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About The Ranch
The son of a Colorado rancher returns home from a semi-pro football career to run the family business. Ashton Kutcher stars in this Netflix-original sitcom as Colt, who returns home to his family's ranch in Colorado after his semi-pro football career ends in failure. Colt plans to run the ranching business with his father, Beau (Sam Elliott), whom he hasn't seen in 15 years at the time of his homecoming. In addition to proving himself to his father and navigating family dynamics, Colt is torn between his current girlfriend and his high school sweetheart, Abby (Elisha Cuthbert), when she expresses doubts about her fiance.
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|Show Name||The Ranch|
|Top Cast||Ashton Kutcher Grady Lee Richmond Sam Elliott|
|Genres||Comedy Sitcom Western|
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