I love Wisconsin! Yes, we do. There's something about that phrase that brings us all the way back to the '70s (or should we say, the '90s?). Netflix officially dropped the trailer for That '70s Show spinoff, That '90s Show, and it got us feeling all types of ways. The iconic sitcom from the '90s is back with some new faces, along with some very familiar old faces that we couldn't be happier to see!
Between the sarcastic hits from Red Forman, the hilarious yet endearing one-liners from Kitty, and the constant getting up-to-no-good from the OG gang, That '70s Show was one of those sitcoms from the '90s that always knew how to make us laugh. And now, almost 20 years since the show's last episode aired, we're getting what we've all waited for. The official trailer is taking us all the way back to the Foreman residence, and well, for one, the basement hasn't changed! Kitty and Red Forman (Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith) have opened their home again to a new gang of teenagers - and Red is still not so happy about it! LOL.
The spinoff features Kitty and Red's granddaughter, Leia (Callie Haverda), who visits Wisconsin during the summer of 1995 and brings with her a group of misfits. "I'm going to get Fritos, Tostitos, Doritos, all the -itos," Kitty says to Red in the trailer's opening scene, who replies, "Don't feed them, Kitty. That's how it started the first time." True. The trailer shows us a new group of teens sitting in the iconic basement, pondering the meaning of life and throwing parties, but still, the trailer wouldn't be complete without a few of our favorite familiar faces.
Toward the end of the short clip, we see one of our favorite characters, Fez (Wilmer Valderrama), living his best life as a hair stylist, with Kitty as one of his clients! "Welcome back to Chez Fez," he says with Kitty sitting in his chair. "It's always an honor to have your hair in my chair." Of course, the trailer wouldn't be complete without the rest of the gang. We get a quick glimpse of Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Topher Grace, and Laura Prepon-who are Leia's parents. So gear up, everyone, for the highly-anticipated 10-part series, hitting Netflix January 19!