That ’70s Show is a journey filled with weird haircuts, strict fathers, and tons of nostalgia. The Fox series ran for eight seasons and provided unlimited laughs to all of its viewers. That ’70s Show follows Eric, a high school student and his friends living in Wisconsin. The group of friends try to live purposeful lives meaning a lot of parties and fun but most of the times there plans don’t pan out. That ’70s Show ran for over 8 years and now that the series is getting a Netflix reboot, we thought you could watch these shows while waiting for the upcoming spin-off series.
Synopsis: Set in a Colorado ranch, this multi-camera comedy series stars Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, Sam Elliott and Debra Winger. The show follows Colt’s (Kutcher) return home after a brief and failed semi- pro football career to run the family ranching business with his older brother Jameson “Rooster” (Masterson) and father Beau (Elliott), whom he hasn’t seen in 15 years. Winger stars as Colt’s and Rooster’s mother, Maggie, who runs the local town bar.
Freaks and Geeks
Synopsis: Growing up circa 1980, a misfit high-school student and his pals are probably destined to become new media millionaires, but right now they’re stuck in school, where all the girls are a foot taller and bullies terrorize the gym class. Meanwhile, his older sister is flirting with the dope-smoking bad boys, cutting classes and questioning the point of getting good grades.
Synopsis: Set in 1950s and 1960s Milwaukee, this series tells the story of the Cunningham family — father Howard, mother Marion, son Richie and daughter Joanie. Howard owns a hardware store, while Marion stays at home. Richie’s best friends are Potsie and Ralph. Arthur “Fonzie” Fonzarelli is the local bad boy, riding a motorcycle and filling his days with fixing cars and dating girls. During the show’s run, Richie leaves home to join the U.S. Army.
Synopsis: From Dan Harmon (The Sarah Silverman Program) and Emmy Award-winning directors Joe and Anthony Russo (Arrested Development) comes Community, a smart comedy series about a band of misfits who attend Greendale Community College. At the center of the group is Jeff Winger (Joel McHale, The Soup), a fast-talkin’ lawyer whose degree has been revoked. With some help from his fellow classmates, Winger forms a study group who eventually learn more about themselves than their course work.
Malcolm in the Middle
Synopsis: Created by Emmy® Award-winning writer Linwood Boomer, this inventive half-hour series is seen through the eyes of Malcolm (Frankie Muniz), a regular high school kid trying to navigate his way through life despite the various obstacles thrown in his way – a complete misunderstanding of girls, the constant burden of masterminding plans to get himself and his brothers into or out of trouble, and a miserable job at the Lucky Aide…not to mention a severe case of teen angst. Although Malcolm has a genius IQ, he can’t seem to make sense of the opposite sex, much less his embarrassing family. Lois (Jane Kaczmarek) is the outspoken, opinionated mom, who still manages to rule the roost even though her boys are growing wise to her crafty ways. Hal (Bryan Cranston), a dad who is just a bumbling, big kid at heart, often finds himself creating more chaos than his five boys combined. Reese (Justin Berfield) has mastered the art of a perfect blank stare, and makes up for his lack of intelligence with deviance. Francis (Christopher Kennedy Masterson), Malcolm’s oldest and favorite brother, is willing to move from Alabama to Alaska to New Mexico – as long as it keeps him from moving back home. Dewey (Erik Per Sullivan), no longer the youngest, has learned his tricks from the best and often pulls the wool right over his brothers’ eyes. And then there’s Jamie, the youngest member…and family scapegoat.
Son of a Critch
Synopsis: Based on the award-winning, best-selling memoir from Mark Critch (This Hour Has 22 Minutes) and created by Critch and Tim McAuliffe (This Hour Has 22 Minutes, The Office (U.S), Last Man on Earth, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon), Son of a Critch is the hilarious and very real story of a young Mark coming of age in St. John’s, Newfoundland. It’s a heartfelt window into the life of a child – much older inside than his young years – using comedy and self-deprecation to win friends and connect with the small collection of people in his limited world.
F is for Family
Synopsis: Synopsis: From comedian Bill Burr and EmmyⓇ award-winner Michael Price, F is for Family transports viewers back to the 1970s, a time when political correctness, helicopter parenting and indoor smoking bans weren’t part of anyone’s vocabulary, let alone the norm. Featuring the voices of Burr, Laura Dern, Justin Long, Sam Rockwell and more.
The Wonder Years
Synopsis: Inspired by the beloved award-winning series of the same name, “The Wonder Years” is a coming-of-age story set in the late 1960s that takes a nostalgic look at a black middle-class family in Montgomery, Alabama, through the point of view of imaginative 12-year-old Dean. With the wisdom of his adult years, Dean’s hopeful and humorous recollections show how his family found their “wonder years” in a turbulent time. “The Wonder Years” stars Don Cheadle, narrating the series as Adult Dean Williams, Elisha “EJ” Williams as Dean Williams, Dulé Hill as Bill Williams, Saycon Sengbloh as Lillian Williams, Laura Kariuki as Kim Williams, Julian Lerner as Brad Hitman, Amari O’Neil as Cory Long and Milan Ray as Keisa Clemmons. Saladin Patterson serves as writer and executive producer. Lee Daniels and Marc Velez of Lee Daniels Entertainment also executive produce along with original series star, Fred Savage.
Synopsis: Red Oaks is a half-hour coming-of-age dramedy set in suburban New Jersey in 1985. David Meyers is an NYU student, and a young man at a crossroads—conflicted about his major, confused about his relationship with his high school sweetheart, and unsure what to make of his parents’ recent confession that they may never have really loved each other. Hired as an assistant tennis pro at Red Oaks Country Club, David finds himself the recipient of unsolicited life advice from a colorful group of coworkers and club members, over the course of one eventful summer of self-discovery.
Grounded for Life
Synopsis: Young parents Sean and Claudia Finnerty struggle with their desire to be cool while simultaneously being responsible parents to three headstrong kids – and it doesn’t help that they have to deal with Sean’s crazy brother Eddie and judgmental father Walt.
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