Gone, and actually forgotten.
That ’90s Present, the brand new Netflix That ’70s Present sequel sequence, brings again a bunch of acquainted faces to Level Place—with unique stars Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Topher Grace, Laura Prepon and Wilmer Valderrama all reprising their roles in cameo appearances—however one actor is noticeably absent: Danny Masterson.
Masterson performed Steven Hyde, Eric Forman’s (Grace) finest pal, on all eight seasons of That ’70s Present, however these days he is been in any other case occupied in court docket.
In June 2020, the actor was arrested and charged with raping three girls in separate incidents occurring between 2001 and 2003. Masterson denied all fees and pled not responsible.
In November 2022, the case was declared a mistrial after the jurors had been unable to come back to a unanimous resolution. A retrial is scheduled for March.
After the mistrial, E! Information reached out to Masterson’s lawyer Philip Cohen for remark, however didn’t hear again.
So, how does That ’90s Present tackle his character’s omission? Nicely, merely put, it does not.
Steven (higher often called Hyde) is rarely even talked about by title and no data is given about his whereabouts.