The first teaser trailer for the upcoming comedy series That ’90s Show, a sequel to the viral comedy series That ’70s Show, has been released by Netflix. On January 19, 2023, it will be accessible through streaming services.
In the first frame of the teaser trailer for That ’90s Show, we get our first glance at Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp reprising their roles as Red and Kitty Forman. Callie Haverda, who plays the role of Leia Forman, Eric and Donna’s teenage daughter, is also shown here for the first time in her starring role.
Have a look at the trailer for That ’90s Show below:
That ’90s Show Trailer
The 10-episode version of That ’90s Show stars Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp, who, respectively, reprise their roles as Red Forman and Kitty Forman from the original show. Callie Haverda, Ashley Aufderheide (Emergence), Mace Coronel (Colin in Black & White), Maxwell Acee Donovan (Gabby Duran & The Unsittables), and Reyn Doi are the others who are performing alongside them (Side Hustle).
“Hello, Wisconsin! According to the official synopsis, the year is 1995, and Leia Forman, the daughter of Eric and Donna, is spending the summer at her grandparents’ house. While there, she forms friendships with a new generation of Point Place children under the careful eye of Kitty and the severe gaze of Red. It’s been said that sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll are eternal; the only thing that changes is their attire.
Bonnie and Terry Turner, who also created the original series, are responsible for creating That ’90s Show. According to recent reports, the project producers hope some well-known characters from That ’70s Show may make cameo cameos in the new series.
The multi-camera spin-off series will consist of ten episodes, all of which have been ordered. While Bonnie, Terry, Lindsey Turner, Marcy Carsey, and Tom Werner will serve as executive producers, Gregg Mettler will run the show as showrunner.
That ’70s Show made its debut in 1998 and aired eight seasons before being canceled in 2006. The series featured an ensemble cast that included, in addition to, Smith and Rupp, Topher Grace, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon, and Wilmer Valderrama. Former cast member Danny Masterson is currently scheduled to go on trial in Los Angeles on three counts of rape-related allegations.