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'The Osbournes' Show to Be Revived – Yes, Including Ozzie

By    |   Friday, 14 Nov 2014 06:58 AM

"The Osbournes" will get a second life in the crowded field of unscripted reality shows – which it helped to create – with the announcement that the iconic family plans to add new episodes next year.

Family matriarch Sharon Osbourne first mentioned the possibility of new episodes of "The Osbournes" during the airing of the British talk show "Loose Women" on Nov. 7, according to The Mirror, and she said she believed filming would start in January.

"It's not forever," stressed Osbourne. "No more than eight episodes. It's been about 13 years and our lives have changed so much. It's kind of a catch up. It's like what we're doing now."

Osbourne elaborated on it more during "The Talk" on Tuesday, saying her husband, Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne was the driving force behind doing the new episodes.

"This was all my husband's doing," Sharon Osbourne said on the show. "He looked back over his life and said I wished we could have done 'The Osbournes' when I was clean and sober and we had so much to talk about."

Ozzy Osbourne's sobriety announcement brought a loud applause from "The Talk" audience.

"This is his last tour with Black Sabbath and we have so much to talk about and that's all it is," said Sharon Osbourne. She said all of their lives have changed so much, including a new daughter-in-law and granddaughter.

Sharon Osbourne herself has developed fame away from her husband, as a co-host on "The Talk" and a judge on such reality talent shows as "The X Factor" and "America's Got Talent," according to Us Weekly.

Before the show, she had created Sharon Osbourne Management that oversaw the careers of bands like The Smashing Pumpkins and Motorhead, according to Us Weekly. In 1996, she created Ozzfest, a successful hard rock festival, after Ozzy was rejected from Lollapalooza.

Kelly Osbourne, who like her father has struggled with addiction, is a co-host of the E! Network's "Fashion Police." She recently told Queen Latifah that she was returning to the show, putting to rest rumors that she wanted to move on, according to the Daily Mail.

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