Due to the fact that That '90s Show is set in the summer of 1995.

The sequel series will be able to revive one of the best holiday customs from That '70s Show.

That '90s Show's summertime location still allowed it to carry on the sitcom's oldest tradition

while that '70s Show's Christmas episodes were some of its best. That '90s Show season 1's running length 

 specified by Netflix, however, it has been established that the tale takes place in the summer of 1995.

Some of the most cherished elements of That '70s Show are being brought back in the sequel series, which has already hinted at a July 4th episode.

 While the Christmas episodes of That '70s Show were legendary, they also had a tendency to confuse the sitcom's chronology.

 For instance, despite the fact that the timeline of That '70s Show only covered the months of May 1976 and New Year's Eve 1979.

There were five Christmas episodes spread across eight seasons. A few exceptions were made to incorporate.

The gang's holiday-themed hijinks, though, due to the popularity of the sitcom's episodes.

The center is centered on holidays including Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, and Valentine's Day.

 While the first season of That '90s Show may not represent Halloween, Thanksgiving, or Christmas 1995.

 it doesn't take place in the fall or winter, it may still have some of the holidays that the first series avoided.

 More than 15 years after the end of the series, Ashton Kutcher's choice to return for "That '90s Show, The upcoming Netflix spinoff of "That '70s Show," was probably a little odd.

 The brother's Colt and Rooster Bennett, played by Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson, respectively, help run the Colorado cattle ranch that their father Beau owns in the movie (Sam Elliott).


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