Like all of the other seasons of "The Ranch", the fourth season will be broken up into two parts, with 10 episodes airing in 2019, and the final 10 streaming in 2020.
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. The news was announced on Twitter this afternoon by the show's star, Ashton Kutcher.
The Ranch first premiered in April 2016. The series' original cast of Ashton Kutcher (Two and a Half Men), Sam Elliott (Ghost Rider) and Elisha Cuthbert (Happy Endings) will all be reprising their roles.
Masterson was eventually fired by Netflix following multiple allegations of sexual assault.
Dax Shepherd was brought on board replace him as the co-star, starring as former soldier Luke Matthews, who arrives in Garrison with some history with the Iron River Ranch.
When the sitcom signs off, The Ranch will have aired 80 total episodes, making it Netflix's longest-running multi-camera comedy, surpassing Fuller House (which ends its fifth and final season at 75 episodes). The series also features That '70s Show alum Wilmer Valderrama as Umberto.