Mila Kunis: 'I can't watch really bad TV when Ashton's at home'


Actress Mila Kunis admits she would happily lounge in front of the TV and binge watch "really bad television", but Ashton insists on watching anything but reality TV.

"When my husband is home, I can't watch any of these shows, so when he's not home, it's Botched, which is banned from the house or any bad reality shows," she giggled. "It's Beverly Hills Housewives (sic), Botched - something that you literally don't think about."

But the two shows they can both agree on are dating series The Bachelorette and The Bachelor.

Read more: Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher romance started in a very surprising way!

Mila admits the couple has been hooked on the current season of The Bachelorette as the finale looms: "I mean, the drama that happened this week, you don't even know," she told news show Extra on the red carpet at the Bad Moms film premiere.

And talking of dating, she cleared up a few rumours about her first encounter with her future husband when she was a teenager working alongside him on That '70s Show.

Taking aim at reports suggesting she didn't like Ashton at first, she said, "It's not that I didn't like him; I liked him, I just wasn't like, 'Oh, here's a really hot guy!' It just wasn't, 'Here's the guy I'm gonna marry and have kids with'."

Read more: Ashton and Mila tie the knot

The couple started dating in 2012 after Kutcher's marriage to Demi Moore ended, and now they're happily married with a kid and another on the way.

Mila admits her daughter Wyatt can't wait to become a big sister, adding, "We have her picking which toys she wants and which is going to the baby to make her feel like she's part of the process. So we'll see. I'll let you guys know how horrible or how well this goes in a couple months."

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