Mila Kunis has finally reunited with her That '70s Show castmates on the small screen.
Danny Masterson told ET in January that his “hope for the future” was to get the gang back together for cameos on his new Netflix series, The Ranch, and it finally happened.
The 40-year-old actor celebrated the big moment with an adorable group shot that included his Ranch co-star and fellow executive producer, Ashton Kutcher, as well as his wife Kunis, Wilmer Valderrama and Laura Prepon. All five hovered around a table looking as chummy as ever.
"Last episode of the season. Had three friends come by and say hello. #theranch," Masterson captioned the pic, suggesting that Kunis, Valderamma and Prepon will make cameos during the Netflix comedy when part two starts streaming later this year.
Valderrama and Prepon, both 36, also shared the love by re-gramming the delightful photo.
The Minority Report star captioned the snap, "Me & the girls came to support our Bros @dannymasterson & @aplusk for the taping of their season finale of #TheRanch #Season1,” while the Orange Is the New Black actress simply wrote, “Family.”
There were three familiar faces missing from the reunion, however -- Topher Grace, who played Eric on the hit Fox sitcom, as well as his on-screen parents, Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith, were not in attendance.
As if Masteron and Kutcher working together again isn’t a big hint, the cast has stayed close since That ‘70s Show ended in 2006 after a successful eight-year run. In fact, they’ve graced us with many delightful mini reunions over the past few years. In January 2015, Kutcher, Kunis and Masterson all helped Valderrama celebrate his 35th birthday at Palm Thai restaurant in Hollywood.
Then last December, the boys got together for a guys night out.
But we certainly can’t forget our favorite moment from back in 2013, when even Grace joined his five castmates for a singalong.
The Ranch features Masterson and Kutcher as two brothers who are living together once again on their family’s Colorado ranch after Kutcher’s character, Colt Bennett, returns home after trying to make it in pro football. We’re as excited to hopefully experience all the nostalgia of seeing the That '70s Show crew on-screen again as we are for more episodes of The Ranch. On Friday, Kutcher confirmed that the show was renewed for season two, which will air in 2017.
Much has changed since That '70s Show ended 10 years ago. For instance, both Masterson and Kutcher are dads! See them talk friendship and fatherhood in the video below.