Come May 2, the Jonas Brothers' new sitcom, "JONAS," debuts on the Disney Channel. Most Disney shows were only designed for the ladies — thanks to [artist id="3079282"]Selena Gomez[/artist], [artist id="3079280"]Demi Lovato[/artist] and [artist id="2408193"]Miley Cyrus[/artist] — but now the guys will charter that territory as a group of rock stars trying to lead regular lives.
It's not a far cry from their actual lives, and the JoBros — who will be embarking on a tour and releasing the album Lines, Vines and Trying Times in June — luckily didn't have to test out their acting chops in front of an audience.
"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."
Back in February, Joe told MTV News: "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."
In the show, they play the Lucas Brothers in a band called Jonas, who in addition to fighting off screaming fans also attend high school. The guys say they wouldn't trade in their real lives for anything in the world.
"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."