Ozzy Osbourne and family are returning to TV with a reality BBC docu-series, which will follow the life of the iconic Osbourne family. The show, entitled Home to Roost, will depict the everyday life of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne as they start over back in the U.K., returning to their family home in the town of Buckinghamshire. The couple’s children, daughter Kelly and son Jack, will also be featured in the show to assist their parents with readjusting to life back across the pond.
Home to Roost will consist of a 10-part series on the BBC, and will premiere in 2023 — though an exact release date has not been announced. The BBC said in a statement: “The series will follow the Osbournes as they celebrate one of their most important years yet — with everything from Sharon’s 70th birthday to Kelly’s soon-to-be-born baby, Ozzy’s tour, and of course the big move itself. This will be a genuine portrait, showing Sharon and Ozzy as they face up to illness and the challenges of getting older, but with the usual Osbourne eccentricities, humor, warmth and love.”
The announcement of the new series comes shortly after Ozzy said in an interview that he and Sharon were moving back to the U.K., citing the rising levels of gun violence within the United States. Ozzy and Sharon have both insisted that his health was not a factor in deciding to leave the U.S.
Home to Roost comes two decades after the family first broke onto the reality TV scene with their hit MTV series The Osbournes. The show, which premiered on MTV in 2002, became one of the highest-rated reality series in the network’s history.
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