Ashton Kutcher told NBC’s Savannah Guthrie on Thursday that the second season of his Netflix sitcom, “The Ranch,” is one of the only shows representing a “conservative point of view.”
“Well, you know, a lot of these ranches are run by immigrant labor,” Kutcher explained. “I actually think it’s a hot-button topic in the country right now.
“I think for, you know , a socially conscious sitcom that’s represented a conservative point of view, I think there’s probably a different conservative point of view around immigration when you get into rural America,” he continued. “I think it’s important to represent.”
Earlier in the interview, Kutcher even compared the show to a “country song” reports the Media Research Center.
“It’s like beer and football and your dog got run over by a train. It’s like that’s what the show is.”