Stu Netflix it’s available That ’90s Showthe sequel Of That ’70s Show, successful cult series at the turn of the end of the 90s and the early 2000s. Years go by and the protagonists change, but the location remains the same: Forman house. At the heart of the story, the vicissitudes of Leia, Eric and Donna’s daughter.
That ’90s Showplot and cast
The time jump is al 1995. In the summer when Leia (Calle Haverda)teenager, asks his parents – Eric (Topher Grace) and Donna (Laura Prepon) – to spend the holidays at Point Place with i grandparents Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) and Red (Kurtwood Smith).
For the girl – insecure, shy and afraid – is the turning point. Point Place represents in fact a place of escape and at the same time of safety, far from the judgment of others. He also manages to establish a beautiful friendship with Gwen Runck (Ashley Aufderheide)The female neighbour. Even if they are different, almost at the antipodes. Gwen is in fact outgoing, confident and ready to jump.
The differences, however, are a powerful glue, and they soon form an indissoluble duowell placed in the group of Gwen’s group of friends which also becomes that of Leia: composed of Nate (Maxwell Acee Donovan), brother of Gwen and engaged to Nikki (Sam Morelos), Ozzie (Reyn Doi) and Jay (Mace Coronel).
Leia and Jay Kelso, history repeats itself
However, it is this that becomes a fundamental element of Leia’s summer Jay Kelso (Mace Coronel), another neighbor of the grandparents. Just as they were his parents. Remembering the past, grandparents Kitty and Red don’t look kindly on this attendance: what if it wasn’t just a summer crush, but it was the beginning of a new idyll? They are only 15 and loves at that age last the time of a song. Or maybe not.
Of course, thanks to the meeting with Jay, Leia manages to get involved and discover new emotions, to give the first kiss and to face the small and big difficulties of romantic relationships. Between mistakes, misunderstandings, fears and insecurities, the relationship with Jay will return her to the autumn completely changed.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis
When you set up the sequel to a successful series you risk failing in the comparison. That ’90s Show instead it manages to live on its own light, also thanks to a clever and functional expedient for the development of the plot. It’s about the passing of the baton between the old and the new characterswith incursions of some of the most beloved faces of the series.
The first episode opens with Topher Grace and Laura Prepon as Eric e Woman. Their presence is necessary to create the link between Leia, Kitty and Red, the latter two present in the original series. They appear Furthermore also Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. Still in the roles of Michael Kelso and Jacquelin Burkhart.
They return to the set married and with two children (Wyatt Isabelle and Dimitri Portwood), a relationship that began after the end of That ’70s Showin 2012. Leo Chingwake, played by Tommy Chong, also returns.
That ’90s Showthe differences with The ’70s Show
The most interesting aspect of That ’90s Show it is the fact that it has its own precise identity. Given by one tight script and imbued with jokes and sarcasm. Especially in the dialogues of Leia’s grandparents. But what is tastier is obviously the temporal-vintage data. The story continues the narrative arc traced by 70s, And the amarcord effect for the years already of the internet but before social media is fully exploited.
So here it is the arrival of computers in homesthe first connections with the 56K modem, music, fashion and above all TV series. 1995 is the year of Beverly Hills 90210, and Leia and her companions are certainly not immune to it. They discuss Brandon, Dylan, Brenda, Kelly, Andrea and David with the same fervor of those who really lived those years. In this regard, the cameo of Brian Austin Green as David Silver.
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