Surprising Trivia: Unveiling 30 Lesser-Known Facts About the Iconic Series, That 70's Show


That 70's Show is a popular television series that aired from 1998 to 2006. This article highlights 30 interesting facts about the show that fans may not be aware of.

1. The show's original title was "Teenage Wasteland," but it was changed to "That 70's Show" to avoid confusion with another show.

2. Originally, Chuck Norris was considered for the role of Red Forman.

3. The characters Jackie Burkhart and Donna Pinciotti were originally supposed to be sisters, but this idea was abandoned.

4. Laura Prepon, who played Donna, actually dyed her hair red for the role, but the producers liked her better as a blonde.


5. Topher Grace, who played Eric Forman, was the only cast member to have auditioned for his role.

6. In the first season, the basement set was only half-built, but it was completed for subsequent seasons.

7. The actors regularly consumed real marijuana during filming, but Mila Kunis was the only one who didn't try it.

8. Ashton Kutcher, who played Kelso, was actually a model before joining the show.

9. The cast got along well on and off-screen, often going out together to eat after filming.

10. Danny Masterson, who played Hyde, is an avid DJ and owns a club.

11. The show had a famous guest star in every episode, including Lindsay Lohan, Seth Green, and Bruce Willis.


12. Laura Prepon struggled with sciatic nerve pain throughout the show's run.

13. Ashton Kutcher was the first cast member to have his own trailer.

14. The show's opening theme song, "In the Street," was performed by Cheap Trick.

15. The series finale aired on May 18, 2006, after eight successful seasons.

These are just a few of the fascinating facts about That 70's Show that fans may not have known. The show remains a beloved classic, immersed in the nostalgia of the 1970s.


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