discovery+ debuts Jack Osbourne’s Night of Terror: UFOs in September

Host Jack Osbourne, Jason Mewes, and Jamie Kennedy having a conversation during the filming of Discovery +'s Night Of Terror.
Host Jack Osbourne, Jason Mewes, and Jamie Kennedy having a conversation during the filming of Discovery +'s Night Of Terror. /

Jack Osbourne and Jason Mewes will be back on discovery+ in September with another Night of Terror special.

Jack Osbourne originally became famous due to the fact that rock legend Ozzy Osbourne is his father, but now he is better known because of his passion for the paranormal and unusual. The Osbourne family were featured in both The Osbournes: Night of Terror and The Osbournes Want to Believe, with both series including all manner of the paranormal and supernatural.

In June, discovery+ brought us Jack Osbourne’s Night of Terror: Bigfoot, in which Jack and his pal Jason Mewes (Clerks) took a scary hike in the woods of Priest Lake in search of the mythical creature.

Now, Jack Osbourne is joined again by Mewes, along with Jamie Kennedy (Scream) in an attempt to explore the strange goings-on at Utah’s Uinta Basin, which has been the landing spot for numerous UFO sightings over the years.

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Left to Right, Sharon, Ozzie, Kelly and Jack Osbourne pose in the Osbourne family home in Los Angeles during the production of Portal To Hell, hosted by Jack Osbourne. Image courtesy Travel Channel, Gilles Mingasson / Getty Images /

Uinta Basin is where the legendary Skinwalker Ranch is located, and there have been hundreds of stories of alien abductions, shapeshifters, lights in the sky and UFOs, all in the same general area.

Jack Osbourne, Jason Mewes and Jamie Kennedy conducted an exciting investigation.

As preparation for the special, the three men have interviewed witnesses and experts in the field, including UFO expert Ben Hansen, all in an effort to get as much info as possible.

Jack Osbourne says he has been obsessed with the idea of life on other planets since he was a child, and claims The Uinta Basin is “a mecca for alien and supernatural activity.” With the best in technology and specialty equipment, Jack and his pals will conduct a thorough investigation of the active area, even capturing a strange creature on camera.

Jack Osbourne’s Night of Terror: UFOs is a two-hour special, which will debut on discovery+ September 3. If you aren’t already a discovery+ subscriber, check out their website to receive a free 7-day trial subscription.

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