Jonas Brothers have been filming a new documentary about their comeback for over a year
5 March 2019, 13:59 | Updated: 5 March 2019, 15:55
The Jonas Brothers documentary will reveal all the "personal, behind the scenes" moments leading up to the group's comeback. This week, Amazon Prime video and The Jonas Brothers officially announced their upcoming documentary. Here's how you can stream the documentary when it's realeased.
Where can you watch the Jonas Brothers documentary? Keep your eyes peeled for an Amazon release. The Jonas Brothers' big comeback has been good news for OG fans of the trio. Their single, "Sucker", has reeled fans back in and given the brothers a chance to showcase a more grown up sound and aesthetic.
The highly anticipated reunion didn't just come about over night. Nick, Kevin, and Joe worked on a documentary in the run up to their return, which they discussed with us here at PopBuzz.
While speaking to PopBuzz, Nick revealed that it was partially the documentary that brought them closer together.
"We started filming the doc about a year or a year and a half ago, and it was really just to tell our story. We started to spend a lot more time together, in a working sense, and realising we were missing that magic, and that fun we had together back in the day and thinking that this could be a really exciting moment to get back to do this."
So, where can you see this exciting new doc?
Where to watch the new Jonas Brothers documentary:
Per THR, Amazon Studios head Jennifer Salke said of the new doc:
“Amazon Prime Video is proud to be the exclusive home for a very personal, behind the scenes look at the Jonas Brothers as they reunite for this exciting tour. Experiencing the brothers back together again is the news that everyone hoped for and we can’t wait to share this intimate and compelling documentary special with all of our customers.”
No release date for the Jonas Brothers documentary has been announced yet.
This means that anyone with a Prime Video subscription can watch the documentary at no extra cost (sorry, Netflix users!) Non-subscribers will likely be able to rent the upcoming documentary through Amazon.
I'm not going to lie. When this comes out, I'm inviting over five of my closest Jonas loving pals and we're going to stream the hell out of it.