The Ranch: Season 4 (2017)


Season 4
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Episodes

Air date: Dec 15, 2017

Colt wants to buy Sam Peterson's ranch -- with or without his family's blessing; Colt and Heather have a heart-to-heart talk about their loss.

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Air date: Dec 15, 2017

Wondering if he's ready to marry Abby, Colt seeks romantic advice from an unlikely source: Beau; Rooster hires a flaky new waitress.

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Air date: Dec 15, 2017

Beau ponders a lucrative business offer; Rooster runs afoul of the liquor board; Colt tries to make peace with Abby's dad.

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Air date: Dec 15, 2017

Colt and Abby start planning their wedding, but they don't see eye to eye; Joanne confesses she still has feelings for Beau.

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Air date: Dec 15, 2017

Abby moves in with Colt and Beau when she learns she's losing her job; Rooster and Jen bond over getting dumped.

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Air date: Dec 15, 2017

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

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Air date: Dec 15, 2017

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

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Air date: Dec 15, 2017

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.

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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.

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Air date: Dec 15, 2017

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

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Cast & Crew

Ashton Kutcher
Colt

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Danny Masterson
Jameson

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Sam Elliott
Beau

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Debra Winger
Maggie

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Elisha Cuthbert
Abby

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Ashton Kutcher
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Danny Masterson
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Don Reo
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Jim Patterson
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  • Apr 02, 2021
    I just started this season today (4/1/2021) and after 3 episodes, there is one thing that is souring me on this series. There are way too many needless arguments/fights and such focus on bad things happening. It's like bad things are being forced to happen so you can have an apology later. It's just really weird. You have all these great actors and actresses following a script that is one bad situation after another. I thought this was supposed to be a comedy. Please lighten up on all the tragedies. I'm about ready to divorce all of you for being downers.
  • Apr 12, 2020
    "SU SIMPLEZA SIMPLEMENTE FUNCIONA EN MI" Aunque el reparto no sigue siendo el mismo desde la perdida de Rooster, "The Ranch" no deja de darme eso que me encanto desde la primera temporada, aunque lo unico que se aleja es el legado de Rooster.
  • Jan 05, 2020
    The show never truly recovered from the loss of Danny Masterson.
  • Jan 02, 2020
    Beau - sells the ranch and changes for the better to move forward with Joanne. Luke - realizes how bad Mary is for him and moves on, focusing on the ranch. Heather - growing up fast having to take care of her sister and now her mom. Colt - still the same old selfish, stupid, and downright annoying Colt as always. Zero character growth in so many seasons now for Colt. Alienating his high school sweetheart wife to the point of divorce because he can't stop being Colt. The main character of the show is the driving force for me to no longer watch it.
  • Dec 20, 2019
    I loved this show until this season.. the jokes are stale and seem to be forced. The acting has really fallen off and the story line with Colt and Abby is just plain stupid. A ton of forced story lines that don't really seem to fit together. Dak Sheppard is also not a good replacement for Rooster. I am glad this once really enjoyable show is ending.
  • Sep 20, 2019
    This show is now just depressing. It just hasn't been the same since they fired Danny Masterson. Had they kept him on the series could have continued past part 8, but since his death in the show, it's been about Cole's increasing downward spiral and Heather's growing drug addiction. There's just not enough levity without Rooster.
  • Sep 18, 2019
    Great ending to the season, I hope the next final season isn't a sad one. Keep up the humour.
  • Sep 16, 2019
    I wish Rooster was back, he was a major part of the show. Having that in mind.. this is one of the handful of shows that i cant not wait to come out, and when it does, i bench watch it that same night, start to end. If you can bring Danny back, you would make everyone's day. Already watch #7 part, and it is still amazing!!.
  • Sep 16, 2019
    No Rooster no show... simple as that.
  • Sep 15, 2019
    Much better than part 6. The addition of Luke Mathews (Dax Shepard) was initially jarring and he didn't seem to fit the show well but he is a great actor and they've definitely fleshed him out more and gave the audience something to connect with. While the show is obviously different for the loss of Rooster (Daniel Masterson) it seems they're back on track and I will be sad when the show comes to its inevitable conclusion.

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