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That ‘90s Show Heads Back to Forman’s Basement in New Poster

CBR 1/3/2023 Emily Zogbi
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That '90s Show returns to Eric Forman's basement in a new poster for the upcoming Netflix series.

The poster was shared on Twitter by Netflix with the tagline, "Times change. Teenagers don't." The poster features returning cast members from That '70s Show, Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith as Kitty and Red Forman, as well as the new cast of teenagers that will be taking over the Formans' basement for another summer in Point Place, WI.

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It was announced that Netflix's That '90s Show had received a series order in October 2021 from the original creators of That '70s Show, Bonnie and Terry Turner. Netflix ordered 10 episodes of the '90s-themed spinoff series, with Gregg Mettler serving as showrunner. Smith and Rupp were among the first cast members announced as returning to the spinoff and will also serve as executive producers on the series. Tommy Chong will reprise his That '70s Show role as Leo as well.

That '90s Show Stars a New Generation of Teenagers

While That '90s Show will feature many familiar faces, the spinoff will also see a new ensemble cast for a new generation of teenagers. Callie Haverda stars as Leia Forman, the daughter of Eric and Donna, who will be spending the summer in Point Place, Wisconsin with her grandparents, Kitty and Red. Described as "smart like her mom, snarky like her dad," Leia is ready for a new adventure and finds it "next door to her grandparents' house in Point Place."

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Along with Haverda, the cast of newcomers will include Ashley Aufderheide as riot grrl Gwen; Mace Coronel as Jay, the son of Kelso and Jackie; Maxwell Acee Donovan as Jay's best friend and Gwen's older brother, Nate; Reyn Doi as Ozzie; and, finally, Sam Morelos as Nate's girlfriend, Nikki. Netflix recently released the first official trailer for the sequel series, which also featured most of the original main cast of That '70s Show.

That '70s Show aired in 1998 and ran for eight seasons on Fox, chronicling the misadventures of a group of teenagers in the '70s in Point Place. The ensemble cast included Topher Grace as Eric Forman, Laura Prepon as Donna Pinciotti, Mila Kunis as Jackie Burkhart, Ashton Kutcher as Michael Kelso, Wilder Valderrama as Fez and Danny Masterson as Steven Hyde. Five of the six prominent cast members from the original sitcom will return for the sequel series for various guest appearances. Masterson, however, will not return for the series after he was ordered to stand trial for three rape charges in Los Angeles, CA.

All eight seasons of That '70s Show were available on Netflix, but they exited the streaming platform in 2020. That '90s Show premieres on Netflix on Jan. 19.

Source: Twitter

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