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‘That ‘70s Show’ Cast Reunited in Point Place for ‘That ‘90s Show’: Where The Stars Are Today

They’re all alright! That ‘70s Show is responsible for cultivating some of the most famous faces in Hollywood today. After eight seasons and almost 10 years on set, the cast of the sitcom has changed a lot since the show wrapped in 2006.

Thankfully, the cast is still very close and even has a “group text,” Topher Grace told Us Weekly in November 2019. The Spider-Man 3 star told the outlet that he didn’t think a reunion show would be possible due to the stars’ hectic schedules. “I just think the good thing about that show everyone had so much success in lots of different ways that I think it would be hard to bring the group together,” Topher said at the time. “But I would love to do it.”

However, in October 2021, Netflix announced a spinoff series titled That ‘90s Show with the actors who played the parents of Topher’s Eric Forman – Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith – signed on to reprise their roles of Kitty and Red Forman. 

“Same Red and Kitty. Different decade,” Kurtwood tweeted following Netflix’s announcement.

The New York native along with former costars Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Wilmer Valderrama and Laura Prepon were later announced to be reprising their roles in guest-starring positions when the spinoff premiered in January 2023.

Danny Masterson, who played Steven Hyde, is the only star who did not return to Point Place as he was charged with three counts of rape in June 2020 and subsequently fired from his previous Netflix series, The Ranch.

In court documents obtained by In Touch, the alleged incidents took place between 2001 and 2003 in Masterson’s Hollywood Hills home. The actor was accused of assaulting three women “by force or fear.” He was released on $3.3 million bail after he was booked at the LAPD Metropolitan Detention Center, according to LAPD spokeswoman Officer Rosario Cervantes.

In November 2022, a jury failed to come to a unanimous conclusion in the trial which resulted in a mistrial. The Men at Work alum’s case was scheduled to be retried in March 2023. 

In May 2023, Masterson was found guilty on two out of three counts of rape in the retrial and is facing up to 30 years in prison. Previously, he was looking at 40 years behind bars if he was convicted on all three counts. 

Scroll below to see what the rest of the That ’70s Show cast is up to today.

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