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The Ranch Part 8 Previews the End of the Netflix Series

Netflix is giving fans a first look at The Ranch Part 8 today. The final 10 30-minute episodes will launch on the streaming service on January 24.

In The Ranch Part 8, with Iron River Ranch now in a competitor’s hands and more trouble on the horizon, Colt, Beau and the rest of the Bennetts must band together as they face an uncertain future.

The series stars Ashton Kutcher, Elisha Cuthbert and Sam Elliott. Created by Don Reo and Jim Patterson, The Ranch was the first comedy series produced by Netflix. The series is executive produced by Reo, Patterson, Kutcher, Jeff Lowell, Max Searle and Matt Ross.

As was previously announced, Netflix has partnered with Curb Records for the release of The Ranch soundtrack to commemorate the final season. The show has been praised for having TV’s best collection of country music and this compilation showcases several of the series’ best songs.

Available for pre-order by clicking here, The Ranch (A Netflix Original Series Official Soundtrack) will be released on January 24th to coincide with the airing of the final season. A limited edition 12” vinyl version of the soundtrack will be available on February 14.

Among the soundtrack’s highlights is the series’ acclaimed theme song, “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys,” a rendition of the Ed Bruce country classic performed by Lukas Nelson and GRAMMY Award winner Shooter Jennings. This special Lukas/Shooter duet was recorded specifically for The Ranch and has never been released. It comes more than 40 years after their fathers — country music icons Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings — recorded their cover of the song, which hit No. 1 on the country music charts and won a GRAMMY.

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