Jonas Brothers Didn’t Mind Not Filming For A Live Audience


-The Jonas Brothers’ show, “JONAS,” debuts on May 2nd. Unlike some of the other Disney shows, “JONAS” doesn’t film in front of a live audience. How did the guys feel about that? According to Entertainment Weekly via MTV: “It’s nice for us. We don’t have to worry that every take will be messed up,” Joe told Entertainment Weekly. “We appreciate we can focus on the acting side of things.”

To MTV: “If there’s a live audience there, there’s a little more pressure to have your lines down, ’cause it’s a little different, and it’s filmed as if you filmed a Broadway show almost. [With our show,] if you mess up, you can go, ‘OK, let’s do it again.’ You can have, like, 72 takes, and you’re good.”

“We realize we’re living a lot of people’s dreams, and we’re grateful every day,” Nick told EW. “Our dad was just saying it would be really funny if we went back and took a job flipping burgers. And that’d be great and all, but I’m content where I am.”

Are you excited for “JONAS?”