Joe Jonas, Kevin Jonas and Nick Jonas are gearing up to roast each other for Jonas Brothers Family Roast, a one-hour comedy special premiering globally on Netflix Tuesday, November 23. In addition to starring in the Netflix original, Jonas Brothers also take on the role of executive producers on the show.
Saturday Night Live’s very own Kenan Thompson will host the roast that will give floor to the super-star sibling trio to openly tease and ridicule each other in a way only brothers know how.
“Jonas Brothers Family Roast is a one-of-a-kind comedy special of epic proportions that celebrates the universal truth that no one can get under your skin quite like your own family,” shared the JoBros in a video statement posted to Twitter.
Last month, the Jonas Brothers shared a vibrant Christian Breslauer-directed music video for “Who’s In Your Head.”
The visual finds the pop trio jamming out in a performance space heavily decorated with instruments on the wall. For a while, the camera cuts back and forth between the band and a young woman painting in her studio. Before you know it, the Jonas Brothers find themselves within the painting she’s working on—dressed in the same pinks and blues to match the vibrant brush strokes.
“Who’s In Your Head?” finds the Jonas Brothers in search of understanding. The song, co-written by Rami Yacoub and Max Martin, details a skeptical partner in a relationship where their other half seems distracted by thoughts of someone else from the past.
“I wanna know who’s in your head stealing your heart while I’m still bleeding, who’s in your bed wrapped in your arms while I ain’t sleeping,” they sing on the infectiously catchy hook Martin and Yacoub are known for crafting.
After a series of strange run-ins with expressive painters and people dancing down the street, the “Who’s In Your Head” music video wraps with one final performance from the Jonas Brothers. The band takes the stage outdoors at a stage set up in downtown Los Angeles backed by a marching band in front of an audience of smiling listeners, offering a seemingly happy ending.