That 90s Show’s official comeback for a second season this summer has been confirmed by Netflix. This is a current overview of all the information we currently know about That ’90s Show’s second season, which may air on Netflix as early as 2024.
A Netflix Original sitcom, That ’90s Show is a follow-up to That ’70s Show. Gail Mancuso directed the series, while Gregg Mettler, Bonnie Turner, Lindsey Turner, and Terry Turner wrote the scripts. The show’s production company, Casey-Werner, lists Tom Werner and Marcy Carsey as two of its eleven executive producers.
In 1995, Leia Forman spends her summer vacation with her grandparents in Point Place, Wisconsin, where she makes friends with a new generation of children while being closely supervised by Kitty and subjected to harsh criticism from Red.
Netflix announced on February 3rd, 2023, that there will be more episodes of the series. There are sixteen new episodes in the second season order.
It’s unclear if they will be divided into several parts, but we’ve seen this happen with several Netflix series in the same genre in the past—The Upshaws and the final seasons of Fuller House, for example.
When Will ‘That 90s Show’ Season 2 Release?
That 90s Show will be returning this summer, according to Netflix, who announced their 2024 schedule during their Next on Netflix event. Season 2 will be available between July and September of 2024, however, a precise release date has not been announced.
Originally, filming was scheduled to begin on May 26, 2023, and go through the end of September 2023. The writers’ union, the WGA, went on strike in May 2023, as you may have heard. The ticket site was changed to say that “production will resume after the WGA Strike” and that “future taping dates will be updated here once available.”
SAG-AFTRA launched a strike against Netflix and other Hollywood corporations in July 2023. As a result, the second season of That 90s Show couldn’t start production until both strikes were settled. After the strikes ended in late 2023, production got back underway.
First, let’s start with a fresh summary of That 90s Show’s second season:
Hi Wisconsin! After what seems like an endless school year, Leia Forman and her Point Place pals are back in the basement in the summer of 1996, ready to make as much trouble as they can in three months—more hookups, breakups, and general mischief. Kitty is overjoyed, but sadly for Red, the Forman home still has that teen spirit fragrance to it.
Although Leia and her parents reside in Chicago, it takes many hours to travel to Point Place from the city. This implies that Leia will have to wait until Christmas, Spring Break, or Summer Vacation to spend any meaningful time at Point Place. Many diverse trends emerged in the 1990s, so things might alter every time Leia comes to town.
Unexpectedly, right before Leia was supposed to leave Point Place, she came dangerously close to kissing Nate, Nikki’s boyfriend and Jay’s best friend. But before anything could happen, Nate’s sister, Gwen, happened to walk in on them.