'Jonas Brothers Family Roast' premieres on Netflix on this date
The Jonas Brothers, who have won millions of hearts with their songs and also for their interesting personal lives, are all set to feature in an upcoming comedy special show on Netflix. The trio of Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas is getting ready to get "roasted" in an hour-long special episode that will premiere on the streaming platform on November 23, 2021.
Unlike performing on stage, the three famous faces will come together on the family roast special to show us their never-seen-before avatars. Netflix, on October 25, released a teaser of the upcoming special that has been named Jonas Brothers Family Roast. It ran us through all the intriguing and fun elements that will take place during the first-ever family roast on the streaming giant.
"It's a one-of-a-kind comedy special that celebrates the universal truth that no one can get under your skin quite like your family," Nick said in the promo, while Netflix informed that there will be "sketches, songs, games, and special guests—all to give them a roasting."
Apart from the Jonas Brothers, the episode will feature many other notable names, including Pete Davidson, John Legend, Niall Horan, Lilly Singh, Jack Whitehall, and Gabriel Iglesias. This show will be hosted by Kenan Thompson, who has won a Primetime Emmy Award for Saturday Night Live. The announcement was made by the trio through a 48-second-long teaser, where Joe kept repeating the word "roasted."
"You really don't understand how the roasting thing works, do you?" Nick asks Joe in the teaser of this special. "Roasted," responds the It's About Time maker. While Nick's wife Priyanka Chopra and Joe's wife Sophie Turner do not appear in the teaser, fans are eager to find out if they will join the trio in this exciting show. That would be awesome!
Meanwhile, this comedy special is a "one of a kind," as said by Nick, which is being backed by Fulwell 73. Emma Conway and Gabe Turner have joined the project as executive producers, while Lauren Greenberg is the head writer. Meanwhile, after a break of six years, the brothers returned with Sucker in 2019. The song was a monstrous hit and went triple platinum.