Netflix's That '70s Show sequel series That '90s Show is now in production, but there is one big problem. That '70s Show is no longer available on the streaming platform. The beloved sitcom left Netflix in September 2020, leaving fans hoping for it to come back.
Although That '70s Show is not available to stream anywhere with a subscription, the show is not too hard to obtain. That '70s Show is available on DVD. Mill Creek Entertainment also released the complete series on Blu-ray in 2017, and that edition is still in print. You can also buy the episodes digitally on Amazon Prime Video. (Although, it's important to note that the physical editions are the cheaper options.)
That '90s Show stars Callie Hope Haverda as Leia Forman, the daughter of Eric (Topher Grace) and Donna (Laura Prepon). The series starts with Leia moving in with her grandparents, Red (Kurtwood Smith) and Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp). Netflix ordered a 10-episode season and has not announced a premiere date yet.
'Life's never been the same since they took it down'
gonna need netflix to bring back that 70s show. life's never been the same since they took it down— lazybaddie♎ (@IyanahKiragu) April 5, 2022
Producers are trying to get Grace, Prepon, Mila Kunis, and Ashton Kutcher back for recurring roles, Deadline reported in February. During a stop on SiriusXM's The Jess Cagle Show, Grace said it might be tough to be on the show, considering he stars on ABC's Home Economics.prevnext
'I would sell my kidney'
I WOULD SELL MY KIDNEY FOR THAT 70s SHOW TO COME BACK TO NETFLIX https://t.co/pgwvqZBKAu— Mαʅιƙ (@maIiktm) April 6, 2022
"It's starring two of my great friends, Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith...and I know some of the writers that are on it, and I'm just like, I have a day job, unfortunately," Grace said. "But they are an amazing group of people." When asked if there could at least be a photo showing Donna and Eric, Grace said it was "top secret" information.prevnext
'I could watch that show on repeat'
I’ll get Netflix back SO QUICK if they put that 70s show back on, I could watch that show on repeat until the day I die https://t.co/giW5tHe0Qo— kaylee 🔮 (@kaylee_denney) April 6, 2022
Although That '70s Show fans want to revisit the show repeatedly, Grace isn't interested. "It's hard for me to watch that show in reruns," he said. "It makes you so nostalgic. It'd be like if they were rerunning your high school yearbook all the time."prevnext
'I have not healed'
i have not healed since that 70s show was taken off netflix— toodles galore🍠 (@tamilianaire) April 2, 2022
'Never forgiving Netflix'
Charmed & That 70s Show were literally the only thing I used Netflix for and they took both from me 😭 https://t.co/9y3OncxAEi— Yah 🌚 (@pretty_yunique) April 6, 2022