The Osbournes television show ran from 2002 to 2005 and chronicled the daily life of Ozzy Osbourne and his family. The show has been off the air for 13 years now, but starting on March 5 and running for 10 weeks, you'll be able to relive that completely insane show. The Osbourne family will hold a Podcast every Monday to talk about the show, talk about how their lives have changed since the show, and hold interviews with people such as Sheryl Underwood, Carnie Wilson and The Osbournes executive producer Greg Johnston.
Ozzy's son Jack Osbourne will host the podcast, and tells The Hollywood Reporter that there was talk of bringing the show back, but Jack and his family felt the show wouldn't work in 2018. He also adds "It's really quite awkward to watch, especially now as a parent," though I think just about anyone would cringe watching themselves on video from 13 years ago.
Also, wow. The Osbournes went off the air 13 years ago? I guess this is what getting old feels like.