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What To Watch If You Love 'That '70s Show'

Updated July 13, 2020 560 votes 39 voters 1.0k views45 items

List RulesVote up the television series that you know other fans of 'That '70s Show' will love.

Thanks to its hilarious cast, That '70s Show has given us so many laughs over the years. If you’re searching for ideas about what to watch after That '70s Show, these TV shows and movies are a great place to start. The best movies and shows like That '70s Show feature teen hilarity and tight-knit groups. In this list, you'll find everything from Letterkenny to Freaks and Geeks to Everybody Wants Some.  

What programs will you vote to the top of this list? Maybe you're a fan of Dazed and Confused, a movie that follows several different high school cliques during the 70s. If you’re looking for more sitcoms, The Ranch is a great TV series to dive into thanks to That '70s Show stars Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson. Some of the other notable movies like That '70s Show and series to watch if you like That '70s Show include Brews BrothersTrailer Park Boys, and Grounded for Life

Which shows and movies are the best for That '70s Show fans? Vote up the ones you would recommend to other fans, and be sure to check out the titles you haven’t seen yet.  

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