Another Netflix show is coming to an end.
The Ranch will conclude with its upcoming fourth season on the streaming giant, according to series star Ashton Kutcher.
“The Ranch is coming to an end, but not just yet,” Kutcher announced on Twitter, confirming the show would be back for one more season.
“We’re excited to bring you the final 20 episodes — 10 later this year… and then 10 more in 2020. Stay tuned!!”
The good news for fans is that the show will be on the air until 2020, and there will be 20 more episodes.
That sort of episode order will provide ample time to wrap up the lingering storylines for the sitcom's wealth of characters.
The Ranch is an R-rated multi-camera comedy that focuses on Colt Bennett (Kutcher), a former semi-pro footballer who returns to his family's ranch with the aim of reconnecting with his family.
Debra Winger, Elisha Cuthbert, and Sam Elliott also star on the series.
The show also starred Danny Masterson as Kutcher's on-screen brother, Rooster, but Masterson was ultimately fired by Netflix following multiple allegations of sexual assault.
His exit was addressed during the second half of the show's third season, titled Part 6. Rooster was killed off in a motorcycle accident.
Dax Shepard was drafted in as a replacement, but the role was not recast. Instead, Shepard took on the role of Luke Matthews, Colt's estranged cousin.
By the time The Ranch concludes in 2020, it will have amassed 80 episodes and will become Netflix's longest-running multi-camera comedy.
It will surpass Fuller House, which will conclude with 75 episodes later this year.
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