The Osbournes Return To Television

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The Prince of Darkness Ozzy and his wife Sharon Osbourne will return to TV in the following month with a unique series focused on the paranormal experience.

Titled: The Osbournes Want to Believe highlights their son Jack venturing to convert his skeptic parents by giving them “indisputable” evidence that paranormal activity exists.

“Jack Osbourne is determined to make his parents, Ozzy and Sharon, full-fledged paranormal believers. They might be known as the first family of darkness, but when it comes to the paranormal, legendary rocker Ozzy Osbourne and his wife, The Talk co-host Sharon Osbourne, are borderline skeptics,” a summary for the series states.

“Determined to turn them fully to the other side, Jack reunites with Ozzy and Sharon to share the craziest, most jaw-dropping videos of supernatural activity ever caught on camera. But the question still remains if the Prince and Princess of Darkness will see the light when it comes to the paranormal, or if they think it’s just another ride on the crazy train.”

The program will debut on the Travel Channel on August 2, will see Ozzy and Sharon encountering everything from “Bigfoot to UFOs, poltergeists, creepy dolls and unexplained apparitions”.

“My parents have always lived on the edge, even when it comes to believing in the supernatural,” said Jack. “I’m convinced they just haven’t seen enough evidence, so I’m making them watch the most undeniable footage caught on camera, including a few from my own personal experiences. My biggest challenge may be keeping their comments family friendly. It will be a classic Osbourne gathering!”

The news comes after Osbourne announced that he is “slowly getting better” after undergoing a chain of medical problems in the last year.

The former Black Sabbath frontman shared earlier this year that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s syndrome.

It developed a difficult 2019, which saw him battling pneumonia also suffering a fall that affected the metal rods that were implanted after a motorbike accident in 2003.