Marc Peyser of Newsweek says all reality shows lose steam after the first season, once the novelty has worn off, and ‘The Osbournes’ will likely be no different. “A lot of the value of these shows is the shock value. It’s rubbernecking programming—you have to stop and look. With ‘The Osbournes,’ we now know what to expect,” says Stacey Lynn Koerner, director of broadcast media at Initiative Media. “If Sharon throws the cameras out after the second season, it may not be such a bad thing.”
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