Joe Jonas said he, Kevin, and Nick will start filming "J.O.N.A.S!" in mid September soon after they complete their "Burning' Up" tour and are really excited about the series.
Signing on for their own Disney television series "J.O.N.A.S!", band of brothers Jonas Brothers are prepping themselves to start filing the project September later this year. Talking about the series in an interview with Ellegirl magazine, they address on such details, as the plot and their feeling on having the series in their pipeline.
Being asked by the magazine's Meredith Stebbins during an exclusive interview about what people can see on the "J.O.N.A.S!" show, Joe Jonas said the TV series will be about him and brothers Kevin Jonas and Nick Jonas "as a band but dealing with normal things like trying to take out the trash and not get hounded by fans." He went on adding, "It's going to be a funny show, and it's going to be a great cast."
Joe, furthermore, also revealed that writers of the series are currently working on the script and he and his siblings will start filming in mid-September soon after they complete their sold out tour, the "Burnin' Up" tour. "I'm really excited," so he told Ellegirl magazine.
"J.O.N.A.S!", which stands for Junior Operatives Networking As Spies, was initially planned to tell about the boy band living a double life as spies, but Kevin has previously stated that the original concept has been changed. "Everyone knew it was going to be about spies, and that's changed a little bit, I guess, 'cause in the course of the last two years, the band has changed a little bit. We're going to be the Jonas Brothers going through life - like, going to school, but still being the Jonas Brothers," he explained.
Discussing about "J.O.N.A.S!" with Ryan Seacrest on his KISS-FM radio show, the trio claimed that the series will be more like HBO's comedy series "Flight of the Conchords." They didn't mention the series' release date though.