Time to feel nostalgic about nostalgia. It's been 10 years since the end of "That '70s Show," or 36 years since the end of the actual 1970s. At any rate, it's been a long time since the teens of Point Place, Wisconsin passed their last dutchie around in Eric Forman's parents' basement. By that time, the show had run eight seasons (making it the second longest-running live-action sitcom in Fox history) and had made stars out of its previously unknown young ensemble players.

A decade later, two members of the circle, Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson, are having a TV reunion, co-starring as brothers on Netflix's new comedy series "The Ranch" (debuting April 1). Kutcher, of course, has been one of the higher profile alumni since "That '70s Show" wrapped; Masterson, not so much. If you're wondering what he and some of the other stars have been up to since they mothballed their bellbottoms, here's the groovy scoop.
The Ranch
Based on 20 critics

A former semi-pro football player returns home to help run the family business with his brother. Read More

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That '70s Show
Based on 18 critics

Set in the mood ring and polyester era of the 1970s, the series is a retro-hip situation comedy about an eclectic group of friends on the verge of adulthood. They live in... Read More