In its first big Netflix rankings debut, the 90s Show fails to reach the top

In its first big Netflix rankings debut, the 90s Show fails to reach the top ...

The '90s Show, a nostalgia-grab spin off from the previous '70s Show, is struggling to climb the global Netflix charts.

With 41.08 million hours watched this week, Netflix has released its weekly worldwide chart, which has climbed to a new high. Which, while not terrible, isn't the worst either.

Leia Forman is the daughter of Eric Forman (Topher Grace) and Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon) and spends time with her grandparents in Wisconsin. She shares the same basement with a new group of friends.

Jackie Burkhart (Mila Kunis), Bob Pinciotti (Don Stark), and Fez (Wilmer Valderrama) have all returned to the series, along with Prepon.

Hyde (Danny Masterson) will not be appearing on the program anytime soon since he was accused of forcibly abducting two women with a case currently being investigated by the court system. Why did they do this? They simply don't mention him.

The initial hope was that the show would be the same iconic hit as the first one, but there is still time for it to flourish. Reviews for the show are decent, although they aren't excellent, so a five out of ten seems reasonable.

Ginny & Georgia: Season 1 (4), Wednesday (3), Vikings: Valhalla: Season 2 (2), and Ginny & Georgia: Season 2 The remaining part of the top chart is filled out by Vikings: Valhalla: Season 1 (6), Kaleidoscope (7), Emily in Paris: Season 3 (8), New Amsterdam (9) and The Walking Dead: Season 11.