'That ‘90s Show': Debra Jo Rupp reveals she NEVER thought Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis would get married
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: 'That '90s Show' is an upcoming funny television period teen sitcom set during the summer of 1995, featuring characters and locales that debuted in its predecessor, 'That '70s Show'. Speaking of 'That '70s Show' alumni, Debra Jo Rupp never considered the other two Fox actors, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis to ever get married. However, the upcoming Netflix series will show Leia’s arrival as a courtesy of a visit from Red and Kitty’s son, Eric (Topher Grace), and his wife, Donna (Laura Prepon). Not surprisingly, the live audience goes crazy over these original cast members’ cameos (the first of several this season).
Furthermore, the series is produced by The Carsey-Werner Company, with Gregg Mettler serving as showrunner and Bonnie Turner, Terry Turner, their daughter Lindsay Turner, Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner, Kurtwood Smith, and Rupp as executive producers. Read more to find out what did the beloved alum say about her colleagues.
In an exclusive interview with E! News, Kurtwood and Debra Jo described what made it so special. "It was just wonderful," Kurtwood said. "I had seen them, so did Debra Jo, when we did Netflix's 'The Ranch'. Mila would come around. So, we had seen them. But to see them on that set and especially exploding the way they do with their characters, that was really something."
When she was asked about a favorite part of getting back together with Ashton and Mila, she said it was a nostalgia trip to watch them fall so seamlessly back into their roles. "To see them crashing into the kitchen, to see Ashton crashing, you know?" Debra Jo said. "And Mila finding that really obnoxious little Jackie. That was fun."
Furthermore, when she was asked if she ever thought Ashton and Mila would get married, Debra Jo bluntly responded, "No," but called the couple "the two most beautiful people in the universe." Nevertheless, several cast members of our favorite '70s-themed sitcom reunited on January 14, for a 'That '90s Show' event, where they appeared to have the time of their lives on the red carpet.
That ’90s Show' series premieres on Thursday, January 19, only on Netflix.