Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson have signed on for new Netflix comedy series The Ranch, from the executive producers of Two and a Half Men. The streaming service is eyeing a 20-episode order, set to be released in two 10-episode batches sometime in 2016.

Ashton KutcherAshton Kutcher will star in the new Netflix series The Ranch

The Ranch is described as a multi-camera comedy about a former pro football player who returns to Colorado to help run his family's ranch business. Men's Don Reo and Jim Patterson will oversee the series.

Kutcher and Masterson previously worked together on the Fox comedy series That 70's Show between 1998 and 2006, while the former also replaced Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men.

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There was talk of a possible new sitcom for Kutcher after Two and a Half Men wrapped at the beginning of the year, with Chuck Lorre potentially getting involved. However, the showrunner ultimately did not become part of The Ranch, which came together a couple of months ago.

Meanwhile, Kutcher is currently shooting the James Franco-directed drama The Long Home, about a young contractor hired to build a honky-tonk in Tennessee by the man who killed his father. Based on the novel by William Gay, the movie also stars Josh Hartnett,  Josh Hutcherson and Courtney Love.

The Ranch will see Kutcher joining his former 70's Show co-star Laura Prepon at Netflix. The 35-year-old stars in the streaming service's signature drama Orange is the New Black, which just dropped its third season.

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