Ashton Kutcher’s Netflix show The Ranch recently launched its final episodes on the streaming platform, and in a recent interview, the comedic actor reveals the reason behind the show’s result. The star and executive producer of the recently ended Netflix comedy was a guest on Monday’s episode of the WTF With Marc Maron podcast during the interview, he suggested that the Colorado set show had reached its natural result and there was no incentive to keep it going.
It finally happened After 80 episodes, Netflix’s long-running comedy The Ranch finally rode off into the streaming sunset. Earlier today, the final batch of episodes of the Ashton Kutcher sitcom about an ex-football player who returns to Colorado to help his father and brother run the family ranch dropped on Netflix.
The 70s show alum ultimately did tour seasons of Two and a Half Men and had a really good time despite his creative concerns.
Going into the final episodes of The Ranch, many fans had enquires will Rooster appear in paRT? In December of 2017 Netflix fired Danny Masterson amid reports of multiple rape allegations against the actor.