‘That ’90s Show’ Season 2 Trailer Reveals Last Summer’s Almost Kiss Between Leia & Nate Won’t Remain A Secret – Update

UPDATED: Netflix has dropped a new trailer for Part 1 of the second season of That ’90s Show, which reveals tension in the air after Leia’s (Callie Haverda) almost kiss with Nate (Maxwell Acee Donovan).

“Now that I’m back for the whole summer I’m really starting to freak out,” Leia said in the trailer.

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Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) and Red (Kurtwood Smith) also give driving lessons to their granddaughter, of hold on to your seat.

The first eight episodes of Season 2 premiere on Thursday, June 27. Watch the new trailer above.

PREVIOUS, May 11: Netflix has dropped the first trailer for That ’90s Show Season 2, which will be split into two parts.

The first eight episodes will drop on Thursday, June 27, and another eight will be released on Thursday, October 24.

In the sequel series to That ’70s Show, 15 years have passed, and it is now 1995. Eric and Donna’s daughter, played by Callie Haverda, visit her grandparents for the summer and find a new group of friends in Point Place.

The cast includes Gwen (Ashley Aufderheide), Jay (Mace Coronel), Nate (Maxwell Acee Donovan), Ozzie (Reyn Doi) and Nikki (Sam Morelos).

Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith reprise their roles as Kitty and Red Forman for That ’90s Show. Original series stars who guest-starred in the first season include Topher Grace as Eric, Laura Prepon as Donna, Wilmer Valderrama as Fez, Mila Kunis as Jackie, Ashton Kutcher as Kelson, Don Stark as Bob, and Tommy Chong as Leo.

The trailer reveals that Prepon is back for Season 2, joined by Seth Green, who had a recurring role on the original series.

That ’70s Show ran for eight seasons on Fox for a total of 200 episodes. Kutcher’s Michael Kelso and Kunis’s Jackie guest-starred in the spinoff as the parents of Jay Kelso, played by Mace Coronel.

Kunis recently said she and Kutcher would not return for the second season of That ’90s Show, saying in an interview with ET, “We did our thing, and they introduced our son in the show.”

Netflix renewed the sitcom for a second season ordering 16 episodes, up from the 10 episode order of the first season.

Watch the trailer for That ’90s Show above and previous teaser trailer below.

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