That 90’s Show Trailer Netflix

Get ready to travel back in time to Forman’s basement as Netflix’s official teaser trailer has been released. 90’s Show finally here! It takes place about 15 years after the events. That 70’s ShowThe sitcom is full of both new and familiar faces.

The series revolves around Eric and Donna’s teenage daughter Leia Forman (played by Callie Haverda) spending the summer at her grandparents’ home in Point Place, Wisconsin. While there, he meets next-door neighbor Gwen (Ashley Aufderheide) and becomes part of a close-knit group of friends. It will take place in the summer every season.

The show will focus on the new boy band, but a few OG characters That 70’s Show Eric (Topher Grace), Donna (Laura Prepon), Fez (Wilmer Valderrama), Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) and Jackie (Mila Kunis) will guest star.

In addition to Eric and Donna, another original couple will be together: Kelso and Jackie (whose actors are married in real life!). “My husband and I are in this together, which is weird because we shouldn’t be like this,” Mila Kunis said. Access to Hollywood. “I called BS. I said, ‘My character would be with Fez…’ [Kelso and I] He was married and had a child, and I said, ‘I don’t know that.

90’s Show It’s also full of links to the original behind-the-scenes show. creators That 70’s ShowBonnie and Terry Turner, co-creation 90’s Show with their daughters Lindsay and Gregg Mettler (who That 70’s Show). Additionally, Kurtwood Smith (playing Red) and Debra Jo Rupp (playing Kitty) are executive producers. Laura Prepon also directed several episodes.

Actually, 90’s Show staged with a very different proposition. Terry Turner explained in an interview with Variety: “Our first transition is when Eric at one point went to a rock festival and got into a relationship with someone, giving rise to an unknown grandson. The old boy who says he’s the granddaughter of Red and Kitty.”

Eventually, Netflix decided that wasn’t true, and everyone went back to the drawing board. And so the idea for Leia Forman was born.

“I wanted [it] have the same feeling as That 70’s Show He did it,” Mettler told Variety. “The show had a very special feel to it. He was funny, he had a heart, he was sarcastic, he was loving in this family, in a group of friends. I miss being in the basement with those kids.”

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