That ‘90s Show: This One Major Plotline Makes Mila Kunis Displeased

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Mila Kunis doesn't look pleased with the one major plotline That '90s Show has, which will see That '70s Show original couple Jackie (Kunis) and Michael (Ashton Kutcher) reunited. In fact, the 39-year-old star said she didn't know about it.

That '70s Show fans probably know that Jackie ended up with Fez (Wilmer Valderrama) by the end of the series. So, this will be a major change in That '90s Show.

Jackie, Michael's Rekindled Romance in That '90s Show

Real-life couple Kunis and Kutcher will be reprising their roles as Jackie and Michael in That '90s Show. But aside from working together, their characters will also rekindle their romance.

"My husband and I are together in it, which is weird because we shouldn't have been," she told Access Hollywood. "I called BS. I was like, 'My character would be with Fez….' Now [Kelso and I] are married with a kid, and I was like, 'I don't know about this.'"

Jackie's Relationships in That '70s Show

Fans probably know that Jackie had three major relationships in That '70s Show. She was in an on-again-off-again relationship with Michael throughout Season 4.

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She was then linked to Hyde (Danny Masterson) through Season 7. In the second-to-the-last episode, she was then paired with Fez.

In the final season, Michael proposed to Jackie, but she refused. Though she knew they loved each other, she realized they still had much growing up to do.

Michael then moved to Chicago to be closer to his daughter, Betsy, paving the way for Fez to have his chance with Jackie. And the latter two ended up together.

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The Original That '70s Show Stars' Reunion

Meanwhile, despite questioning Michael and Jackie's rekindled romance, Kunis is happy to be reunited with That '70s Show's OG stars.

Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Valderrama, Debra Jo Rupp, and Kurtwood Smith will also be seen in the upcoming Netflix spinoff, and the Black Swan star found it "very sweet."

"Anyone who has ever watched or loved That '70s Show will be really happy with it," she said. "I really, truly believe it."

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Netflix is yet to announce when That '90s Show will be out.

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