Fuller House will return for a fifth and final season this fall

Fuller House is coming to an end.

The rebooted sitcom will return for a fifth and final season this fall, Netflix announced Thursday.

The streaming service also shared a farewell video from the cast, which states: “It has been an amazing few years of family, laughter, love. The farewell season of Fuller House is coming.”

Starting with a montage of clips from the show, the video features the original Full House cast members saying goodbye to the spinoff series.

“We’re saving the best for last,” said Candace Cameron Bure, John Stamos, Bob Saget, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber, Lori Loughlin and Dave Coulier.

Fuller House was strongly reminiscent of its predecessor, which featured widower Danny Tanner (Saget) raising three daughters with the help of his brother-in-law, Jesse (Stamos), and best friend, Joey (Coulier).

The 2016 Netflix reboot centered on Danny’s daughter, D.J. (Bure), a 30-something widow bringing up three kids of her own with the help of her sister Stephanie (Sweetin) and childhood BFF Kimmy Gibbler (Barber).

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Fuller House
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While the series largely focused on the three women, Stamos, Saget and Coulier have made several cameos throughout show’s run.

And after playing an on-screen family for so many years, the cast has said they consider each other family in their real lives, too.

“We had heavy life experiences — all of us, John, Dave and myself — had a lot of family stuff,” Saget previously told PEOPLE. “A lot of good things, a lot of difficult things and they’ve also grown through life.”

“As you get older, you go through stuff,” he continued. “And they’ve realized who they are, and they’ve realized how to get through life and they put out a lot of love and that’s why I think the show is what it is.”

Fuller House returns to Netflix this fall.