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‘That ’70s Show’ Still Streaming on Peacock – The Hollywood Reporter



Reruns of That ’70s Present stay obtainable even after one in all its stars was sentenced to 30 years to life in jail for rape.

The sitcom, which ran from 1998-2006, streams on NBCUniversal’s Peacock and airs on Laff, a digital community owned by Scripps’ Katz Broadcasting that reaches about half of TV properties in the USA. Episodes are additionally obtainable for buy on Amazon.

Danny Masterson, an everyday on That ’70s Present all through its eight-season run, was sentenced to 30 years to life in jail on Thursday for the rapes of two girls in 2003. He was charged in June 2020 after a three-year investigation and convicted in Might after a retrial; the jury deadlocked within the preliminary trial.

Peacock declined to remark; a request for remark from Laff wasn’t answered by publication time.

That ’70s Present aired on Fox throughout its first run and was produced by twentieth Century Fox TV, now owned by Disney. Peacock picked up the sequence in September 2022 after it beforehand streamed on Netflix.

Masterson later reteamed along with his That ’70s Present co-star Ashton Kutcher on Netflix’s sitcom The Ranch however was fired in December 2017 because the investigation into rape prices towards Masterson was ongoing. He was not concerned in Netflix’s That ’90s Present, a sequel to That ’70s Present that options many of the unique’s core forged in common or visitor roles.

Masterson’s legal professional Shawn Holley mentioned Thursday that the actor will enchantment the conviction, claiming a “number of significant evidentiary and constitutional issues” within the trial.

Reinhold Mueller, who led the prosecution in Los Angeles, mentioned Masterson’s accusers have been “committed to justice.” He added, “Today, we got it.”

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