“Pink 70s” will be developed. Netflix has announced a new series “That ’90s Show”, which is a spin-off of the cult sitcom starring Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. We learned the first details related to the production.
Sex, drugs and rock’n roll never die, they only change their clothes – with this slogan Netflix is promoting its upcoming production. It so happens that the streaming giant undertook to create a kind of continuation of “Pink 70s”, taking us to another decade, which is currently experiencing a kind of renaissance. Therefore, what do we know about “That ’90s Show”?
“That ’90s Show”: Netflix Announces’ 70s’ Spin-Off
Series “That ’90s Show” (whose title we can confidently translate to “Pink 90s”) will consist of 10 episodes and as the title suggests – it will take us to the 90s of the twentieth century. Fans of the original will be pleased that some of the actors will return in their roles. At the moment, participation has been confirmed Kurtwood Smith and Debry Jo Ruppwho will reprise their roles Roadstead and Kitty Formanów.
According to the presented description of the plot, we will follow the fate of Lea Forman (Eric and Donna’s daughters), who in 1995 comes to her grandparents for the summer. There, she connects with the new generation of Point Place kids under the watchful eye of Kitty and Red’s stern gaze. It is currently unknown whether Topher Grace and Laura Prepon will return as Eric and Donna. The role of Leia was also not revealed.
Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rup, in addition to acting, also served as executive producers, together with Bonnie and Terry Turnerami – creators of “Pink 70s”. He became a showrunner and screenwriter Gregg Mettlerwho also worked on the original. The anticipated release date of “That ’90s Show” has yet to be revealed.
“Pink 70s” is a cult series that was broadcast in 1998-2006. The production, which ran to a total of 200 episodes, dealt with the fate of a group of teenagers from Point Place, Wisconsin and promoted such popular actors as Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Wilmer Valderrama and Danny Masterson.