That '70s Show: Netflix teases the spin-off That '90s Show with Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher
After the cult series That '70s Show, Laura Prepon spawned a spin-off program on Netflix, That '90s Show, which is is unveiled in a tender trailer.
The American TV seriesThat '70s Showforged the daily lives of many spectators during its 200 episodes broadcast in the late 90s and during the 2000s. It is therefore not surprising that the sitcom was entitled to its spin-off series on Netflix.
But as the times dictate, the license got a makeover by being back with a kind of legacyquel (a sequel with new characters that embraces the time elapsed between two iterations of a cult saga). It was the ideal and all found solution to revive all this with a spin-off and all that was missing was a trailer to arouse curiosity… and luckily, it just came oute.
On the menu, Leia Forman, daughter of Eric and Donna , is visiting her grandparents for the summer. She befriends the new generation of young people in Point Place under the watchful eye of Kitty and the stern gaze of Red during the year 1995.
In view of this summary, this first season will surely rely heavily on its legacy to attract the aficionado of the source material. This is why we find the characters of yesteryear embodied by the same actors. Thus, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Kurtwood Smith, Debra Jo Rupp, Topher Grace or even Laura Prepon are back to accompany the first steps on the screen of this fresh generation of actors. The next bunch of teens are Maxwell Acee Donovan, Sam Morelos, Mace Coronel, Callie Haverda, Ashley Aufderheide and Reyn Doi, six new facesready to unleash killer lines backed by audience laughter in the background.
And to further affirm the idea that the production was not born of purely mercantile interests (not that), it was Laura Prepon, one of the figures of the original serial format, who directed the episodes . The passing of the torch is therefore all the more resounding. In addition, the future version will take up the spirit of its elder, aesthetically and technically. Fans of the early days will therefore certainly feel like fish in water and will be immersed in the city and the settings they loved at the time (this cellar).
Finally, to find out if That '90s Show is worth a look and is truly a heirloom series worthy of the name, it will be visible < strong>on Netflix from January 19, 2023.