It’s kind of funny that one of the most iconic shows of the 90s is set in the 70s, but sometimes that’s how things go. Created by Bonnie Turner, Terry Turner and Mark Brazill, That 70s Show premiered in 1998 and ran until 2006, earning an admirable legacy in the vast realm of sitcoms.
There has always been hope among fans for a continuation, and who better to answer their prayers than Netflix?
Premiering on Thursday, January 19, 2023, That 90s Show invites audiences to reunite with some of their favorite characters from the predecessor, as well as welcoming viewers to meet an exciting assortment of new faces.
With the show taking place in 1995, there are plenty of opportunities to delve into some beloved time capsule songs from the era, as well as songs that came long before the time period.
With a great tracklist, let’s dive into the That 90s Show soundtrack.
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The soundtrack of That 90s Show on Netflix
You can check out the full That 90s Show soundtrack broken down by episode below, with 14 songs in total:
- Groove is in the heart by Deee-Lite
- You Should Know by Alanis Morissette
- Sad Tomorrow by The Muffs
- Tell Me Something Good by Rufus ft. Shaka Khan
- This is how we do it by Montell Jordan
- Shoop by Salt-N-Pepa
- Here Comes the Hotstepper (Heartical Mix) by Ini Kamoze
- I’ll Make Love To You by Boyz II Men
- Slow walk by Foghat
- The World I Know by Collective Soul
- No Rain by Blind Melon
- Cowboys from Hell by Pantera
- I wish by Skee-Lo
- Kids in America by The Muffs
How many episodes in That 90s Show?
Season 1 of That 90s Show consists of 10 appetizing episodes in total. They’re all available to stream on Netflix now.
Netflix has yet to announce if it has been renewed for Season 2, but it’s likely an announcement will be made as early as February or March 2023.
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“They are so unique”
Debra Jo Rupp (who plays Kitty Forman) was recently interviewed by ScreenRant and asked what it was like to film with a new cast and how it felt compared to their That 70s Show counterparts:
“…they are so unique. And they’re so different from the Show cast of the 70s. They’re their own thing, so it made it exciting because it was new, and it was different, and it was a different energy, which helped to tell the difference between the 70s and the 90s. It’s a pretty great band to work with.
Her on-screen partner Kurtwood Smith (Red Forman) also praised her during the interview: “Working with Debra Jo. Seriously. Debra Jo is my favorite acting partner.
This 90s show is streaming exclusively on Netflix.
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