Netflix Reveals the First Look of the ‘That 70s Show’ Sequel, Announcing the Return of Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, and More

Netflix Reveals the First Look of the ‘That 70s Show’ Sequel, Announcing the Return of Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, and More

Ever since Netflix announced that they were working on a That 70s Show sequel, fans have been waiting to hear more about it. For shows that have a loyal fan following and have left a mark in television history, often the most common question is: Are the original cast returning? Well, yes but not as regulars. However, Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith have signed on as regulars and will reprise their respective roles as Kitty and Red on the show. 

Although the show is still in production, the streamer has offered a sneak peek!

First Look of That 90s Show reveals two familiar faces

Although fans aren’t getting trailers anytime soon, the streamer has released a first look. We see Kitty and Red in their familiar Point Place home. It seems they were interrupted while they were enjoying a good time. Red has a beer bottle in hand, while Kitty is sipping a glass of wine. 

That 90s Show takes place at the same Point Place but after 15 years from the 2006 finale of That 70s Show. The series follows Eric and Donna’s daughter, Leia when she visits her grandparents for the summer. There she strikes a friendship with the neighborhood kids, starting the story of a new generation of Point Place kids. 

That 70s Show gang will appear as guests in the spin-off

Since the new of the sequel series came out, fans have been praying for one thing: the original cast to return. Well, fan prayers have been answered as the streamer just announced the news that the original Point Place gang will guest on the show. This includes Topher Grace who played Eric Forman, Laura Prepon who essayed Donna Pinciotti,  Michael Kelso actor Ashton Kutcher, Jackie Burkhart actor Mila Kunis and Wilmer Valderrama who appeared as Fez. 

Grace also dropped the news on his Instagram.

Mila voices Family Guy’s, Meg Griffin, and the guest role in the Netflix sequel will be her first major TV gig since That 70s Show ended. For Kutcher, this is his second deal with Netflix after starring in The Ranch. Wilmer currently appears on CBS’ NCIS, and Grace is a regular in ABC’s Home Economics. Lastly, Netflix’s mainstay, Prepon will return after her stint in Orange Is The New Black.

The revival is reportedly a 10-episode series. Netflix has not confirmed a release date for the sitcom yet. 

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