Everything We Know About ’70s Show Sequels

That ’90s Show, a sequel to That ’70s Show, will return Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis and others from the original cast

by Doug Norie | published

Is anyone else ready to return to Red and Kitty Forman’s basement? Well, it’s happening guys and it could be fantastic. almost 15 years later That 70’s Show Left the air on Fox, we’re headed back to Point Place, Wisconsin, in a different decade with a new generation of teens.

Given that the ’90s started to bring back some of the ’70s trends, it makes sense to time it and with the show’s original characters now grown out with families of their own, it was Forman in the mix. It’s time to bring the grandson.

That’s right everyone that 90’s show Coming to streaming and there are going to be certain callbacks to the original series. This is exactly the kind of reboot/spinoff we need in our lives. Hello Wisconsin!

’90s Show Cast Includes Original Stars Debra Jupp and Kurtwood Smith

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Kurtwood Smith and Debra Joe Roop will reprise their roles as Red and Kitty Forman from the original series. Seeing as how it would, once again, take place in his house with home as the setting, it made sense to cast him back in popular roles.

It will really be something to see how Red’s raunchy demeanor and Kitty’s cute toughness play out in the ’90s as opposed to the ’70s. It is likely to look very similar. Which is to say, it’s going to be great.

Callie Havarda is Leia Foreman

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with respect to the main cast That 90’s show, Like in the original series, we’ll find a bunch of unknown people playing teenagers. Callie Havarda is Leia Forman who, according to the opening logline, shares some of the anger and sarcasm she saw with her father, Eric.

Others will include Gwen (Ashley Oufderheide), Jay (Mace Coronel), Nate (Maxwell Aisi Donovan), Ozzy (Rain Doi), and Nikki (Sam Morelos).

to like That 70’s Show, These characters would fit some of the potential stereotypes of this generation, with a purposefully eclectic mix of faces, backgrounds and interests to evoke some decade’s je ne sais quoi.

The 90s, for all its masques, were a unique generation, really the last before the internet and social media connectivity. And as such, there’s a good chance that it has some of the same central past traits as its predecessors.

Topher Grace, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis and Others Are Coming Back

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This is the most recent exciting development for That 90’s show. We already knew that Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo were set to reprise their roles of Roop Redd and Kitty Forman. After all, this was their home, Leia had planned to come and spend the summer with.

But the most exciting news came recently time limit And Hollywood Reporterthat most of the original That 70’s Show the cast was going to make their way That 90’s show. While it’s unlikely they have major roles, we do know that Topher Grace (Eric), Laura Prepon (Donna), Mila Kunis (Jackie), Ashton Kutcher (Kelso), and Wilmer Valderrama (Faze) will all return to the mix. are.

Who lives in Point Place is not entirely clear, but there will be at least a reunion of sorts. Maybe at the end of summer when Eric and Donna come to pick up Leia? Seems like it makes the most sense.

Additionally, original series creators Bonnie and Terry Turner are returning to the series. they . was the original producer of That 70’s Show, And from that perspective, it’s easy to see how they were able to take off most of the original cast for the sake of continuity.

absent from that 90’s show Danny Masterson who played Hyde in the original. he is currently ready to test In August for the rape and sexual assault charges that were brought against her by multiple accusers. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges, however with these ongoing legal battles it is clear why he will not be included in this sequel.

That ’70s Show ran for eight seasons and 200 episodes

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that 90’s show Fox is ready to have a sequel to the sitcom That 70’s show. The latter aired for eight seasons between 1998 and 2006, with a total of 200 episodes. It followed the story of teenager Eric Forman in the time period from 1976 to 1979. The series was like a time capsule in that it exposed some of the big moments in time at the end of the decade (Bi, Star Wars, politics, etc.) through the eyes of pot-smoking high schoolers.

The show was hilarious in the interplay between Eric and his parents (Study Redd and Aunt Kitty), as well as his relationship with on-again girlfriend Donna, spoiled Jackie, pretty boy Kelso, rebellious Hyde, and exchange student. Fez. The character became one of the most famous on television at the time and spurred the careers of many future stars on the big and small screens. that 90’s show Will connect directly to the original series, bringing us back to the same house. Although this time it is with Eric and Donna’s daughter Leia (A.) star wars Context?) Coming back for Red and Kitty for summer. There he will meet a new gang of friends.

There was another that was a 70s sequel, that 80s show

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Yes and no. this is the first attempt That 90’s show, So from that perspective, we’re looking at a basic run here. but after success That 70’s Show, Fox attempted to get something out of the brand name when they created that 80’s show, From a story perspective, it was completely unrelated to the original. It followed a group in San Diego during this liberal decade. But critics hated it and the ratings (for the time) were not up to snuff. It was quickly canceled.

That 90s show will air on Netflix


Although That 70’s Show aired on fox, that 90’s show Going the streaming route. It’s coming to Netflix and will likely continue with that platform’s style of cramming entire seasons into one fell swoop.

We’re not sure of the exact timeline, but given where they are in terms of casting and production, as well as some of the opening scenes of Kitty and Red, it could be close. a good guess we see that 90’s show Sometime in early fall, maybe in September 2022.

with that 90’s show Coming down the pike, we’re sure to start getting more details about the series soon. Overall, from what we already know about the updated story, the decade, and the returning cast, this could be another big hit for Netflix.


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