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That '70s Show (1998 - 2006)

That '70s Show (1998 - 2006)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

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76%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

72%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

A sitcom about a group of teenagers nearing on maturity in the 1970s. They deal with sex, drugs, and rock and roll, as well as disco, leisure suits and, of course, parents.

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Seasons

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2005, FOX, 22 episodes

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2004, FOX, 25 episodes

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2003, FOX, 25 episodes

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2002, FOX, 25 episodes

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2001, FOX, 27 episodes

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2000, FOX, 25 episodes

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1999, FOX, 26 episodes

78%
Critics Consensus: That '70s Show recaptures the dream of the 1970s rather than the reality, but it charms with its groovy style and an appealing cast -- with invaluable assistance from Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith.

1998, FOX, 25 episodes

Cast

Topher Grace
as Eric Forman
Mila Kunis
as Jackie Burkhardt
Ashton Kutcher
as Michael Kelso
Danny Masterson
as Steven Hyde
Laura Prepon
as Donna Pinciotti
Debra Jo Rupp
as Kitty Forman
Kurtwood Smith
as Red Forman
Don Stark
as Bob Pinciotti
Lisa Robin Kelly
as Laurie Forman
Tanya Roberts
as Midge Pinciotti
Megalyn Echikunwoke
as Angie Barnett
Mo Gaffney
as Joanne
Christina Moore
as Laurie Forman
Marion Ross
as Grandma
Kevin P. Farley
as Mr. Erdman
Jade Gordon
as Chrissy
Scott Whyte
as David Milbank
Katey Sagal
as `Gross Edna'
Pat Skipper
as Marty Forman
Nick Bakay
as Trucker
Kevin P. Farley
as Mr. Erdman
Allison Munn
as Caroline
Brooke Shields
as Pamela Burkhart
Jim Rash
as Clerk
Luke Wilson
as Casey Kelso
Paul Kreppel
as Mr. Burkhart
Shannon Holt
as Mrs. Erdman
Shannon Holt
as Mrs. Erdman
Gloria Gaynor
as Mrs. Clark
Seth Green
as Mitch Miller
Grey DeLisle
as Ms. Kaminsky
Tom Poston
as Burt Sigurdson
James Avery
as Officer Kennedy
Mary Tyler Moore
as Christine St. George
Alyson Hannigan
as Sally Simpson
Mark Ankeny
as Pharmacist
Corey Landis
as Young Red
Ashley Peldon
as Young Kitty
Terry Rhoads
as Border Guard
Carol Ann Susi
as Receptionist
Nick Bakay
as Donna's Journal
Ron Rogge
as Robber
Thomas Weber
as Counter Guy
Ethan Peck
as Young Kelso
Lisa Arning
as Cheerleader
Saige Spinney
as Receptionist
Joey Zimmerman
as Young Hyde
Earl Houston Bullock
as Funeral Director
Brandon Molale
as Karate Instructor
Richard V. Licata
as Mr. Visotsky
Tom Bosley
as Dr. Hammond
Suzanne Ford
as Marsha Sullivan
Jack Lindine
as Veteran No. 1
Samm Levine
as Lance Crawford
Loretta Fox
as Waitress
Stacy Barnhisel
as Rally Leader
Brock Benedict
as Eric (age 13)
Leigh-Allyn Baker
as Officer Debbie
Nectar Rose
as Kimberly
Lindsay Lohan
as Danielle
Jamie Farr
as Himself
Jenna Fischer
as Stacy Wanamaker
Gary Owens
as Himself
Zoee Ziegler
as Girl No. 1
Victor Z. Isaac
as Geeky Kid
Matt Winston
as Photographer
Jeff Lewis
as Guy in Line
Tom Kiesche
as Mr. Romine
Nancy Lenehan
as Nina's Mom
Tom Kenny
as Woofy
Fred Willard
as Charlie
Dan Castellaneta
as Agent Armstrong
Eric Allan Kramer
as Stuart Sutcliffe
Cody Nickell
as Young Leo
Justin Long
as Andrew Davis
Robert Kokol
as Santa Claus
Ted Nugent
as Himself
Kala Savage
as Teenage Paula
Shanti Lowry
as Female Dancer
Nina Jeffries
as Donna (age 13)
Roger Daltrey
as Wilkinson
Marcia Ann Burrs
as Stew's Mom
Paul Anka
as Paul Anka
Curtis Andersen
as Teenage Boy
Allison Mumm
as Caroline
Monty Hall
as Himself
Jerry Hauck
as Vet Rep
Chris Elliott
as Mr. Bray
Don Knotts
as The Landlord
Stephen Tobolowsky
as Professor Stark
Ileen Getz
as Michelle
Cheryl White
as Mrs. Anderson
Jack Riley
as Old Man Shinsky
Gary White
as Tuba Player
Morgan Nagler
as Ticket Girl
Michael Maury
as Army Buddy
Colette Freedman
as Mrs. Hollweg
Amy Adams
as Kat Sweeney
J. Robin Miller
as Hot to Trot
Ted Kairys
as Arbitrator
William Mesnik
as Irate Customer
Timothy Bottoms
as Vice Principal Cole
Francis Guinan
as Mr. Kelso
Ernie Ladd
as Manager
Connie Sawyer
as Aunt Pearl
Neil Flynn
as Bouncer
Natalie Farrey
as Girl No. 2
Garrett M. Brown
as Nina's Dad
Jimmy Pardo
as Mr. Randall
Isaac Hayes
as Himself
Jamie Anderson
as Foxy Lady
Shae D'Lyn
as Rudolph
Michael Milhoan
as Coach Ferguson
Phil Crowley
as Narrator
David S. Jackson
as Accordian Player
Yvette Nicole Brown
as Sergeant Davis
Mac Davis
as St. Peter
Charo
as Herself
Becca Sweitzer
as Girl No. 2
Christopher Darga
as Transportation Rep
Lyle Waggoner
as Lyle Waggoner
Phil Crowley
as Narrator
Chip Chinery
as Milkman
Nikki Pantenburg
as Dancer No. 1
Pat Finn
as Frank
Linda Wallem
as Jinx Mandell
Jodi Carlisle
as TV Announcer
David Joyner
as Jazz Musician No. 1
Andrew Borba
as Mr. Ortmeyer
Zach Selwyn
as Rocker Guy
Carol Mansell
as Timmy's Mother
Broc Benedict
as Young Eric
Alexandra Brandl
as Jackie (age 12)
Natalia Cigliuti
as Carmen Getit
Constance Marie
as Little Drummer Boy
Amanda Ware
as Bachelorina No. 1
Charles Butler
as Photographer
Tom Allard
as Meat Rep
Terry Wills
as Craps Player
Spiro Papadatos
as Gene Simmons
Wayne Schmus
as Clarinet Player
Sal Vassallo
as Guy No. 1
China Chow
as Girl in Montage
Dave Power
as Big Marine
Brett Buford
as Eric (age 7)
Melinda Sward
as Bachelorina No. 2
Keith Diorio
as Guy No. 2
Alice Cooper
as Himself
Jerry Lambert
as Bank Rep
Liliana Mumy
as Donna (age 7)
Marisa Brown
as Bachelorina No. 3
Curtis Armstrong
as Barry Donovan
Carnie Wilson
as Girl in Montage
Jim Holmes
as Olafsen Rep
Zahalea Showe
as Dancer No. 4
Joey Hiott
as Kelso (age 7)
Ashley Yegan
as Bikini-Clad Girl
Colleen Haskell
as Girl in Montage
Easton Gage
as Hyde (age 7)
Katya Abelsky
as Jackie (age 6)
Mindy Spence
as Girl in Montage
Sally Brooks
as Girl in Montage
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Series Details

TV Network: FOX
Premiere Date: Aug 23, 1998
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner, Jackie Filgo, Linda Wallem, Josh Sternin, Jeff Ventimilia, Caryn Mandabach, Bonnie Turner, Mark Brazill
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