Entertainment: That '70s Show duo are reuniting for new project - PressFrom - United Kingdom
  •   
  •   

EntertainmentThat '70s Show duo are reuniting for new project

04:15  11 august  2019
04:15  11 august  2019 Source:   digitalspy.com

Jose Mourinho eager for return to football but only for 'right project'

Jose Mourinho eager for return to football but only for 'right project' Since leaving Manchester United in December, Jose Mourinho has been linked with several jobs, but he will only return for the right club.

That ' 70 s Show may have celebrated its 20th anniversary just last year, but that doesn't mean the cast members won't be seen working together in the Although The Ranch on Netflix did reunite some of them, two familiar faces will tackle familiar roles for a new project that could bring them back to

It's another That ' 70 s Show cast reunion ! Now that you could ever have too many. But this was the biggest reunion in more than two years. Former cast

That '70s Show duo are reuniting for new project © Fox/The Carsey-Werner Company - Fox That '70s Show stars Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith are winding back the clock to collaborate on an untitled TV comedy pilot.

That '70s Show duo Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith have signed on to star alongside each other in an untitled ABC comedy pilot.

So roll out the nostalgia cake, because this could lead to something really special.

That '70s Show duo are reuniting for new project © Amanda Edwards/WireImage Kurtwood Smith arrives at the ABC TCA Winter Press Tour 2015

The pair previously played married couple Kitty and Red Forman over the course of eight seasons in That '70s Show, and according to Entertainment Weekly, Debra and Kurtwood will once again fill this marital space within the new pilot.

Project Loon has been in the sky for 1 million hours

Project Loon has been in the sky for 1 million hours Alphabet's remote connectivity hot air balloons have flown 40 million kilometers.

Good news for fans of “ That ' 70 s Show ”: Two key cast members are reuniting for a new sitcom. Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson reportedly are set to star in a Netflix original titled "The Ranch." According to Deadline, the actors will co-star in the newest project from the two minds behind

Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Wilmer Valderrama and Laura Prepon reunite to remember That ' 70 s Show for Fox's 25th Anniversary Celebrations. Danny Masterson

Created by The Carmichael Show's Ari Katcher and Jerrod Carmichael, the untitled show follows real-life comedian Nate Bargatze and his wife Laura (played by Katie Aselton) who choose to relocate to Nate's origin of Tennessee where his parents still knock about.

Gallery: Celebrities you probably forgot guest-starred on 'That '70s Show'

Raising their six-year-old daughter here, the couple soon find the aim of a simple life to be much more complicated than they'd hoped.

That '70s Show duo are reuniting for new project © Getty Images - Fox Debra Jo Rupp, That 70s Show, then and now Just how Debra and Kurtwood's inclusion affects this will be one to keep an eye on.

Meanwhile, Debra's been keeping busy with roles in This is Us and Grey's Anatomy in recent years, whilst Kurtwood offered his vocal talents to episodes of animated comedies Rick and Morty and F is for Family.

Gallery: Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher through the years (USA TODAY)


Review could derail £55bn HS2 project.
An "independent and rigorous" review into the future of the HS2 rail link has been announced by the government. The exercise will consider whether the £55bn project should still go ahead, or if changes need to be made to elements of the scheme. Chaired by former Crossrail and HS2 chairman Douglas Oakervee, it will look at a number of areas concerning the project, including affordability, efficiency and deliverability. If completed, HS2 would connect London, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Edinburgh and Glasgow with up to 18 trains an hour at a top speed of 225mph.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 1
This is interesting!