By Dana Rose Falcone
June 17, 2015 at 09:54 PM EDT
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It’ll be a That ’70s Show reunion on Netflix’s new series The Ranch. The straight-to-series comedy will star Ashton Kutcher as a semi-pro football player who returns home to Colorado to run the family business with brother Danny Masterson, Deadline reports.

Kutcher and Masterson will produce the 20-episode series, which will premiere in two 10-episode batches over the course of a year, according to Deadline. Two and a Half Men executive producers and co-showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson will write and executive produce The Ranch, and Kutcher and Masterson will produce.

The Ranch marks Netflix’s second original multi-camera comedy series — Full House reboot Fuller House being the first. The series is set to debut on the streaming service in 2016. 

Netflix declined to comment on Deadline’s report.