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Air Date: April 1st, 2016

Network: NETFLIX

Series Summary
A former semi-pro football player returns home to help run the family business with his brother.

Rating: TVMA

Genres: Sitcom


  • Season 4 - Episode 10 : If Tomorrow Never Comes Dec 15, 2017

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    Beau leaves the guys hanging about the Peterson ranch; Rooster takes Jen on a date; Colt and Abby fight about their future.

  • Season 4 - Episode 9 : Ain't Goin' Down (`Til the Sun Comes Up) Dec 15, 2017

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    Beau shrugs off the doctor's orders and resists the family's efforts to help him; Colt lashes out at Maggie.

  • Season 4 - Episode 8 : Big Money Dec 15, 2017

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    Maggie takes a stand that lands her in hot water; Colt and Rooster come up with a plan to buy the Peterson ranch, but they need Beau to buy in.

  • Season 4 - Episode 7 : Do What You Gotta Do Dec 15, 2017

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    A job opportunity in Denver threatens to drive a wedge between Colt and Abby; Maggie pushes back about the pipeline.

  • Season 4 - Episode 6 : When You Come Back to Me Again Dec 15, 2017

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    Back in town, Maggie frets about how Rooster's been running the bar; Abby considers a career change.

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  • Netflix’s new multicamera sitcom, The Ranch, will seem familiar enough for fans of the genre, but it’s enjoyable and inventive enough to make you think there is still life left in the well-worn TV staple. Show More

  • Though much of The Ranch feels familiar, and an odd fit for Netflix, that doesn't mean it's terrible. For all the crude jokes (the premiere, for example, goes on and on about how Uggs are girly footwear, not suitable for a real man), Kutcher and Masterson have an easy, unforced brotherly rapport. Show More

  • But basically, shorn of a few four-letter words and an occasional arm thrust up the cervix of a cow, there's nothing about The Ranch that wouldn't fit in just fine on network television, and that goes for both sides of the camera: The veteran, bankable cast. The workmanlike producers (Don Reo and Jim Patterson, lately of Two and a Half Men, as is Kutcher). The cookie-cutter sets. The three-camera photography and editing. The laugh track. Show More

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