That ’70s Show: How to watch That ’70s Show online

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Sadly, the beloved FOX comedy That ‘70s Show is no longer available on Netflix for fans to re-watch to their hearts’ content. All eight seasons were removed from the global streaming giant today (Monday, September 7) but how else can you watch That ‘70s Show? has all of the streaming options you need to know.

How to watch That ‘70s Show online


At the moment, you can watch episodes of That ‘70s Show on Amazon Prime for $2.99 per episode.

Alternatively, you can purchase each individual season from $26.99.

If you are a subscriber to Comedy Central via Cable or Satellite provider, three seasons of That ’70s Show are included in the channel subscription.

Comedy Central US also has an app, where you will be able to watch episodes of That ’70s Show if you are a paying customer.

All eight seasons are available to stream via YouTube TV in the US.

You can subscribe to YouTube TV from $64.99 per month and can cancel your subscription at any time.

READ MORE That ’70s Show Netflix: Why is That ’70s Show leaving Netflix?


Unfortunately, That ‘70s Show is also no longer available on Netflix in the UK.

Unlike the US, episodes and entire seasons are not available to purchase on an individual basis.

However, you can purchase the eight-episode DVD box set on Amazon Prime Video, with prices ranging between £78.99 to £129.95.

Despite the series no longer being available on Netflix, fans of the show are remaining hopeful the show will find a new home.


Thankfully, president of Carsey-Werner TV Distribution Jim Kraus has hinted in the past other streaming platforms are interested.

Ahead of Netflix’s decision not to renew the series, Kraus told Deadline: “I think they would like to keep the show, but there are at least three to four other places interested.

“With all the interest that has been expressed, if we cannot come to an agreement with Netflix, we will move on.”

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Why is That ‘70s Show no longer on Netflix?

Fans can no longer watch That ‘70s Show on Netflix as the streaming giant did not renew its licensing deal to keep the series on the streaming platform.

The Observer reported: “It turns out that Q4, or September to December of this year, was the time frame That ’70s Show could leave if Netflix was not able to renew its licensing deal.

“Given its strong performance and the fact tha Netflix’s licensed library is shrinking, one might have thought the streaming company would make a Godfather offer to keep the series.

“But as the company repositions its strategy and enormous content budget to focus on in-house originals, that isn’t the case.

“Unfortunately for fans, it’s now official: That 70s Show will be leaving Netflix on September 7. “

That ‘70s Show originally aired on Fox from August 23, 1998, to May 18, 2006.

The main teenage cast included Topher Grace, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, Laura Prepon, Wilmer Valderrama and Lisa Robin Kelly.

The adult cast members in the show included Debra Jo Rupp, Kurtwood Smith, Don Stark, Tommy Chong and Tanya Roberts.

Fans have taken to Twitter to share their sadness about That ‘70s Show no longer being available on Netflix.

One fan tweeted: “Netflix is removing That 70s Show???? Ok, 2020 you won I give up.”

A second fan said: “I really spent all day binge watching that ‘70s show, what’s the reason for taking it off netflix man.”

A third fan added: “Um. I’m genuinely stressed about Netflix taking off that 70s show??

“This sounds dramatic but it’s my biggest comfort show and I’ve rewatched it over and over and over for four years straight??? iI honestly don’t know what I’m going to do when it’s gone [sic].“ will update this article when more information is available

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