Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson, who starred on TV's "That '70s Show," will reunite for a new Netflix comedy series "The Ranch," which will premiere sometime next year.

In the series, Kutcher, will play a semipro football player who must return to his hometown in Colorado to help his brother (Masterson) run the family ranch, according to Deadline.com.

"The Ranch" will be shot in the traditional multicamera format and will come from the minds of Don Reo and Jim Patterson, who were show runners on Kutcher's last series, "Two and a Half Men."

The sitcom, which got a straight-to-series, 20-episode order, will debut in two installments, each consisting of 10 episodes.

Bieber wants to design

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Justin Bieber doesn't just want to make hit music -- he also has a dream of designing his own fashion line, the pop star told WWD.

The Canadian singer, 21, started thinking about launching his own line in 2011, and his interest in the idea has gotten stronger. "I haven't lost that passion," he said. "I just want to make sure it's perfect and right and take my time with it. I know Kanye [West] has been working on his stuff for years and failed and came back and tried again and failed. It's about trial and error and I don't know if I'm ready for that yet. . . . It's not easy. It's not like putting out an album."

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