What is The Osbournes (TV) About?
The Osbournes, an American reality television series, chronicles the unconventional family life of the Osbournes, headed by the iconic heavy metal singer Ozzy Osbourne. Premiering on MTV on March 5, 2002, the show includes his wife and manager, Sharon, and two of their children, Kelly and Jack. The program gives viewers a candid and often humorous glimpse into the Osbourne household, covering both mundane and unusual family interactions, as well as significant life events such as Sharon's battle with cancer and Ozzy's near-fatal ATV accident. Notably, the Osbournes' older daughter, Aimee, chose not to participate in the series. The show marked a significant pop culture moment by becoming one of MTV's highest-rated series during its run, which concluded on March 21, 2005. Its theme song is a rendition of Ozzy Osbourne's classic 'Crazy Train,' arranged in a jazz-swing style that reflected the unconventional tone of the show.
The first episode of The Osbournes aired on March 05, 2002 and the most recent episode to air was on March 21, 2005.