It feels like it’s taken decades, but Netflix on Tuesday finally released the trailer for That ‘90s Show, the long-awaited sequel series to That ‘70s Show.
The clip features Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp — reprising their roles as Red and Ketty, respectively — with their grandchildren. But even though some of the faces are new, the setting isn’t; the basement is the same one from the earlier show.
Meanwhile, That ‘90s Show premieres on Jan. 19. Watch the trailer for the new series right here:
Only a day after Netflix posted the clip online, it already had 2.3 million views on YouTube.
“Welcome back to your favorite basement,” read the promotional text for the video. “Same Formans, new friends.”
Putting the video segment in context, the description said: “It’s 1995 and Leia Forman, daughter of Eric and Donna, is visiting her grandparents for the summer, where she bonds with a new generation of Point Place kids under the watchful eye of Kitty and the stern glare of Red.”
The Legacy of That ‘70s Show
That ‘70s Show ran for eight seasons and 200 episodes, from August 1998 to May 2006. Smith and Rupp led what was called the “Older Cast.”
The program gained extra attention for launching the career of actor, producer, and model Ashton Kutcher. After the show’s success, he starred in movies like Dude, Where’s My Car; No Strings Attached; and The Butterfly Effect. He also took over for Charlie Sheen in Two and a Half Me, and currently stars in the Netflix sitcom The Ranch.
CNN noted that Kutcher, Kunis — along with their cast mates Laura Prepon, Topher Grace, and Wilder Valderrama — appears in one of the 10 episodes encompassing the first season of That ‘90s Show.
New cast members include Callie Haverda, Ashley Aufderheide, Maxwell Donovan, Mace Coronel, Reyn Doi, Sam Morelos, and Andrea Anders.