“That ’90s Show!” spin-off series is getting a second season on Netflix
“The wild nineties!”
Spin-off series is getting a second season on Netflix
The spin-off series “That ’90s Show!” is getting a second, even bigger season on Netflix.
The comedy series “That 90’s Show!” is getting a second season on Netflix. This was shared by the streaming platform on Saturday via Instagram with. The first season of the spin-off sitcom “The Seventies Show” has only been available since January 19th. The second season is now even longer than the first: instead of ten episodes, there should be 16 this time.
Solid numbers and reviews
The viewing figures are quite impressive: the series was watched over 41 million hours in the week of its premiere and thus landed on top Number five on the Netflix charts. In the second week it was still over 26 million hours, which was enough for fourth place.
On the reviews collection page “Rotten Tomatoes” The sitcom boasts a solid 76 percent positive critic reviews and 73 percent audience approval.
New season takes place in 1996
“All of us on That ’90s Show!’ were amazed by the warm, enthusiastic response to our first season,” says co-creator and showrunner Gregg Mettler of “The Hollywood Reporters” quoted. “We can’t wait to return to Point Place for another summer of laughs and surprises. Hello 1996!” So the new season will take place a year after the first.
That’s what “That 90’s Show” is all about.
The spin-off takes place in 1995, a good 15 years after “The Seventies Show”. Eric (Topher Grace, 44) and Donna Forman (Laura Prepon, 42) leave their daughter Leia (Callie Haverda, 15) to visit Eric’s parents Red (Kurtwood Smith, 79) and Kitty Forman (Debra Jo Rupp, 71). . Leia likes it there so much that she wants to stay with her grandparents over the summer vacation. She settles in with new friends in Grandma and Grandpa’s basement.
Many stars from “The Wild Seventies” are now also in “The Wild Nineties!” to see. Ashton Kutcher (44) and Mila Kunis (39), for example, return in guest roles as Michael Kelso and Jackie Burkhart. In the spin-off they have their son Jay Kelso, who is played by Mace Coronel (18). The cast of the 90s show also includes Ashley Aufderheide (17), Reyn Doi, Sam Morelos (17), Maxwell Acee Donovan (17) and Andrea Anders (47).