Ozzy and Jack Osbourne’s World Detour TV Show Will Return for Season Three in June


I still haven’t seen a single episode of Ozzy and Jack’s World Detour, the reality TV show in which metal’s favorite bumbling buffoon is driven around the country by his son Jack as the duo visits various attractions and historical sites. It’s not for lack of interest that I haven’t seen it yet — it actually sounds at least mildly entertaining! — I just don’t have cable anymore. Sad trambone.

Plenty of people are quite into the show, it seems, as it’s been picked up for a third season set to begin in June on the History Channel. Ozzy’s daughter Kelly will be joining this time, too. Here’s the overview of the third season:

“In this season of Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour, rock legend Ozzy Osbourne is anxious to hit the road to escape the stress of planning his final solo world tour. To get away from the pre-tour insanity, he hatches a plan to get back in the RV and take a cross-country road trip to Florida for his first gig. While his son, Jack, loves the idea of hitting the road again, there is one problem: Jack and his wife are awaiting the arrival of their third child and can’t leave Los Angeles. Until Jack can rejoin the trip, he enlists his sister, Kelly, to help get their dad on the road to Florida. Along the way, Jack plans stops at explosion school in Missouri and space camp in Alabama, while Kelly takes Ozzy to check out western wear in Nashville and goat yoga in Arizona. To show Ozzy how important his music is to people all across the country, Jack surprises his dad with unique musical tributes including mariachi bands, marching bands, and even a kids’ xylophone orchestra playing “Crazy Train”. With three Osbournes together on the road for the first time in decades, anything can happen.”

Sounds fun, no? We’re not talking Emmy-quality television here, but it’s absolutely the kind of thing I’d kick back and watch on a Wednesday night with a glass of bourbon and a packed bowl. Ozzy lends himself to comedy without even trying, and Kelly’s a TV pro at this point; I’m sure she’ll bring a new dynamic to the screen.

The show premieres on June 13th at 9pm. There’s no trailer available for Season 3 yet, but you can watch a trailer for Season 2 below to get an idea of what the show’s all about if you haven’t seen it yet.

[via Ghost Cult Mag]

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