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Camp Firewood’s marketing team has really outdone itself this time: Witness the new trailer for Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer series in all its VHS glory.
The streaming video service has released a first real look at the 8-episode comedy Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, which brings us the opening of the camp that was made famous in the 2001 cult flick.
Shark Tank has hooked a big fish!
Actor-investor Ashton Kutcher will make a guest appearance on ABC’s Friday-night hit during the show’s upcoming seventh season, TVLine has learned exclusively.
An ABC rep would not confirm Kutcher’s Shark stint, but an insider tells us the former Two and a Half Men star will serve as a “guest Shark” — a role he is well suited for. In recent years, the mini-mogul has invested in such tech startups as Skype, Foursquare, Airbnb and Fab. »
On Wednesday, Netflix reportedly picked up a new multi-camera comedy from Two and a Half Men's showrunners that'll reunite That '70s Show co-stars Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson. That show is said to be the launching pad for Netflix's new streaming model: 20 episodes, released ten at a time, twice in one year. The Ranch is just one of many new shows and films — including projects from Brad Pitt and Baz Luhrmann — that Netflix has in the pipeline for the next couple of years. As the streaming wars heat up, where does Netflix's future stand? Vulture's Joe Adalian and Dee Lockett have lots of feelings.Dee: Hi, Joe! So yesterday, Netflix reportedly made yet another addition to its growing lineup of original shows. That list seems to expand, with even bigger names attached than the ones before, every day. Is Netflix getting overcrowded? Joe: It's certainly trying to maximize the »
- Josef Adalian,Dee Lockett
Your Majesty, the doctor will see you now.
Kelso and Hyde were once frenemies for the ages on “That ’70s Show” — what with all the feuding over Jackie and secretly competing for raddest hairstyle — but they’ve put their bickering and rampant BURNing aside in the 21st Century and are joining forces again for a far out, man new show. Per Deadline, Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson are coming together again for a new Netflix comedy series called “The Ranch,” currently being tooled by the braintrust behind Kutcher’s “Two and a Half Men,” showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson. In the multi-camera series, which is expected to run for at least 20 episodes in two-part increments, Kutcher and Masterson will play siblings. Which’ll sort of make Jackie Hyde’s sister-in-law, right? Since, ya know, Kelso and Jackie got hitched and had a baby Irl and all. »
Created by Two and a Half Men’s Don Reo and Jim Patterson, The Ranch will star Kutcher as an ex-football player who returns to his family’s Colorado ranch to help run it with his brother, played by Masterson. The co-stars will also produce The Ranch, with Reo and Jim Patterson executive producing.
Netflix is taking a different release approach to The Ranch. According to Deadline, who originally broke the story, the streaming platform will release ten episodes of The Ranch at a time in two batches over the course of a year. Netflix typically releases all episodes of a show at the same time once a year. However, the subscription service has previously toyed with different release »
- Bree Brouwer
A curate and secretary for the Duke of Sandringham, Alex is described as gentle, loving, and kind.
The Ranch (Netflix)
Ashton Kutcher is reuniting with 2.5 Men co-showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson and That ’70s Show co-star Danny Masterson for a new multi-camera comedy series on Netflix…a sibling comedy starring Kutcher and Masterson and created by Reo and Patterson.
Written by Reo and Patterson, The Ranch »
- Rollo Tomasi
The streaming giant has lassoed the former "That '70s Show" co-stars for the sibling comedy "The Ranch," Deadline reported on Wednesday. The half-hour sitcom comes from Kutcher's "Two and a Half Men" showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson, and will star Kutcher and Masterson as brothers trying to run the family business after Kutcher's character returns home from a semi-pro football career.
According to Deadline, "The Ranch" marks a new model ...
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Ashton Kutcher is reuniting with his “Two and a Half Men” co-showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson as well as “That 70s Show” co-star Danny Masterson for new Netflix series “The Ranch.” The premium streaming provider has given a straight-to-series order to the sibling comedy, which will follow Kutcher’s character as he leaves behind a semi-pro football career to return home to run his family’s Colorado ranch with his brother, played by Masterson. Also Read: 45 First Looks of New TV Shows From the 2015-2016 Season Reo and Patterson will write and executive produce the series, while Masterson and Kutcher will serve. »
- Linda Ge
"Two And A Half Men" star Ashton Kutcher will reunite with that series' co-showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson and his former "That '70s Show" co-star Danny Masterson for a new multi-camera comedy series on Netflix.
A straight-to-series order is being finalised for "The Ranch" created by Reo and Patterson in which Kutcher and Masterson play siblings on a Colorado ranch. Kutcher's character returns home after a brief semi-pro football career to run the family business with his brother.
The show aims to introduce a new model of release for the streaming service with a annual twenty episode order which will be released in two separate ten episode batches twice a year - a change from the one thirteen-episode season a year format it has used for its shows so far including comdies like"Grace and Frankie" and the upcoming "Fuller House".
Kutcher and Masterson will both produce and the »
- Garth Franklin
It looks like that brief reprieve we had from all the misogynistic nonsense churned out by the Two and a Half Men offices is coming to a quick end. Deadline reports today that Netflix is finalizing a deal to pick-up The Ranch, a multi-camera comedy that will star Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson as brothers looking after their family's ranch, following Kutcher's character's brief career as an NFL star. The show is the creation of Don Reo and Jim Patterson, the duo who served as co-showrunners on Two and a Half Men, and they're currently looking at a 20-episode series, split into two 10-episode blocks to be released separately within one year. [caption id="attachment_263716" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via Open Road[/caption] This brings up a troubling new wrinkle for Netflix, a company whose sense of original programming has been impressively ambitious up until now, if not exactly consistently compelling. Setting aside that the show »
- Chris Cabin
Netflix badly wants a That ’70s Show revival. So far, it's had Laura Prepon in Orange Is the New Black, and now it's added two more names from that gang to its roster. Deadline reports that Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson, a.k.a. Kelso and Hyde, are set to star in a Netflix comedy called The Ranch, from Two and a Half Men showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson. They'll play brothers on a Colorado ranch who run the family business after Kutcher takes a break from semi-pro football. It'll join the upcoming Fuller House as Netflix's only other mutli-camera comedy, and in a big first, The Ranch will introduce Netflix's new streaming model: 20 episodes, to be released in two batches of ten, premiered twice a year. Currently, Netflix streams all of its other original series once a year, with 13 episodes each. (And just when we thought ten episodes »
- Dee Lockett
Netflix is staging a That '70s Show reunion, but not in the way you think. Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson, costars on That '70s Show, will star in a new multicamera sitcom for Netflix. The series, titled The Ranch, hails from Two and a Half Men's Don Reo and Jim Patterson. In the show, Kutcher's character returns home to a Colorado ranch after a brief time as a semi-pro football player to run the family business with his brother played by Masterson. The show is set to debut in 2016. Netflix had no comment on the report. According to Deadline, the 20-episode order will likely be split in two batches with 10 episodes coming out twice a year. The Ranch is just the latest half-hour comedy to »
Netflix is giving That ’70s Show fans the Kelso-Hyde reunion of their dreams.
Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson are set to co-star in The Ranch, a multi-cam comedy about a semi-professional football star (Kutcher) who returns home to help his brother (Masterson) run their family’s Colorado ranch, our sister site Deadline reports.
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Unlike previous Netflix comedies, however, The Ranch‘s 20-episode season is »
Exclusive: Two And A Half Men and That ’70s Show star Ashton Kutcher is reuniting with 2.5 Men co-showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson and That ’70s Show co-star Danny Masterson for a new multi-camera comedy series on Netflix. I’ve learned that the Internet TV network is finalizing a deal for a straight-to-series order to The Ranch, a sibling comedy starring Kutcher and Masterson and created by Reo and Patterson. I also hear that the series is expected to introduce a new… »
The cast of "That '70s Show" just can't quit each other.
First, Ashton Kutcher married his on-screen love interest, Mila Kunis (after years of being just friend). Now, he's reuniting with Danny Masterson for a new, original Netflix sitcom titled "The Ranch."
Deadline reports that the streaming service is close to finalizing a deal for the multi-camera comedy, which comes from "Two and a Half Men" co-showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson. That re-teams the duo with Kutcher, who starred on the CBS sitcom in its last four seasons.
In "The Ranch," Kutcher's character, a retired semi-pro football player, returns to his titular Colorado home to help his brother (Masterson) run the family business.
This is Netflix's second multi-cam sitcom after "Fuller House," the "Full House" sequel. "The Ranch" will also follow a slightly different streaming model than most other Netflix shows: It will release 20 episodes a year, in two batches. »
- Kelly Woo
Kelso and Hyde are, like, totally reuniting. Former That '70s Show costars Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson are starring in a new Netflix series, Deadline reports. The longtime pals will play siblings in a comedy called The Ranch. Kutcher will also be teaming up once more with Two and a Half Men co-showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson. Masterson confirmed the news himself on Wednesday, June 17. "The secret is out..." he tweeted. Netflix, which already has created hits such as Orange Is the New Black, House of [...] »
"Going Clear" may have been one of the most-watched HBO documentary in years, but there's at least one person out there who didn't check out the Scientology expose: John Travolta. The actor, who has been one of the main figureheads of the religion for years, is speaking out against the documentary in a brand new interview with the Tampa Bay Times. Video: "SNL" Takes Aim at Scientology with Music Video "No, I haven't," Travolta says when asked if he watched the doc, "and I don't really care to." "I haven't experienced anything that the hearsay has (claimed), so why would I communicate something that wasn't true for me?" he added. "It wouldn't make sense, nor would it for Tom [Cruise], I imagine." He went on to say he's "been so happy" with his experience with the religion over the last 40 years -- adding that he's "been brought through storms that were »
- tooFab Staff
The Church of Scientology got shredded on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend. While one of the sketches was a music video for "Neurotology," it's pretty clear who it was really about -- as the clip mentioned billion year contracts, E-Meters and alien spirits. It was even crafted to look like the real life "We Stand Tall" video Scientology released in 1990. Danny Masterson Says Scientology Critics Can "Go F**k Themselseves" Other references to the controversial belief system included Taran Killam dressed in David Miscavige's Navy-style uniform, Bobby Moynihan as an L. Ron Hubbard type and a shot of a "Diametrics" book ... an obvious reference to "Dianetics." And then there's all the people from the video who went "missing" after speaking out against the church. Yeah, we don't think Scientology is going to like this parody too much. Video: Leah Remini Reveals Best Thing About Leaving Scientology Celebrity host Michael Keaton »
- tooFab Staff
Danny Masterson has a message for all those Scientology haters. In a new interview with Paper magazine, the "That '70s Show" star opens up about his controversial religion on the heels of the premiere of "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief." "I heard about that documentary; the documentary where they interviewed eight people who hate Scientology. Should be pretty interesting. I wonder if Sundance would allow a documentary of, like, eight people who hate Judaism. But you know, my religion's fair game, I guess, 'cause it's new," he tells the mag. "There's basically like 200 lies in the book and so therefore he couldn't even publish that book [in Canada or the UK because the libel laws],” he adds, referring to Lawrence Wright’s book, which inspired the movie. Masterson also touches on fellow Hollywood star Paul Haggis' decision to leave the church on account of gay marriage. "Paul was just mad that, as a religion, we're »
- tooFab Staff
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