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Hot on the heels of their long-awaited musical return, the Jonas Brothers are back to give you yet another reason to have a complete meltdown. The group is teaming up with Amazon Studios to release a documentary that might just address why they broke up and what their road to getting back together has been like.
Amazon Prime Video confirmed the news in a tweet on March 4. Referencing lyrics from the group's brand-new single, "Sucker," the streaming service wrote, "We go together, better than birds of a feather, you and me and @nickjonas and @joejonas and @kevinjonas . . . sorry got carried away with news that we're teaming up with the #JonasBrothers on an exclusive documentary. Follow us for more details."
We go together, better than birds of a feather, you and me and @nickjonas and @joejonas and @kevinjonas….sorry got carried away with news that we’re teaming up with the #JonasBrothers on an exclusive documentary. Follow us for more details. pic.twitter.com/sgPtYDBQqs
— Prime Video (@PrimeVideo) March 4, 2019
The documentary will apparently be an intimate, detailed look into the group's lives. While sitting down with Brooke Reese during a recent interview on the Apple Music's Beats 1 radio station, the Jonas Brothers briefly explained what fans can expect from the upcoming project.
"It's going to give people a look into who we are as a family, as brothers and — oh yeah — we were also the Jonas Brothers at one time, then we weren't, and now we are again," Nick said. "So you kind of get the full range of our life story plus our family's perspective on everything." The 26-year-old continued, "Also a big factor in this too is the fans and what they've meant to us. I think it's going to be something we look back on in 20 years and we [are] able to show our kids and be really proud of the growth we've had."
Other details, like a premiere date or whether or not all three of their significant others will make appearances in the documentary like they did in the "Sucker" music video, have yet to be announced, but I'll be sure to cancel my plans for the day when it's finally available to stream.