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August 04, 2020

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne Join Their Son Jack on His New Supernatural Series –– What Fans Can Expect

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Over 18 years after, the Osbournes show up yet again on television as though they never left with Ozzy and Sharon joining their son Jack on his new supernatural series.

The Osbournes are back on television, but this time it is on a deeper level of darkness as Ozzy and Sharon are joining their son Jack on a new television series.

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According to ET, the show titled "The Osbournes Want to Believe" is an eight-episode supernatural series that focuses on Jack showing his parents' footages of paranormal activities to get their opinion on the extra-terrestrial world.

Jack explained that his dad [Ozzy] always looked bored at home as the rockstar functioned better while on the road.

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While speaking to ET reporter Kevin Frazier, Jack explained that the premise of the show stands on the fact that his parents don't believe in the supernatural. In his words:

 ”I don’t know why they don’t believe in stuff, but that’s the whole front of the show is trying to convince them.”

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Sharon was, however, quick to refute the claim that she didn't believe in paranormal activities, saying, "until I see them, then I'll say, 'Yeah, I believe.' But I don't not believe either."

The trio also discussed why the show—which airs on Travel Channel —isn't family-friendly as they couldn't stop swearing during filming. Jack noted that there were “a few red flags” while shooting the series. However, he believes they did everything possible during production to “keep it clean.”

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In a recent interview with People Magazine, Ozzy and Sharon shed more light on the show as they recalled that Jack has always been into supernatural activities since he was young. According to Sharon, "[Jack] used to have posters in his room of aliens."

However, his staunch beliefs haven't imprinted so easily on his parents as Ozzy described himself and Sharon as "skeptical believers."  According to him, some of the footage their son has shown them is a "hokey" while others have left them "baffled.". 

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While Ozzy maintains that he is not much of a believer, Jack noted during another interview with ET Online that although his father isn't scared of the paranormal, he is terrified of his wife, Sharon, and Robert the doll—  a doll dressed in a sailor's uniform.

This comes after Jack and Kelly discussed what it was like when their dad took a break from touring in an exclusive preview of the upcoming documentary, "Biography: Nine Lives of Ozzy Osborne."

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While speaking to People Magazine, Jack explained that his dad always looked bored at home as the rockstar functioned better while on the road. Kelly also echoed a similar statement, saying it felt "like his purpose in life got taken away from him."

The exclusive biography which premieres on September 7 on A&E focuses on Ozzy's journey to fame from a childhood of poverty to a lifelong career as a rockstar and television dad.

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