. "We only have one week left, it's really hard, it's really, really hard."
"We are not worried. I thank you and assure you that you only have tears in us and hug you, because that's what we need, more comfort and love," she added.
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She has been working continuously since then, calling herself the "Queen of Christmas" after having participated in more than 20 Hallmark Christmas and Mystery films.
"Fuller House" brought back some of the original cast, including Cameron Bure's television sister Jodie Sweetin and best friend Andrea Barber.
Cast members Bob Saget, David Coulier, John Stamos and Lori Loughlin, who are charged in the college admissions scandal, have all left guest appearances on the show.
The reboot focused on the adult DJ Educating three children using the characters of Sweetin and Barber after her husband's death.
The storyline reflects the original premise of "Full House", in which DJ's father Danny Tanner with his help raised three children family after the death of his wife.
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Cameron Bure is the mother of two adult children and 17 years old.
"Fuller House" airs on Netflix.