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Animated Osbournes Series in the Works

Toronto studio hopes to see 'The F'n Osbournes' at Cannes television festival

March 6, 2012 8:30 AM ET
Sharon and Kelly Osbourne arrive for the 38th annual People's Choice Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.
Sharon and Kelly Osbourne arrive for the 38th annual People's Choice Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.
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A Toronto animation studio is shopping a new series, The F'n Osbournes, based on the life of Ozzy Osbourne and his family. Cuppa Coffee Studios, who previously produced MTV's Celebrity Death Match and Comedy Central's Ugly Americans, is hoping to sell 20 episodes of the stop-motion series at the Cannes International Television Market in April.

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The F'n Osbournes
would be produced by Sharon and Jack Osbourne along with Cuppa Coffee founder and show creator Adam Shaheen. The family, of course, were previously the stars of MTV's reality show The Osbournes from 2002 until 2005, so in a way, this animated series could be seen as a reboot of that franchise.

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