'That '70s Show' cast will guest star on Netflix's '90s spinoff — see the first photo

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We’re all more than alright after this casting news!

Netflix’s upcoming “That ‘70s Show” spinoff, titled “That ‘90s Show,” will see a number of familiar faces.

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According to PEOPLE, original cast members Topher Grace (Eric Forman), Laura Prepon (Donna), Ashton Kutcher (Kelso), Mila Kunis (Jackie), and Wilmer Valderrama (Fez) will reprise their characters for a handful of guest appearances.

Danny Masterson, who played Hyde, is absent from the lineup in the wake of multiple sexual assault allegations made against him.

The cast will reunite with Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp, who will reprise their roles as Red and Kitty Forman, respectively, as series regulars. They will also serve as executive producers.

In anticipation of the 10-episode streaming series, Netflix shared a first look at the reunited couple.

Smith, who is seen sitting next to Rupp at the Formans’ kitchen table, also shared the photo on Twitter with the caption: "Same Red and Kitty. Different decade.”

While no premiere date has been announced yet, it’s possible Kitty’s Fourth of July-themed shirt is alluding to a summer arrival.

The sitcom spinoff will be set in 1995 and find Leia Forman (daughter of Eric Foreman and Donna Pinciotti), returning to Point Place, Wisconsin to visit her grandparents.

“Sex, drugs and rock 'n roll never dies, it just changes clothes,” the synopsis reads.

Callie Haverda has been cast in the role of Leila.

Her basement-chilling group of teenage friends includes Ashley Aufderheide as Gwen, Mace Coronel as Jay, Maxwell Acee Donovan as Nate, Reyn Doi as Ozzie, and Sam Morelos as Nikki.

Grace, 43, celebrated the return to Point Place, Wisconsin with a photo of himself in a class of ‘77 T-shirt with a logo for the show’s fictional high school.

“Yup, still fits," he captioned the photo.

The original series ran for eight seasons from 1998 to 2006 on Fox and was set in the ‘70s.

Following the show, the cast found success in Hollywood with Grace starring on ABC’s “Home Economics,” Prepon on Netflix’s “Orange Is The New Black,” Valderrama on the “NCIS” franchise, and Kutcher and Kunis, who are married, with a handful of comedy and rom-com titles under their belt.

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