Some of the Osbournes are returning to TV for a paranormal series
It looks like some of the Osbourne family are reuniting on television for the first time in years. Sharon, Ozzy and Jack Osbourne are set to star in Travel Channel's new paranormal series The Osbournes Want To Believe.
The show debuts on the Travel Channel Sunday, Aug. 2.
Now, Jack Osbourne is no stranger to paranormal activity. He stars alongside paranormal researcher/investigator Katrina Weidman in the series Portals To Hell. Within the show, the two of them explore haunted locations in hopes of finding evidence of paranormal activity.
Due to coronavirus, filming for Portals To Hell has been postponed indefinitely. While in quarantine, his family recently joined together over a Zoom chat to have a Portals To Hell viewing party. The showing was the first time his parents had seen the show and, as Jack shared, his parents are true skeptics.
“My parents are skeptics,” Jack says. “It was interesting to see what they think of what I do. It was fun. If anything, I was mildly offended that they have not seen my show yet. It was fun watching it with them.”
Now, it appears that the Osbournes' recent Portals To Hell Zoom chat has inspired the concept for their new show The Osbournes Want To Believe.
In the new Travel Channel series, Jack shows Sharon and Ozzy various clips pertaining to paranormal activity. Some of the clips include footage of poltergeists, haunted dolls, UFOs and unidentifiable beasts. As Sharon and Ozzy are both skeptics, this new series is bound to be entertaining and perhaps even eye-opening.
The coronavirus pandemic freed up some of the Osbourne family's schedules which led to the filming of The Osbournes Want To Believe. Although Kelly Osbourne is not in the new show, the program marks the first time all three family members have appeared on TV together since 2009's Osbournes Reloaded.
Alongside The Osbournes Want To Believe, The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne premieres on A&E later this summer. The film is the first Ozzy documentary to be made in nearly 10 years. The documentary will show Ozzy's life throughout the years including his time as Black Sabbath's vocalist. It will also show the highs and lows Ozzy has experienced since being diagnosed with Parkinson's in January.
The Osbournes Want To Believe premieres on the Travel Channel Sunday, Aug. 2.
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