Netflix’s That ’90s Show features new generation and original cast members EXCEPT Danny Masterson

On Thursday, Netflix released the first trailer for That ’90s Show, the 10-episode continuation of That ’70s Show premiering on January 19, which introduces a new generation as well as bringing back the original cast.

Real-life married couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis reprise their respective roles as Michael Kelso and Jackie Burkhart.

Michael and Jackie are now parents of teenage son Jay (Mace Coronel), a charming and flirty aspiring videographer.

Premiering on January 19! On Thursday, Netflix released the first trailer for That ’90s Show, the 10-episode continuation of That ’70s Show, which introduces a new generation as well as bringing back the original cast

Topher Grace and Laura Prepon are back as Eric Forman and Donna Pinciotti, whose teenage daughter Leia (Callie Haverda) desperately wants to stay the summer in Point Place, WI with her grandparents Red and Kitty (Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp).

Leia appears to embark on a romance with Jay in the retro reboot from original creators Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner as well as their daughter Lindsay Turner and showrunner Gregg Mettler.

When Donna points out that Eric is ‘having a hard time with Leia’ he replies: ‘All I know is that I’m going to love her and stand behind her no matter what.’

At that, Mark’s father Red responded: ‘That is a great idea because when you stand behind your kids, it’s easier to put your foot in their a**.’

Real-life married couple: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis reprise their respective roles as Michael Kelso and Jackie Burkhart

Real-life married couple: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis reprise their respective roles as Michael Kelso and Jackie Burkhart

Accurate combo of the couple? Michael and Jackie are now parents of teenage son Jay (Mace Coronel), a charming and flirty aspiring videographer

Accurate combo of the couple? Michael and Jackie are now parents of teenage son Jay (Mace Coronel), a charming and flirty aspiring videographer

Parents: Topher Grace and Laura Prepon are back as Eric Forman and Donna Pinciotti

Their teenage daughter Leia (Callie Haverda) desperately wants to stay the summer in Point Place, WI with her grandparents Red and Kitty

Parents: Topher Grace and Laura Prepon are back as Eric Forman and Donna Pinciotti, whose teenage daughter Leia (R, Callie Haverda) desperately wants to stay the summer in Point Place, WI with her grandparents Red and Kitty

'Hey, new girl!' Leia appears to embark on a romance with Jay in the retro reboot from original creators Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner as well as their daughter Lindsay Turner and showrunner Gregg Mettler

‘Hey, new girl!’ Leia appears to embark on a romance with Jay in the retro reboot from original creators Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner as well as their daughter Lindsay Turner and showrunner Gregg Mettler

When Donna points out that Eric is 'having a hard time with Leia' he replies: 'All I know is that I'm going to love her and stand behind her no matter what'

When Donna points out that Eric is ‘having a hard time with Leia’ he replies: ‘All I know is that I’m going to love her and stand behind her no matter what’

At that, Mark's father Red Forman (Kurtwood Smith) responded: 'That is a great idea because when you stand behind your kids, it's easier to put your foot in their a**'

At that, Mark’s father Red Forman (Kurtwood Smith) responded: ‘That is a great idea because when you stand behind your kids, it’s easier to put your foot in their a**’

Wilmer Valderrama makes his flamboyant return as Chez Fez salon owner Fez, who’s excited to get Kitty in his chair for a makeover.

The teaser also showed glimpses of Tommy Chong reprising his role as Army veteran-turned-hippie Leo Chingkwake, but there was no sign of Don Stark as Donna’s father Bob Pinciotti (even though he’s back too).

At one point, Leah heads down to the Forman Family basement where her new rebellious gal pal Gwen (Ashley Aufderheide) discovers a bag of marijuana.

‘Your grandma just hooked us up!’ Gwen gushes before all six of the teens – including Nate (Maxwell Acee Donovan), Nikki (Sam Morelos), and Ozzie (Reyn Doi) – recreate the smoky stoner scenes made famous in That ’70s Show.

Still no last name! Wilmer Valderrama makes his flamboyant return as Chez Fez salon owner Fez, who's excited to welcome back Kitty Forman (Debra Jo Rupp)

Still no last name! Wilmer Valderrama makes his flamboyant return as Chez Fez salon owner Fez, who’s excited to welcome back Kitty Forman (Debra Jo Rupp)

The adults are back: The teaser also showed glimpses of Tommy Chong (L) reprising his role as Army veteran-turned-hippie Leo Chingkwake, but there was no sign of Don Stark as Donna's father Bob Pinciotti (even though he's back too)

The adults are back: The teaser also showed glimpses of Tommy Chong (L) reprising his role as Army veteran-turned-hippie Leo Chingkwake, but there was no sign of Don Stark as Donna’s father Bob Pinciotti (even though he’s back too)

'Your grandma just hooked us up!' At one point, Leah heads down to the Forman Family basement where her new rebellious gal pal Gwen (R, Ashley Aufderheide) discovers a bag of marijuana

‘Your grandma just hooked us up!’ At one point, Leah heads down to the Forman Family basement where her new rebellious gal pal Gwen (R, Ashley Aufderheide) discovers a bag of marijuana

'The circle': All six of the teens - including Nate (Maxwell Acee Donovan), Nikki (Sam Morelos), and Ozzie (Reyn Doi) - recreate the smoky stoner scenes made famous in That '70s Show

‘The circle’: All six of the teens – including Nate (Maxwell Acee Donovan), Nikki (Sam Morelos), and Ozzie (Reyn Doi) – recreate the smoky stoner scenes made famous in That ’70s Show

The original Fox sitcom aired for eight seasons spanning 1998-2006, and it was nominated for 16 Primetime Emmy Awards only winning one for costume design in 1999.

The only cast member not returning is Danny Masterson, who was accused of raping three women between 2001-2003 during the same time he was portraying the troubled biracial teen Steven Hyde on the series.

Jurors for the 46-year-old Scientologist’s rape trial were deadlocked and the judge declared a mistrial on November 30, so a brand new trial will start all over again next March.

Point Place crew: The original Fox sitcom aired for eight seasons spanning 1998-2006, and it was nominated for 16 Primetime Emmy Awards only winning one for costume design in 1999

Point Place crew: The original Fox sitcom aired for eight seasons spanning 1998-2006, and it was nominated for 16 Primetime Emmy Awards only winning one for costume design in 1999

Meeting his biological father: The only cast member not returning is Danny Masterson (R), who was accused of raping three women between 2001-2003 during the same time he was portraying the troubled biracial teen Steven Hyde on the series

Meeting his biological father: The only cast member not returning is Danny Masterson (R), who was accused of raping three women between 2001-2003 during the same time he was portraying the troubled biracial teen Steven Hyde on the series

Here we go again: Jurors for the 46-year-old Scientologist's (R, pictured November 30) rape trial were deadlocked and the judge declared a mistrial on November 30, so a brand new trial will start all over again next March

Here we go again: Jurors for the 46-year-old Scientologist’s (R, pictured November 30) rape trial were deadlocked and the judge declared a mistrial on November 30, so a brand new trial will start all over again next March

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