Ozzy Osbourne's wife and manager, Sharon, has announced that the reality series, "The Osbournes", will be returning to TV.
"Ozzy has decided that he wants to do another few episodes, not a whole season, about eight episodes, of 'The Osbournes',” she revealed on the UK show, “Loose Women”, reports The Mirror. "He said that for the whole three years that we did it he was drunk the whole time. But he would like to do one where he's completely sober, as he is now."
The Osbournes originally aired on MTV from 2002 to 2005, becoming the highest rated original program in MTV's history.
"Hopefully [we'll start filming] in January,” added Sharon, “but, as I say, it's not forever, no more than eight episodes. Because it's been 13 years and our lives have changed so much than it's a kind of catch-up, like, 'What are they doing now?'"
Ozzy has just released a pair of career-spanning “Memoirs Of A Madman” collections.
The CD features 17 of Ozzy's hit singles compiled in one place for the first time, and is available in a single CD, 2-LP set and 2-LP picture disc set configurations.
The 2-disc DVD presents classic music videos, unreleased and out-of-print live performances, as well as interviews from his solo career.
Ozzy is also planning to write and record a final album with Black Sabbath in 2015.
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