Chasing Happiness: Jonas Brothers doc premiere date set for June
Former Disney stars and popular boy band The Jonas Brothers have officially announced the premiere date for their upcoming documentary titled Chasing Happiness which will give fans an up close and personal look into the lives of Kevin Nick and Joe after almost six years of their group hiatus. The documentary will be available for streaming on June 4, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. In addition, the announcement also came with a promo featuring the brothers talking with Google’s Alexa which you can check out on the player below.
The Jonas Brothers was formed in 2005 and first gained worldwide recognition through their self-titled second album which landed the top 5 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart on it first week. They are best known for their hit songs such as “S.O.S,” “Hold On,” “When You Look Me in the Eyes,” “Burnin’ Up,” “Lovebug,” “Paranoid” and Fly With Me.”
In 2013, they decided to part ways as a group in order to focus on their respective individual careers. However, last month, they’ve announced their most-awaited reunion by releasing a new single titled Sucker. The song’s music video featured the members’ respective partners, including actresses Priyanka Chopra-Jonas (Isn’t it Romantic?) and Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones).
In collaboration with Philymack and Federal Films (a division of Republic Records), the upcoming documentary will be premiering exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.