Ozzy Osbourne's four decade track record as a culturally relevant artist is unprecedented, but his personal struggles have been shrouded in secrecy, until now. Featuring never before seen ... See full summary »
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Sixteen Fox affiliates refused to air the first episode and ten affiliates aired it at a later time. The entire series was canceled after the first episode with five additional episodes remaining unaired. See more »
Something Good To Watch If You Don't Have Any Grass To Watch Growing.
This was one of those shows you realized wasn't going to make it from the start. It was too insane, too over the top, just like the Osbournes in general. This family is no longer funny, nobody really envies them, I can't tell the difference for when Ozzy was on drugs or off, he acts like an idiot in both situations.
This was one of those shows you also realized was just like all the other "crazy comedy" shows that plagues the networks.
Maybe Fox will come out with some half-decent show that I can watch instead of this.
I feel as if the only time you could get enjoyment out of watching this is if you too, have no sense of humor.
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