Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne are in talks to bring back their reality TV show which aired between 2002 and 2005 and earned
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne are in talks to bring back their reality TV show.
The couple and their kids Kelly and Jack became household names when their MTV series 'The Osbournes' aired between 2002 and 2005 and achieved record ratings and now they are set to bring the cameras back into their home to document their marriage and family life.
Jack, 27, has hinted at a return, telling The Sun newspaper: ''We've talked about it. It's been thrown around a little bit. It's just a different vibe.''
Jack - who is currently competing on 'Dancing with the Stars'- was just 19 when the series last aired but has since had 17-month-old daughter Pearl with his wife Lisa, while his sister Kelly, 28, stars on E! series 'Fashion Police'.
Jack - who was diagnosed with nerve disorder multiple sclerosis in 2012 - believes the show could be even more interesting than the last time it aired because so much has changed for each member of the family.
He said: ''We don't all live together anymore; we all kind of have our own things going on. So, it's a different dynamic.''
The series could return to screens in 2014 and would pick up from Sharon and Ozzy's difficult year, during which she demanded a divorce from the Black Sabbath rocker after discovering he had relapsed into alcohol and drug abuse.
The couple - who have been married for 30 years - briefly split in April this year but have since got back together after Ozzy got clean again.
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