That ‘90s Show: That ’70s Show, which premiered in the late 1990s, introduced the world to a gang of endearing misfits from Wisconsin.
While the show finished in the middle of the 2000s, it still has a cult following.
Netflix released the first trailer for That ’90s Show, the show’s follow-up, in late 2022.
The first That ’90s Show teaser, featuring Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp as the timeless Red and Kitty Forman, was unveiled by Netflix on November 30.
Their granddaughter Leia (Callie Haverda), who takes over the basement where her parents used to hang out in their teens, is the focus of the show.
It goes as follows:
“It’s 1995 and Leia Forman is desperate for some adventure in her life, or at least a best friend who isn’t her dad.”
“When she arrives in Point Place to visit her grandparents, Red and Kitty, Leia finds what she’s looking for right next door when she meets the dynamic and rebellious Gwen.”
“With the help of Gwen’s friends, including her lovable brother Nate, his smart, laser-focused girlfriend Nikki, the sarcastic and insightful Ozzie, and the charming Jay, Leia realizes adventures that could happen there just like it did for her parents all those years ago.”
“Excited to reinvent herself, she convinces her parents to let her stay for the summer.”
“With a basement full of teens again, Kitty is happy the Forman house is now home for a new generation and Red is, well… Red.”
The official trailer for That ’90s Show just came out.
As Kitty makes a shopping list for Leia and her friends, Red reminds her that feeding them was what “started it the first time.”
Kitty and Red begin their conversation over the kitchen table.
In the trailer, Leia is seen hanging out in well-known locations around Point Place, where the former gang used to congregate, where she meets Gwen and her pals.
Kitty accidentally gives the teenagers a bag of marijuana in an old box while she is in the basement.
The character of Fez, played by Wilmer Valderrama, who now owns the Chez Fez salon, is introduced to the audience after several cut scenes.
In the last moments, it is shown that Tommy Chong’s character Leo is still alive, and Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ characters Kelso and Jackie make an appearance together.
In the trailer, Eric and Donna (Topher Grace and Laura Prepon) also appear, discussing their support for Kitty’s decision to stay for the summer with Red and Kitty.
What happened to the characters after That ‘70s Show?
Despite leaving the show at the end of the seventh season, actor Topher Grace made an appearance in the finale.
That ’90s Show clarifies that he and Donna were married and had a daughter named Leia even though it was unclear if they initially reconciled.
When the original show was about to end, Donna had a realization that she was prepared to enroll in college.
She decided to wait for Eric before leaving.
He didn’t arrive until the very last moment.
Donna probably kept on with her plan to go to college and become the writer she wanted to be, even though it hasn’t been confirmed yet.
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Season 8’s opening episodes of the show featured Ashton Kutcher, who subsequently quit.
He did, however, also show up in the finale.
Despite the fact that Kelso had a child with a different character in the program, it’s possible that the real-life marriage of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis influenced the characters’ love stories and pushed them to get married.
Jackie Burkhart had romantic relationships with Kelso, Hyde, and Fez on That ’70s Show, but it wasn’t until the last season that her romance with Fez became official.
We will have to wait and see if her and Fez’s romance endured after the series conclusion.
But Jackie was last seen working in network television, so it’s likely that she kept doing that even after the show ended.
Fez had a following at a hair shop in season 7, later engaging in a womanizing spree in the following season.
He could have taken over the salon or opened his own, but in the last season he chose to be in a relationship.