The Judds revealed back in November that they will star in their very own reality show, fittingly titled 'The Judds,' but little did we know that they got an offer from another network.

"We were offered the VH1 slot after 'The Osbournes,'" Wynonna admits to GAC. "I was like, 'I'd rather have a lobotomy.'"

"They offered us so much money," Naomi adds.

Clearly, a drama-infused show following one of America's most infamous rock families was not appealing, but we should still be able catch a glimpse of their mother-daughter feuds on Oprah Winfrey's new network, OWN.

While the two have admitted to going to therapy to mend their relationship, they have agreed to have the network travel with them as they "prepare for their first tour in 10 years together and continue to explore their complex relationship as mother and daughter."

"After 25 years of touring, recording and singing the music we love, we are beyond excited to begin this new adventure together and share it with the fans," Wynonna and Naomi said in a previously released statement. "To have this opportunity is amazing, and the OWN Network is the perfect home for us."

The Judds have recently been finishing up their new album, which boasts the single 'I Will Stand By You.' OWN launches on Jan. 1, 2011.