VH1 Cancels Planned Reboot of The Osbournes

Sorry, Osbourne fans. The planned reboot of the family’s classic reality series is not going to happen.

VH1 had intended to revive the old MTV reality show starring Ozzy, Sharon, Jack and Kelly Osbourne, but the network has now dropped the project, says The Hollywood Reporter.

Watch Ozzy Osbourne's Daughter Aimée's New Music Video for 'Raining Gold'

Like father, like daughter.

Ozzy Osbourne’s daughter Aimée just released the music video for her band ARO’s (pronounced “arrow”) new single, “Raining Gold.”

Is The Osbournes Returning to TV?

One of the most iconic reality shows in TV history is about to stage a comeback.

Sharon Osbourne announced on The Talk Tuesday that her infamous family will produce up to eight episodes as a way to update fans (where they will air is still being determined).

“It’s been so long our family has grown,” Osbourne told her fellow co-hosts on the CBS talker. “We have a gorgeous daughter-in-law.”

Chrisley Knows Best Isn't Your Average Reality Show

Reality shows about eccentric families are nothing new.

Before the Kardashians asked viewers to keep up, the Osbournes ruled the ratings, the Gosselins took over TV and Rev. Run invited cameras into his New Jersey mansion.

Ozzy and Sharon Flee From House Fire

Out of the frying pan of their just-ended MTV reality series, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne found themselves in a fire late Friday night when the living room of their mansion in Buckinghamshire, England, was engulfed in flames, say news reports.

Fleeing from their beds, the Osbournes, with their pets, reportedly rushed to safety in their outdoor garden, as firefighters arrived on the scene. Investigators are now looking into the cause of the blaze, which initially seems to have been caused by faulty electrical wiring.

Dr. Phil Sorts Out Osbournes for Finale

After four seasons, MTV’s The Osbournes faded out quietly on Monday, though the oddball family still managed to exit with a bang.

In the finale, self-help guru Dr. Phil McGraw visited the Osbournes’ Beverly Hills manse and menagerie to assess the family. Matriarch Sharon Osbourne says that after meeting Dr. Phil she now has “lots of respect for the man,” even going so far as to call his critique “spot on.”

Ozzy Ready to Reunite with Black Sabbath

While the bloom may be off his once-rosy MTV series, Ozzy Osbourne does have something to crow about: He’s getting back together with his pioneering British heavy metal band, Black Sabbath.

The group plans to reunite for the first time since 2001 for Ozzfest, which begins July 10 in Hartford, Conn., a spokeswoman for the annual road show announced Tuesday.

Actually, Reuters reports, not all of the original Black Sabbath will be playing. Sure, Ozzy, 55, the cofounder and headliner of Ozzfest, will be there, as will guitarist Tony Iommi and bass player Geezer Butler.

Daze of Their Lives

Stepping into the living room of her four-bedroom Beverly Hills mansion, Sharon Osbourne appears far more delicate than she did in the first season of MTV’s The Osbournes. Four months of chemotherapy have taken a toll: Her weight has dwindled by 22 lbs. Her 5’2” frame is swallowed up in her white robe. “I don’t know what that stuff is they put inside you,” she says as she settles down on a velvet sofa with a Pomeranian named Minnie and her husband, heavy-metal legend Ozzy Osbourne, “but it shrinks you as well.”

“Bag of bones,” says Ozzy.

Ozzy's Family Gets Back to Reality

Awards shows, White House dinners and fans mobbing the front lawn: It’s a typical day at the Osbourne residence.

“The Osbournes,” America’s favorite heavy-metal family, returns to television for its second season Tuesday at 10:30 p.m. The MTV reality series was an unprecedented hit in its debut last season. But developments in the family’s life during the off-season (most notably Sharon’s cancer battle and the whole family’s newfound fame) have raised questions over whether the show’s light, offbeat humor will be jeopardized this time around.

Sharon Osbourne Pits ABC Against MTV

The Osbournes – in particular, Sharon – were making news all over the place on Monday. By Tuesday, some reparations were being made.