The First Look at Red & Kitty’s Return Is Revealed in That 90s Show Image
With an image of Red and Kitty’s (Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith) refurbished 90s-era kitchen, Netflix gives the first look at That ’90s Show.
In That ’90s Show, Netflix provides viewers a new look at Red and Kitty’s homecoming. That ’90s Show is a sequel to the long-running That ’70s Show, which aired from 1998 to 2006. While the first film followed Eric Forman (Topher Grace) and his friends, this time viewers will follow Eric and Donna’s daughter, Leia Forman, as she spends the summer at her grandparents’ house. A new generation of teenagers takes over Kitty and Red’s basement in That ’90s Show, and Leia makes some new pals.
That ’90s Show has been unveiling new facts about the production at a rapid pace since it was confirmed in October of last year. There have been some recent discussions on whether the original cast will reprise their roles in That ’90s Show. Netflix recently revealed that the entire cast of That ’70s Show will appear as guests, with the exception of Danny Masterson (Hyde), who has been accused of sexual abuse. While Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith’s characters Kitty and Red (Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith) were always planned to return, bringing back the majority of the original cast is guaranteed to entice old fans.
Netflix most recently provided fans a new look at That ’90s Show. Although there have been some 90s-themed modifications, the photograph shows Kitty and Red in their familiar That ’70s Show kitchen. Regardless of the spruced-up wallpaper and kitchen décor, fans of the original series will undoubtedly be nostalgic. Take a look at the image below:
Callie Haverda plays Eric and Donna’s Daughter in this new series, which also introduces other new characters to the area. Ashley Aufderheide (It) plays Gwen, Sam Morelos (Gabby Duran & The Unsittables) plays Nikki, Maxwell Acee Donovan (Gabby Duran & The Unsittables) plays Nate, Reyn Doi plays Ozzie, and Sam Mace Coronel (Colin in Black & White) plays Jay. Despite the fact that the new programme features many new characters in a new age, Jo Rupp assures fans that That ’90s Show is “the same yet different.”
With so many original cast members and a similar style, That ’90s Show appears to be attempting to replicate the tone of the original series. Other behind-the-scenes photographs from That ’90s Show back up this theory, revealing a virtually identical That ’70s Show basement. Eric and his friends’ new looks may not be revealed until the series premieres on Netflix. The reintroduction of Red and Kitty, on the other hand, is a perfect way to pique fans’ interest in the series, especially because Rupp and Smith are supposed to have regular parts in That ’90s Show. The series has yet to be given a release date, although the strea