The teenage cast of Feelin’ All Right at the unveiling of the Fox Broadcasting Company’s 1998-1999 prime time program schedule at Tavern on the Green. The program has since been renamed That 70s Show. (Photo by Mitchell Gerber/Corbis/VCG via Getty Images)

Mila Kunis has stated that neither she nor Ashton Kutcher would be making a return to ‘That ’90s Show’ Season 2. During a recent interview, the actress clarified that they’ve wrapped up their involvement with the sitcom, particularly highlighting their introduction of their on-screen son.

Kunis shared this insight while attending the PaleyFest in L.A., where she was celebrating her work on Family Guy, where she voices Meg Griffin. Interestingly, her co-star Seth Green, who had a recurring role on That ’70s Show, hinted at making guest appearances on the sequel series.

Green, who portrayed Mitch Miller in the original series, revealed his involvement in ‘That ’90s Show’, mentioning his upcoming return for another episode. This added a layer of intrigue to the series, especially given Green’s past connection to the franchise.

That ’90s Show, a spinoff of the popular That ’70s Show, continues to captivate audiences, focusing on the next generation of characters, including Leia Forman, portrayed by Callie Haverda. The show features the offspring of beloved characters Donna and Eric, with Kutcher’s Michael Kelso and Kunis’s Jackie making guest appearances as the parents of Jay Kelso, played by Mace Coronel.

Original cast members Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith will return to reprise their roles as Kitty and Red, respectively, adding a nostalgic touch to the new instalment.