Ashton Kutcher

Ashton Kutcher's happy 'Bachelor in Paradise' is returning

"The Ranch" star has been traveling this week and has yet to watch Monday's episode of the "Bachelorette." Kutcher and Kunis, apparently, are big fans of the reality series.

"This is like our greatest guilty pleasure of all time," Kutcher said Wednesday on "Good Morning America." "Monday night, it's like a religion in our house."

It's unbelievable, that show," he added. "It's like the greatest social experiment of all time."

Kutcher said he and Kunis are so into the series, they turn the volume down during the one-on-one dates to do the voices themselves.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are Team USA's biggest cheerleaders

As the opening ceremonies aired Friday night on NBC, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kuniscouldn't help but show a little team spirit on social media.

While posing arm-and-arm, the Hollywood couple showed who they will be rooting for in the next two weeks.

Hacker gets two years in jail for celebrity 'swatting'

New Yorker Mir Islam also made bogus calls that resulted in armed police storming the homes of film stars, federal workers and public figures.

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) said the sentence reflected his involvement in many campaigns of online harassment.

Islam will serve one year in jail as he has been in federal custody for the past 12 months.