If you haven’t already caved and watched Ashton Kutcher’s Netflix original series The Ranch, now would be a good time to start binging. The multi-camera comedy has been renewed for a second season. Joined by That ‘70s Show alum Danny Masterson and Sam Elliott, he made the announcement via Twitter.
Spawned from Two and a Half Men showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson, the series follows a former semi-pro football player who returns home to run the family business at their Colorado ranch. According to Deadline, the second season will consist of 20 episodes split into separate premieres. Part 1 will debut in the fall and the second half with land on the steaming service some time in 2017.
This comes after Netflix announced that Fuller House was getting a second series. It was recently revealed that after a warmly received stint on Daredevil, Jon Bernthal is getting his own Punisher series. "I don't think I would be ready to even begin to tackle this part if I wasn't a husband and a father," Bernthal told Complex back in March. "Until you have that, you don't really love something more than yourself, and know what it's like to give your life for somebody else." Obviously, they got the right man for the job.