'Fuller House' season 4: Michael Campion reveals Jackson's relationships with Rocki, Ramona will evolve
Meaww has exclusively learned from Michael Campion that Jackson's relationships with both Rocki and Ramona will evolve for the better, come season 4
‘Fuller House,’ America’s favorite family show spun off of the 90’s, is returning to Netflix Friday, 14 December, and we will get answers to questions that have been bothering us since the season 3 finale last year. Will D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure) and Steve Hale (Scott Weinger) make long distance work? Is Matt Harmon (John Brotherton) really out of the picture? How will Kimmy Gibbler’s (Andrea Barber) pregnancy change the Fuller-Tanner-Gibbler dynamic?
What we really, really want to know about is Jackson Fuller’s (Michael Campion) future, specifically his future with current romantic interest Rocki (Landry Bender). Meaww has exclusively learned from Campion that their relationship – which is currently defined as friends who sometimes make out – will evolve, thanks in part to Jackson growing up.
Promising that this relationship is going in an interesting direction, Campion said, “Jackson is really standing up for himself. Before he was just getting pushed around, he kind of did whatever but now he really has a solid, like 'This is what I want. This is what's going on.' He is not as much as a pushover.”
This gradual change in his personality will also reflect in the relationship between him and Rocki, which will be fully explored come season 4. We knew from the very moment we heard them agreeing to being “friends who sometimes make out,” that one of them is bound to want more sooner rather than later.
The upcoming season will also see Jackson’s relationship with Ramona Gibbler (Soni Nicole Bringas) evolve. Having lived under the same roof for four years now, it is only natural they've become as thick as thieves, and as Michael points out, even though season 3 saw a little bit of their friendship, season 4 will actually see it get deeper, becoming more of a family than ever before.
“We do have one episode this season (which focuses on their friendship). It's more like Max Fuller (Elias Harger), Ramona and Jackson they kind of have a thing that they do. I feel like that was kind of explored in some of the other ones too but season 4 really goes deeper into that,” Campion said.
Over the seasons, Ramona and Jackson’s relationship has always been showed to be sibling-like, never really venturing into a romantic one. However, that has not stopped many fans from speculating about a romantic future for Ramona and Jackson.
We would presume it would be almost as adorable as DJ and Steve’s relationship. So long as we get about four more seasons of ‘Fuller House’ from Netflix, we sure have that to look forward to. This season, meanwhile, will be a bit more serious as compared to previous seasons, said Campion, who hinted at a gay character making his debut in season 4.
He said: “We actually have a gay character who comes on which is really cool. He is awesome in real life too. We are actually tackling real-world problems which is really nice to see in this season and I really hope that it continues into the next couple of seasons.”
Looks like there are more reasons than we initially assumed to look forward to the season 4 premiere on December 14.