Season 1 of the much-aniticpated spin-off is now streaming on Netflix, here are the former stars who made appearences.
The much-anticipated iteration which is That '70s Show spin-off, That '90s Show, finally dropped on Netflix on 19 January. Airing from 1998 to 2006, the first show followed a group of teens in 1970s Wisconsin. This time around the plot follows the story of Leia who is the kind of girl who always tried to fit in and on a particular 4th of July, her life changes for the good. The fanbase of That '70s Show tuned in not for the new story but in hopes to see the familiar faces that they grew up watching once again in a similar universe. You bet, they got what they were hoping for here are all the actors who returned to cameo in this new spin-off directed by Gail Mancuso and Laura Prepon.
The spin-off is centered on Leia who is named by her father, Eric after his own love for Star Wars. Leia has her mom Donna's basketball skills. In the pilot, we see that Eric and Donna got married, and Donna is now an author. Eric works at a university as a professor teaching a course called "The Religion of Star Wars." Topher Grace and Laura Prepon show up in the first half of the show, and that's about it. However, we do see Prepon once again during the finale.
Probably the most popular one of the lot. The real-life couple returned on the spin-off as the reel-life couple and has a son named Jay Kelso, who later becomes Leia's love interest. In the cameo, they mentioned that they are getting remarried soon.
His salon is called Chez Fez, where "every day is a good hair day."
The Forman parents have returned as regulars tackling a new gang of teens from another generation once again.
He returns as Donna's dad, this time to surprise his granddaughter Leia on her birthday.
The show's stoner makes two very memorable appearances on the show.
The finale episode saw a surprise visit from Fenton, who still has some issues which need resolving with his nemesis Fez.