Mila Kunis on Why She’s Not Returning for Season 2 of ‘That ’90s Show’

Despite the positive response from fans that 90s showof netflix By-product Of That 70’s Show, Mila Kunis Will not be returning for Season 2 as previously announced.

Kunis, who appeared in the first season, tells ET’s Cassie DiLaura that she will not be reprising her role in the second season.

“I mean, we did our thing and they introduced our son on the show and you know, [enough]”, Kunis says when asked about a spinoff series at the 25th anniversary celebration of family Guy At PaleyFest.

Set in 1995, the series from original creators Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner follows Eric and Donna’s daughter Leia (Callie Haverda), and Kelso and Jackie’s son Jay (Maes Coronel), as well as their eclectic group of friends. – Gwen (Ashley Aufderheide), Nate (Maxwell Donovan), Nikki (Sam Morelos) and Ozzie (Rena Doi) – as they make brand new, hilarious memories over the summer, much to the dismay of Red, who is not happy. To bring youth back to your home.

In addition to revealing what’s in store for the new generation of teens, the trailer also gives a glimpse of the previous generation who have grown up and are dealing with their own issues, including Eric (Topper Grace) and Donna (Laura Prepon ) are learning to parent a teenage daughter. , Fez (Wilmer Valderrama) manages a hair salon, while Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) and Jackie (Kunis) live the corporate life.

that 70s show It had special significance for Kutcher and Kunis, who left From on-screen romance to real-life marriage With two children.


Ahead of the series’ debut on Netflix, Kutcher and Grace spoke to ET about reuniting with all their co-stars For spinoffs. “It’s funny and it’s weird. It was extremely nostalgic and really weird,” Kutcher said. “Going back into the basement – ​​it was weird just going back to the set. And then being around everyone, it’s just bizarre.”

“It was like going home for Christmas to see your whole family. It really was like Christmas. It was a gift. They’re all such wonderful, amazing people who have been so influential in my life and who I’ve become, ” grace overflowed, “To be able to go back and not only hang out with them, which was so fun, but then to be able to work with them again… it was great. And I can’t wait for people to see it.”

When ET spoke to Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Roop during the Los Angeles premiere in January 2023, the pair opened up about getting everyone back together for the new series and going back to the old set.

“I think [the same thing] That’s what happened to everyone from the older cast — we call them legacy cast — it’s like a lot of photos, a lot of memories,” Roop shared. “So many memories (all together), it was almost overwhelming. “

When it came to Kutcher and Kunis marriage in real lifeSmith quipped that it was “unusual” to see the pair transition from co-stars to parents.

“I mean, they’re the most beautiful couple I’ve ever seen in my life,” Roop said. “They’re very beautiful, lovely people. Beautiful people.”

Smith said of their adorable romance, “I couldn’t have predicted it, but it also didn’t surprise me.” “I was like, ‘Oh, okay, yes. That makes sense.’

that 70s show The broadcast ceased in May 2006, and after so many years, Rupp explained that it took some time for Kunis to regain the voice and mannerisms of her character, Jackie Burkhart.

“Mila had to find Jackie again,” Rupp recalled. She’s a long way from who she is now, so she had to take a few runs to get back into Jackie mode.”

Kunis has made a habit of starring in shows that kids flock to see. Whereas That 70’s Show The teen is regularly shown hanging out in the basement of her friends’ houses, with the mother of two voicing Meg Griffin’s character in the raunchy family comedy family Guy since 1999.

Speaking with ET at PaleyFest, the star joked that appearing on a show like this is “a sign of respect,” but she quickly noted that she has 10-year-old daughter Wyatt. No Allowed to watch animated series.

“everything about family Guy is offensive,” Kunis admits, but she can’t deny that the series has iconic funny moments. “One of my favorite funny moments — oh God, I’m going to get in trouble for this — is Dumpster Babies. This is very messed up. How do you explain this to a nine-year-old?”

He and co-star Seth Green argued that their children could probably start watching around “12 or 13”. Perhaps.

“We’ll talk,” she said.

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