Sharon Osbourne is back and she’s making the rules. As announced by the streaming platform’s president Jason Klarman, Fox Nation will present a documentary series about Sharon Osbourne titled Sharon Osbourne: To Hell & Back in September. Osbourne’s personal and professional lives will be explored candidly in the four-part series, mentioning how she fell victim to the cancellation culture movement after leaving CBS’ The Talk, said the report.
As he made the announcement, FOX Nation president Jason Klarman declared, “We are excited to be the place that Sharon chose to tell her incredible story. From her remarkable career as a music manager, to creating television’s first celebrity reality show, to her dramatic exit from The Talk, Sharon will take viewers behind the scenes of it all.”
Osbourne declared, “FOX Nation subscribers will have an unbridled look into the toll the cancel culture phenomenon had on my life and career. I hope telling my story for the first time will help audiences understand the impact this movement can have on individuals and families.”
In the new docuseries, Osbourne says, “Did I ever think that I was going to be accused of something that I’m not? Who ever thinks that’s going to happen in their life?”
Sharon Osbourne: To Hell & Back is a four-part Fox Nation special in which the family matriarch condemns the culture-canceling “woke mob” mentality and reveals the horrifying experiences that made her resistant to returning to the public eye.
As a result of her dramatic exit from CBS’ “The Talk,” Osbourne and her family came under fire from the media after getting into an argument with co-host Sheryl Underwood over Meghan Markle’s bombshell story with Oprah Winfrey. “Piers [Morgan] felt that Meghan was making up stories. He was branded a racist. And because I supported him, I was branded a racist,” Osbourne explains.
“It was unfathomable that that happened on ‘The Talk,’” says former co-host Carrie Ann Inaba on the new show. “No one should have ever gone through what she went through that day.” In “To Hell & Back,” one of Osbourne’s sons, Jack, recounts his memories of discovering his mother following the on-air altercation, “on the floor crying hysterically.”
The daytime talk show went on an unspecified break after Osbourne left. Later, she was subjected to harassment and even death threats. Osbourne claims that Sheryl was stabbing her in the back.
“They asked me to apologize. Can’t do it. But I thought that these people were my friends. I just kept saying, why are you all doing this to me?” she said. Considering the multiple trials and tribulations Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon’s husband, had endured over the past few years, Sharon said the harassment directed at her family was the final straw.
Sharon’s daughter, Kelly Osbourne declared in the documentary, “The saddest part for me. I thought that Sheryl and my mom were friends.” Jack Osbourne adds, “The punishment doesn’t fit the crime because there was no crime.”
From Monday, September 26, only Fox Nation subscribers will have access to all four episodes of “Sharon Osbourne: To Hell & Back.”