Netflix is saying goodbye to yet another one of its original scripted titles.
The streaming platform is reportedly bringing “The Ranch” to an end after its upcoming fourth season. The news was announced on Twitter this afternoon by the show’s star, Ashton Kutcher.
Like it has with all of its previous seasons, the show’s final run will be split up into two parts, with 10 episodes debuting sometime this year, and another 10 premiering in 2020. The news comes several months after “The Ranch” was renewed by Netflix last October.
Created by Jim Patterson and Don Reo, “The Ranch” follows the son of a Colorado rancher, when he returns home from a semi-pro football career to help run the family business. Its cast includes Kutcher, Sam Elliott, Debra Winger, Grady Lee Richmond, Elisha Cuthbert, and more.
Dax Shepard joined the cast in the show’s third season as well, replacing original star Danny Masterson, who was fired from the series following several accusations of rape and sexual misconduct.
With this announcement, “The Ranch” will be finishing its run on Netflix with a total of 80 episodes.