Who would have ever imagined that we would return to the Forman home in Point Place, Wisconsin? Netflix is getting back into the world of That ’70s Show with the upcoming spin-off That ’90s Show, and it’s going to be one big reunion.
The series will take place in the summer of 1995 as Red (Kurtwood Smith) and Kitty Forman (Debra Jo Rupp) look after their teenage granddaughter Leia (Callie Haverda). Of course, she’s Erica and Donna’s daughter.
While That ’90s Show will center on a new group of teenagers with Red and Kitty also as main characters, the spin-off will welcome back Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, and Wilmer Valderrama in their roles from the original series. Tommy Chong will also be making a return appearance as fan-favorite character Leo.
Unfortunately, we won’t be seeing Eric, Donna, Kelso, Jackie, and Fez back on Netflix in June 2022. The series wasn’t included in the complete list of new movies and shows coming this month, but we have plenty of new updates about the upcoming series.
That ’90s Show release updates
Right now, an official release timeframe hasn’t been provided for That ’90s Show, but we do know that the series started filming in February 2022 with a tentative wrap date in late June. Because it’s a multi-cam sitcom, we could see a decreased post-production period.
The series could still spend about three to four months in post-production, which could bring us to a release sometime in fall 2022. Although the spin-off could premiere as early as September, we could also be in for a debut in October or November.
No matter when it’s released, That ’90s Show will drop with a big, nostalgic splash and will surely have a high-profile release. We’re still waiting to see if Netflix will get the rights to That ’70s Show so fans can rewatch the original series, but keep your fingers crossed.
Stay tuned for more That ’90s Show news and updates from Gizmo Blaze!