Do you rock out to Cheap Trick and Big Star?
If you're hoping to hear the jam-filled rock soundtrack of That '70s Show, you've come to the wrong Ashton Kutcher sitcom. Keeping with the show's attempts to appeal to the heartland, most of the musical references are to country stars like Florida Georgia Line, Shania Twain, and Brooks & Dunn. It's more Red State red meat.
Fitting with the show's "everything old is new" style, the theme song is a cover of the country classic "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" by Shooter Jennings and Lukas Nelson, the sons of country legends Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, who covered the same song on a duet album back in 1978. Cowboy hats off to the music supervisor.
Do you love slow-burn romances?
If your favorite part of That '70s Show was wondering if Eric and Donna would work out or Jackie and Kelso would get back together, The Ranch has you covered. Kutcher's quarterback has two potential romantic-sparring partners: Happy Endings' Elisha Cuthbert, as his high school flame who is now dating a nerd, and Kelli Goss (The Young and the Restless), as a much younger cowgirl whom Kutcher hooks up with early on in the show, then starts to fall for. There's lots of potential for tear-filled cliffhangers in the future.