ABC News’ Nick Watt toured the set of the Netflix series, which premieres Friday, that focuses on semi-pro football player Colt Bennett (Kutcher) who returns home to Colorado after 15 years to help run the family ranch. Kutcher says he believes the ranch explores “the idea of generational masculinity.”
As for the pair's chemistry, Masterson said he and Kutcher are “good on insulting each other on camera.”
Kutcher, who has an 18-month-old daughter, Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher, with wife Mila Kunis, also joked he is on a campaign for more diaper-changing facilities in men’s restrooms on the set.
“It's a vast change from what I've been doing for 48 years,” says Golden Globe nominee Elliott, who has never starred in a sitcom before.
Winger, a two-time Academy Award nominee, is also new to the sitcom genre. “There's something to getting to this time in your life and saying, 'Wow, I've never done that before,' she said. “Scary is good. Scary is my muse.”