If you haven't watched Netflix's original sitcom The Ranch, now may be a good time to start. The show follows a Colorado ranching family traversing life in a small country town. It's a little campy and a little corny, but it also has heart.
It looks like it may also have a That 70s Show reunion, of sorts. For the most part, The Ranch is Ashton Kutcher's project. But it also features a great cast, including Danny Masterson -- who also acted alongside Kutcher in the wildly successful 1970s-themed series.
Now it looks like Kutcher and Masterson have company from a third 70s Show co-star. Wilmer Valderrama, who played "Fez," joins Kutcher and Masterson for three episodes on The Ranch.
It looks like Valderrama's character may mirror his real-life relationship with Kutcher and Masterson. He plays an ex-ranch hand and "third brother" so-to-speak whom the two haven't seen in forever. Cute, right?
It was just a matter of time before they snagged their former co-stars for feature roles. Could Mila Kunis, Topher Grace or Laura Prepon be next? We can only hope so. It's fun enough just watching Kutcher and Masterson rekindle their comedic chemistry. Getting the whole gang together would be insanity.
Season two of The Ranch premieres Oct. 7. And, just like all Netflix shows, you can stream the whole darn thing in one day if you like.