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November 30, 2022
Watch: Netflix releases trailer for 'That 90s Show,' and wow does it look like a steaming pile of hot garbage
Netflix released the first trailer for That 90s Show. It's a reboot of the popular 2000s sitcom That 70s Show. As someone who was a fan of the first show and Netflix's The Ranch (which featured a lot of the actors) and who grew up in the 90s, I thought the idea of a reboot could have promise.
Then I watched this trailer. And I no longer think that. In fact, the entire development department at Netflix needs my foot in their ass. Every employee. One ass at a time.
That '90s Show | Official Teaser | Netflixyoutu.be
That 70s Show was exactly what the name implies. A show about kids growing up in the 70s. It introduced us to Topher Grace (Eric), Laura Prepon (Donna), Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Wilmer Valderrama, and Danny Masterson... who we don't talk about anymore. The show centers around Eric and Donna's daughter going to live with her grandparents for the summer.
Mayhaps there is more to it than this one-minute clip. But judging by the preview Netflix cut together to get us excited for the show, it looks like it failed to do what Cobra Kai gets right and every other reboot like this gets wrong. It looks like a parody of what it's based on. This sneak peek looks like it's making fun of That 70s Show. An odd decision, since fans of the original show would be the only audience interested in watching this.
I mean, c'mon. It's two decades later and the basement hasn't been renovated or cleaned at all? Just so we can see these 90s kids discover all these strange and odd artifacts from the 70s? Which as a side note, if I found a basket full of old flannels in the 90s I would think I hit the jackpot.
Redd and Kitty were a parody of what you would think Redd and Kitty would be like in the 90s. And the rest leaves the impression the show will be little more than lame references to the original show. Though of course, you have to do the iconic "sitting in the circle" scene. The 90s was when many of us learned about "sitting in the circle" ourselves.
We'll see if there is more to it than what Netflix is attempting to "tease" us with. What they are showing us so far sucks ass.
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