"THE OSBOURNES" To Return For Second Season
The Osbournes, MTV's unscripted sitcom starring Ozzy Osbourne and his family, has been picked up for a second season, according to a report filed by the TV show Extra. In related news, fans who have been wondering why Ozzy's hands tremble so much may find some consolation in the fact that the condition is a possible side effect of Ozzy's anti-psychotic medication, according to the same report.
The Osbournes is reportedly the most successful series in MTV history, with over six million viewers tuning in every week to see the latest shenanigans from the Osbourne household. The show, which has been receiving rave reviews in such publications as Time, had previously had 13 episodes purchased by MTV for future broadcast as part of the series' first season.
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