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Eric Forman is a typical high school student growing up in Wisconsin in 1976 with his family and his friends. Together, they have the same kind of joys and sorrows that just about every teenager has while growing up. This show parodied many of the attitudes, events and fads of the 70's, along with those who grew up at the time and are now in their 30's-40's.

Featuring a young, break-out cast that has been featured on Teen People's "Hottest 21 under 21" list, That '70s Show has proven to be the latest series to launch actors into feature film roles. Taking their place next to the seasoned actors who play the parents on That '70s Show, the cast all landed film roles this hiatus. Ashton Kutcher (Michael Kelso) made the transition from TV to film by, working on three Miramax pics including: Reindeer Games starring Gary Sinise and Ben Affleck, Down To You and the upcoming Texas Rangers as well as the 20th Century Fox comedy Dude, Where's My Car?. This year, the rest of the cast is following suit and signing their very first feature film deals. Topher Grace (Eric Forman) has completed work on Traffic directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Wilmer Valderrama (Fez) will star with Freddie Prinze Jr. in Warner Bros. Summer Catch; Laura Prepon (Donna Pinciotti) makes her film debut in Destination Films Slackers for director Dewy Nicks; Danny Masterson (Steven Hyde) recently completed work on VH1's original picture Back In Black and will star in the independent film Sex and a Girl for first time director Drew Ann Rosenberg; Mila Kunis co-stars with Kirsten Dunst in Miramax's latest comedy Getting Over Allison.

Set in suburban Wisconsin, the soul of That '70s Show is the Forman house where ERIC (Topher Grace) lives with his ultra-conservative Dad, RED (Kurtwood Smith); high-strung Mom, KITTY (Debra Jo Rupp)and college drop-out sister LAURIE (Lisa Robin Kelly). Last season, Eric's friend HYDE (Danny Masterson) moved into the Forman basement after his mother (guest star: Katey Sagal) left town.

Eric gets by mostly with a little help from his friends - serious and cool Hyde, intellectually challenged KELSO (Ashton Kutcher) and his controlling ex-girlfriend JACKIE (Mila Kunis) and exchange student FEZ (Wilmer Valderrama). Eric's best friend and now girlfriend is next-door neighbor DONNA (Laura Prepon) whose parents BOB (Don Stark) and MIDGE (Tanya Roberts) are very deep into every '70s fad and fashion. Additionally, Tommy Chong joins the cast as a series regular returning as LEO, the absent-minded Fotohut storeowner who employs Hyde.

That '70s Show has become a hit series for Fox continuing to post high ratings in key demographics. Original episodes ranked #1 on Fox among women 18-34, men 18-34, men 18-49 and teens. That '70s Show is the 9th highest-rated sitcom for the 1999-2000 season among men 18-34 and teens; the 5th highest-rated show on Fox for the season among adults 18-34; and the season's 6th highest-rated show on Fox among adults 18-49, key men and teens.

That '70s Show and Volcano released That '70s Album, the soundtrack from the hit Fox series. This comprehensive collection features 2 separate CDs: The first entitled THAT ‘70s SHOW presents That ‘70s Album (Rockin’), features 15 classic '70s rock tracks along with Cheap Trick's newly recorded theme song for the show main titles, "That '70s Song." A video for the song was shot in Los Angeles with the band and cast members of That '70s Show.

The second CD, entitled THAT ‘70s SHOW Presents That ‘70s Album (Jammin’), features 15 classic '70s jammin' songs by artists such as KC and The Sunshine Band, The Spinners, Rufus, Wild Cherry, Parliament and James Brown amongst others. There will continue to be a lot of integration between the soundtrack and the show. Says That '70s Show executive producer Mark Brazill, "When we decided to do a soundtrack, we wanted to make sure it had a definite connection with the show. Continuing our tradition from last season, we will weave more songs from the CD set into our episodes."

Funny and frequently poignant, That '70s Show is hip, quick, and loaded with all the right tunes for the times. That '70s Show gives welcome new meaning to the "Me Decade."