In 1998, the Fox network welcomed the series “That’70s Show” produced by Bonnie and Terry Turner. The fiction revolved around a group of teenagers from Point Place, Wisconsin. The changes began to arrive with the decade of liberation. The story did not escape any topic, and the possibility of perfectly recreating the show of the decade caught more than one nostalgia. In addition to obtaining a huge success that earned it eight seasons, the series was the kickoff in the glorious careers of its protagonists: Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon, Topher Grace, Mila Kunis, and Wilmer Valderrama. The possibility of re-enjoying an undisputed classic in television history is just around the corner.
Here’s What Is Known
A few days ago, the news was released that managed to excite the faithful fans of Marcos Brazill’s fiction. Netflix has just ordered ten episodes of an expected spin-off that, this time, will take place in the 90s. The direction is in charge of Gregg Mettler, and the Turners will return as executive producers for what will be known as “That” 90s Show”.
Of course, immediately, everyone was waiting to know if any member of the original cast of “That’70s Show” would join the project. So far, the only ones confirmed are Kurtwood Smith, the Red Forman singer, and Debra Jo Rupp as Kitty Forman. However, the production continues to hope to convince more members of the past staff.
“Hello Wisconsin! It is 1995 and Leia Forman, daughter of Eric and Donna, is visiting her grandparents for the summer, joining a new generation of Point Place children under the watchful eye of Kitty and the stern gaze of Red. drugs and rock ‘n roll never die, they just change their clothes.”
With this official synopsis, the streaming giant announced the arrival of its new fiction and, once again, managed to thrill its audience with the possibility of a memorable reunion.
The Excluded Actor
Also on the remembered list of cast members on “That’70s Show” was Danny Masterson, who is currently in serious trouble with the law. The actor faces charges for three alleged rapes that occurred 20 years ago on his Hollywood Hills property.