Rocker Ozzy Osbourne wants to update fans on the life of his famously chaotic family in a one-off special episode of their hit reality TV show The Osbournes. The Black Sabbath star gained a whole new army of younger fans after opening up his home to TV cameras for the fly-on-the-wall documentary, which ran for four seasons from 2002. He later said he could never face watching the show as he was "stoned during the entire filming", but now the Paranoid hitmaker has confessed he would love to revisit the programme one more time to show fans how the family is coping a decade later. He tells Q magazine, "I wouldn't mind maybe doing one episode; The Osbournes now, what's happened to us all, that kind of thing, but I don't know that we'd want to do a full series. It's up to the boss. Mama (wife Sharon). The thing is, it was real reality... I watched my kids end up on drugs, I watched my wife nearly die of cancer... The Osbournes' success in the first place, I think, was the editing; there were hours and hours they couldn't use because I was f**ked up all the time."