Titled 'Married to Jonas', the new unscripted series explores the relationship between the oldest of the Jonas Brothers and his wife Danielle Deleasa.
Another celebrity family will be followed by E!'s cameras. Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle Deleasa are going to get the spotlight in a new reality series "Married to Jonas", which is executive produced by Ryan Seacrest along with Stephanie Bloch Chambers and Adam Sher, for the network.
In addition to following Danielle who is "living a true Cinderella story after marrying into pop royalty," the docu-soap series will see the one third of the Jonas Brothers as he re-teams up with his siblings, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas, to record new music together.
"The series presents a unique look at a young couple and their families from two entirely different worlds," Lisa Berger, president of entertainment programming for E!, tells Entertainment Weekly. "One small town and one dealing with international fame, coming together as one and starting a whole new life together."
Seacrest chimes in, "When we learned that Dani married Kevin, our production team became curious about what life would be like for a young bride entering the excitement, and sometimes chaos, of a pop star's life."
"Looking through the lens of young love, the show will examine the ups and downs of Dani and Kevin's marriage, against the backdrop of their contrasting family cultures, traditions and individual careers," the "American Idol" host adds.
The reality show which centers on the young couple who got married in 2009 will premiere August 19 at 10 P.M. on E!. The network has previously greenlit "Mrs. Eastwood & Company", which puts Clint Eastwood's wife Dina Eastwood, his daughter Francesca and their daughter Morgan, in the center stage and plans to debut it this May.
E! is also gearing up to unleash its first scripted series and has unveiled a batch of projects in development. They include "Amy Devlin Mysteries" which has Viola Davis and Maggie Gyllenhaal in the cast ensemble, "Dorothy" which is inspired by "The Wizard of Oz", and "Upstarts" from executive producer Kevin Spacey.