"We've been fortunate to work with the enormously talented Jonas Brothers on several projects, including the Emmy-nominated series 'Jonas L.A.' " a rep told MTV News in a statement. "The series has concluded as scheduled after two very successful seasons, and all original episodes of its second season have aired."
The statement goes on to say that the guys will still work with Disney on other projects. "The Jonas Brothers are currently busy wrapping up their 40+ city concert tour and will soon be back in the studio working on music projects for Disney's Hollywood Records," it reads. "We look forward to working with them on new projects in the future."
Before Disney's confirmation, Hollywoodlife.com reported that the show's director Paul Hoen tweeted, "Sadly no more Jonas LA." However, Hoen later deleted the tweet.
The show racked up 4.2 million viewers and snagged an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Children's Program in its second and final season.
"We're really blown away by it," Kevin Jonas told MTV News earlier this year about the show's Emmy nomination.
"We've never been up for an Emmy before," Joe Jonas added. "That's never been on our radar, so something like that's really exciting."
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