As if their family reality show wasn’t enough, Ozzy Osbourne is now teaming up with his son, Jack, for History’s new show, Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour. Describing himself as a history nerd, Osbourne had been planning this excursion with Jack for some time, and the show will have the pair tripping through such historical sites as Stonehenge, the Jamestown Settlement, and the Alamo, the monument to which Osbourne admits to urinating on during his earlier Black Sabbath days some 30 years ago.  

Does colorful history require colorful language?

From all accounts, this particular show on History promises to be a bit more colorful than most, if Ozzy’s language in recent interviews about the show are any indication -- there were more f-bombs dropped than there are cigars in Cuba, another location the rock star is enamored of.

Parents might want to preview the show to see if any strong language is censored before adding Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour to their homeschool studies on history, lest the kids get more of a lesson than Mom and Dad bargained for.

From rock stars to reality shows, the Osbournes do it all

As a leader in the rock band Black Sabbath that made fame in the 70s and is still touring today, Ozzy is no lightweight in the entertainment industry, but his family has also had their own share of the spotlight in recent years.  Son Jack and daughter Kelly have both been celebrity contestants on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars, each making it to the finals during their respective seasons, although neither made it all the way to win the Mirrorball Trophy. The family, including Kelly and Jack’s mother Sharon, who separated from Ozzy earlier this year, also starred in the reality show The Osbournes, which aired on MTV from 2002-2005.

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Its been reported that the couple has since reunited. Jack has also spent some time on the other side of the camera, his work behind the lens contributing in part to bringing the idea of this new show to fruition.  

Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour will premiere at 10 p.m. on Sunday, July 24, 2016 on History.