Netflix has officially confirmed the renewal of the second sequel of the series That 90s Show.
Bonnie and Terry Turner, the show creator in a statement, said that “We here in Point Place are thrilled that we’re doing a second season. We’d like to thank all of the fans old and new for tuning in. We’re truly grateful.”
“Going to Point Place last season was a real treat for all of us. We’re thrilled to return," they said.
The co-creator and executive producer of the show, Gregg Mettler about the renewal of the show, said “All of us at That ‘90s Show were beyond excited by the warm, enthusiastic response to our first season. We can’t wait to return to Point Place for another summer of laughs and surprises. Hello 1996!”
Speaking to Distractify, the lead cast of the series Callie Haverda said her character would be more confident in season 2, “I think she’ll kind of move out of her comfort zone with the things that Gwen taught her and we’ll probably see her come back as a more confident person as more like, sure of herself."
“She’s probably done even more new experiences, met new people while she was gone. Yeah, I’m really excited to see what happens with her, when she comes back," she continued.
According to what’s new on Netflix, the majority of the cast of the show will return for the second season including Callie Haverda, Kurtwood Smith, Debra Jo Rupp, Mace Coronel, Ashley Aufderheide, Sam Morelos, Reyn Doi, Maxwell Acee Donovan.
Meghan Markle had been planning a big relaunch after her exit from the Royal Family in 2020
Taylor Swift earlier in her stories asks Swifties to get register for voting
Travis Barker recently returned to the tour following wife Kourtney Kardashian’s pregnancy complication
Casey Cott and his wife Nichola Basara announced the arrival of their first child, a baby boy
Ariana Grande began singing and acting when she was as young as 13
Shannon Beador crashed into a house while driving under the influence with her senior dog in the car