In August 1998, FOX took a gamble and aired a new sitcom about a group of teenagers and their parents in the 1970s. Little did they know that That '70s Show would take off, airing 200 episodes for eight successful seasons before finally coming to a close in 2006.So what happened to Eric, Donna, Kelso, Hyde, Fez, and Jackie since those days? Are Bob Pinciotti and Red still hanging out? Are Kitty and Midge still best friends? We catch up with how our favorite families from Point Place are doing, and most of them are doing all right! So rev up the Vista Cruiser and get set to crank up the tunes, as we catch up with some familiar faces from the cast of That '70s Show.
Our favorite geeky, clumsy, witty dumbass with a deadpan sense of humor was at the center of this sitcom. We saw the rise and fall of his relationship with his neighbor, Donna, and hilariously try to convince his father to let his friend, Hyde, move in downstairs. Ultimately, he decided to become a teacher and left after the seventh season of the show to go to Africa. Though mentioned throughout season eight, he was never seen until the series finale.
Topher segued his That '70s Show role into a feature film career, starring in films such as Spider-Man 3, Valentines Day, The Double, and The Calling. He can be seen in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar and has four films scheduled to release in 2015.
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Donna, Eric's high school sweetheart (and brief fiancee), breaks up with him in season four, but despite having a handful of other boyfriends, she ultimately rekindles her relationship with Eric in the series finale.
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Unlike her '70s Show co-stars, Prepon continued to work in television after the show ended. She guest starred on a number of shows, including House M.D., How I Met Your Mother, and Castle, while also working on a couple of series, including the current Netflix dramedy Orange is the New Black. see more on Laura Prepon