Where to watch 'That '70s Show' before the reboot premieres

If you want to catch up with the original gang, we have you covered. Here's where to watch 'That '70s Show'

Where to watch That '70s Show? Pictured: Top row L-R: Wilmer Valderrama, Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, Topher Grace, Laura Prepon. Center L-R: Don Stark, Tanya Roberts, Mila Kunis, Lisa Robin Kelly, Debra Jo Rupp, Kurtwood Smith.
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Wondering where to watch That '70s Show? We'll tell you how to get back to Point Place and make yourself comfy in the Forman basement. 

Sure, everyone's curious about the That '70s Show reboot, That '90s Show, which will premiere on Netflix in January. But what about catching up with Eric and the gang before diving 20 years into the future? 

Where to watch 'That '70s Show':

All 200 episodes of That '70s Show are available exclusively on Peacock, which means you'll have to do some maneuvering if you're going back and forth between the original and the reboot.

In the words of Kitty Forman, "What are the popular kids doing tonight?" A nostalgic TV marathon.

How many seasons of 'That '70s Show' are there?

That '70s Show has eight seasons, which ran from 1998 to 2006 on FOX. It focuses on a group of young adults coming into their own in the fictional Wisconsin town of Point Place. 

Who's in the cast of 'That '70s Show'?

Remember the O.G. cast? Here's who's who. 

  • Topher Grace as Eric Forman
  • Mila Kunis as Jackie Burkhart
  • Ashton Kutcher as Michael Kelso
  • Laura Prepon as Donna Pinciotti
  • Wilmer Valderrama as Fez
  • Danny Masterson as Steven Hyde
  • Kurtwood Smith as Red 
  • Debra Jo Rupp as Kitty

'That '90s Show': what to know about the 'That '70s Show' reboot

Time to fast forward 20 years into the future. Now it's the '90s, and Eric and Donna have a teen of their own, a daughter named Leia (played by Callie Haverda). She's about to experience a very Point Place summer with her grandparents, the bubbly Kitty and the sarcastic Red. She has a bit of trouble fitting in at first, but she eventually gets comfortable with her new clique. Not much will change for fans of the OG, as many characters will make an appearance throughout the reboot, including: 

  • Topher Grace as Eric Forman
  • Mila Kunis as Jackie Burkhart
  • Ashton Kutcher as Michael Kelso
  • Laura Prepon as Donna Pinciotti
  • Wilmer Valderrama as Fez
  • Kurtwood Smith as Red 
  • Debra Jo Rupp as Kitty

Plus, there's a new group that's basement-bound, including: 

  • Ashley Aufderheide
  • Mace Coronel
  • Maxwell Acee Donovan
  • Reyn Doi
  • Sam Morelos

According to Netflix, "Leia finds what she’s looking for right next door when she meets the dynamic and rebellious Gwen. With the help of Gwen’s friends, including her lovable brother Nate, his smart, laser-focused girlfriend Nikki, the sarcastic and insightful Ozzie and the charming Jay, Leia realizes adventure could happen there just like it did for her parents all those years ago."

Watch the 'That '90s Show' trailer:

For a sneak peek at what's to come, have a look at the teaser for That '90s Show. As Red affectionately asks his wife, "Why did you open our house to chaos again? All the dumbasses were gone." 

What was the Danny Masterson verdict, and will he appear in the reboot?

In the midst of the reboot, fans learned that a main character, Danny Masterson, would not be returning to reprise his role as Hyde. He had faced charges for three counts of rape and went on trial in 2022. However, the judge declared a mistrial in December 2022. A March date has been set for a retrial.

That '90s Show will premiere on January 19, 2023 on Netflix.

Danielle Valente
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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

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