Sharon Osbourne talks reboot of "The Osbournes"

Ozzy Osbourne and his wife Sharon arrive for the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards in Glasgow, Scotland, on Nov. 9, 2014.

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The year has barely even started, but Sharon Osbourne so far has a lot planned.

She's gearing up to shoot a new season of "The Osbournes," the MTV reality series that documented the lives of the Osbourne family. It ran from 2002-2005, and now 10 years later is getting a reboot on VH1.

"We're going to be filming in the spring," Osbourne told CBS News. "It'll come out in probably October and November of this year."

She added, "I don't what to expect because we haven't lived it yet. But it's not a whole series. It's really a catch-up and will be more documentary-style." VH1 plans to film 6-8 episodes for the update.

A lot has happened since the hit series went off the air. Daughter Kelly Osbourne has gone on to become a host on "Fashion Police." And son Jack Osbourne, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2012, has since gotten married and started a family. A few years ago there were reports of marriage trouble between Sharon and her rocker husband, Ozzy Osbourne. But things have been on the up and up for the celebrity couple, who have been married for 32 years.

"Everbody's good," Osbourne says.

Obourne will be juggling her time on the VH1 show with hosting duties on "The Talk," where she sits alongside Sara Gilbert, Julie Chen, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler.

"We're all so different and we all bring something different to the table, but we get along," said Osbourne, who's been on CBS daytime talk show since its start in 2010. "We respect each other and I think that that comes across on camera."

Also in the new year, Osbourne, 62, will also be keeping a close watch on her health.

"It's no secret that my entire life I've had a weight problem," said Osbourne. "At one stage I was 230 pounds. I've tried every diet, every exercise regime."

Three years ago, she started on Atkins, has stuck with it and has since become a spokesperson for the diet. Osbourne says she's lost at least 25 pounds and has been able to maintain her weight.

"It just rolls into 2015," she said. "I'm still going to be taking care of myself."