final Osbournes season debuts tonight.

final Osbournes season debuts tonight.
The final 10 episodes of The Osbournes begin airing tonight on MTV. The fourth season kicks off at 10:30 p.m. ET. If this news of the series’ end comes as a crushing blow and you don’t know what you’ll do without The Osbournes in your life, well, maybe you should just buy their house. The family is selling the house that has been featured in the series, The New York Post reports. Sharon said, “It’s quietly on the market. We’re not going to put a ‘for sale’ sign outside, but a few brokers in town know that it’s on the market.” Why are they selling? Their kids “want their own homes now, and Ozzy and I want a small house with a small garden for the dogs.” She also tells the paper that Ozzy has been sober for nine months. But lest you fear a boring season, the season begins with Ozzy “really out of it. He wasn’t drinking, but he was on a lot of drugs–loads and loads of pain pills.”

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