That ’90s Show: Trailer, Cast and Everything We Know

Netflix has revitalized several classic franchises, surprising many with its success. Notably, “Cobra Kai” will return for its sixth and final season this year. Another success story is “That ’90s Show,” which continues the legacy of Red and Kitty’s basement from “That ’70s Show.” This revival has garnered significant viewership, prompting Netflix to greenlight two additional seasons. As the second installment approaches, here is what to expect next.



Red and Kitty continue to anchor the series, now focusing on their granddaughter Leia Foreman, portrayed by Callie Haverda. Leia is the daughter of Eric Foreman (Topher Grace) and Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon) from the original series. The show navigates the dynamics and tensions of Leia’s summer visits, amplified by the long distances and the mid-1990s setting.

The upcoming episodes delve into Leia’s return to Point Place for another summer with her friends and grandparents. Leia and her boyfriend Jay are reunited after nine months of long distance, but secrets from the past, including Leia’s almost-kiss with Nate, threaten their relationships and the group’s summer plans.


The primary cast includes Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp, who also serve as executive producers, along with Callie Haverda, Mace Coronel, Maxwell Acee Donovan, Ashley Aufderheide, Reyn Doi, and Sam Morelos.

Guest appearances feature notable figures such as Laura Prepon, Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, Tommy Chong, Will Forte, Seth Green, Lisa Loeb, Carmen Electra, Wayne Knight, Matt Rife, and Kadeem Hardison. Neither Mila Kunis nor Ashton Kutcher will appear this season, and Danny Masterson is also absent… for unforeseen comeuppance.

Release Date

This series is structured in “parts” rather than traditional seasons. Part 2 is set to release on June 27th, with Part 3 following on October 24th.


Leia’s evolution continues, as depicted in the official trailer below. Watch the trailer to glimpse what’s in store.

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Wrapping Up

“That ’90s Show” successfully builds on its predecessor’s legacy while introducing new elements that resonate with viewers. Stay tuned for the release of Part 2 on Netflix. For more updates and related content, visit HitPlay.

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