Netflix’s ‘Fuller House’ Mr. Bear toy is the shared-viewing experience we want

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Netflix is hoping to pull on some heartstrings this holiday season with a brand new way to snuggle up to loved ones near and far. 

The company announced the specs for “Connected Mr. Bear,” a plush teddy based on Stephanie Tanner’s beloved toy from the early seasons of the original run of Full House. The second season of the Fuller House revival series set to stream Dec. 9, so Netflix is hoping to double down on its nostalgia and sentimentality.   

Connected Mr. Bear promises a special Fuller House viewing experience. With one Mr. Bear in one living room and a second, paired bear in another house far away, their synced “cuddle sensors” blink three times and activate a Netflix-connected device, turning on Fuller House. That way, viewers can watch (and cuddle) together. This video shows how it works: Read more…

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‘Full House’ creator buys ‘Full House’ house to feel full

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Who hasn’t made a nostalgic impulsive buy? Jeff Franklin, the writer and producer who created Full House, recently bought the iconic San Francisco estate featured on his show, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

“The house came on the market and really, I just thought, I have to buy this house,” Franklin told THR on Wednesday. “I’m so sentimental about the house. It’s great to have the house in our Full House family and be able to preserve it for the fans…Seriously, I love owning this house.”

Per THR, the house went on sale in May with a reported price of $4.15 million, which is approximately what Franklin paid to keep it in the family.  Read more…

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