Osbournes products, like trading cards and maybe even condoms, coming soon.

Osbournes products, like trading cards and maybe even condoms, coming soon.
The Osbourne family has signed a deal with Signatures Network to produce up to 70 products based upon the show; together, the products are expected to bring in more than $200 million this year. Additionally, “There’s interest for condoms, slot machines and video games,” the CEO of the company producing the products tells the AP. The Osbournes-themed products include everything from “backpacks to trading cards and watches,” according to the AP; they’ll hit stores from Kmart to Toys ‘R Us within the next two months.

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