The show follows the Jonas Brothers through fun and unusual situations as they try to live ordinary lives. The series will also feature original Jonas Brothers songs created especially for ... See full summary »
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The show follows the Jonas Brothers through fun and unusual situations as they try to live ordinary lives. The series will also feature original Jonas Brothers songs created especially for the show. "JONAS" is set in the Jonas family's New Jersey home (a converted fire station on Jonas Street, the inspiration for their band's name) and at their private school, Horace Mantis Academy. Little brother Frankie also stars, and the family wouldn't be complete without The Big Man, the JONAS bodyguard. Written by
Yes, I'm an adult. Yes, my kids are mostly grown and certainly out of the age range of the usual Disney TV fan. But I am old enough to remember the happy randomness of Beatles movies and The Monkees on Saturday morning television -- and that's what "Jonas" brings to mind.
I love the innocence and silliness of this show. IMO, the brothers have an easy rapport on camera and great comedic timing. And I have to say that Nick should pursue a career in acting in the future if he doesn't want to be in the music business. He's got real leading man potential.
Do you remember when you were a kid and you just felt like laughing about nothing and didn't care what grownups (or anyone else) thought? When you could look at your brother or BFF and whisper something like "shoehorn" and dissolve into laughter? Please view this program with that mood in mind. Sit back, smile and don't take life so seriously.
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