That ‘90s Show just premiered on Netflix, and a lot of fans are happy to be back in the Forman house with a new batch of crazy kids. Since the set is essentially the same from That ‘70s Show, we have a set tour which showcases all the neat Easter Eggs and differences with the revival.
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How much of the That ’90s Show set came from That ’70s Show? A lot! Callie Haverda (Leia), Ashley Aufderheide (Gwen), Reyn Doi (Ozzie), Mace Coronel (Jay), Sam Morelos (Nikki), and Maxwell Acee Donovan (Nate) point out easter eggs as they lead a tour of the show’s famous basement, driveway, kitchen, and living room.
Since the basement is kind of the main set where the characters hang around, we get a neat Easter Egg in that the furniture in the basement actually used to be the chairs that were in the Forman living room back in the ‘70s. The living room also has some pictures from the original show, some even featuring guest stars like Betty White.
The Forman parking garage also has a lot of significant moments in That ‘70s Show, and the revival is doing the same thing with the location. Despite all of these nice callbacks, I’m hoping That ‘90s Show also manages to make its own original changes to the tried-and-true formula.
In 1995 Point Place, Wisconsin, Leia Forman, daughter of Eric (Topher Grace) and Donna (Laura Prepon) Forman, is visiting her grandparents for the summer. She meets and bonds with a new generation of Point Place teens under the watchful eye of Kitty and the stern glare of Red. Sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll never dies; it just changes clothes.
Catch That ‘90s Show now streaming on Netflix.