Production Started on Second Season of ‘JONAS’ with Additional Cast Members
Production has begun in and around Los Angeles on the second season of the Teen Choice Award-winning comedy series, “JONAS,” starring global sensations Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas and popular actresses Chelsea Staub and Nicole Anderson. The new season finds the Lucas brothers and friends Stella and Macy spending a summer in Hollywood.
In Season Two of “JONAS,” rock stars Kevin, Joe and Nick Lucas have landed in Los Angeles, where they have rented a Hollywood Hills house and will experience a summer like no other when their relaxing vacation turns into three life-changing opportunities: Joe lands a prized role in a big Hollywood film, Kevin indulges his newfound passion for the movie business by shadowing a famous director, and Nick takes up surfing and feverishly works on his first passion – writing songs for the new JONAS album. Completing the entourage are the guys’ best friends, Stella Malone, who continues to grapple with being more than just a friend to Joe, and Macy Misa, who keeps all the fans up to date with her JONAS V-log.
Recurring guest stars are Debi Mazar (“Entourage”) as Mona, the mercurial and eccentric film director at the helm of the movie Joe stars in; Adam Hicks (of Disney XD’s “Zeke and Luther”) as DZ, the brothers’ posturing neighbor; and Abby Pivaronas (“Lincoln Heights”) as Vanessa Page, Joe’s beautiful movie co-star. Chaperoning the fun are the Lucas Brothers’ friend and chief of security, Big Man (played by Jonas Brothers’ real-life chief of security, Rob Feggans), and Stella’s Aunt Lisa, played by Beth Crosby (“All My Children”). Throughout the season, “JONAS” will feature all-new original songs performed by Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas.
“JONAS” is executive-produced by Lester Lewis (“The Office,” “The Larry Sanders Show”) and Paul Hoen (director and co-producer of “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam,” DGA Award-winning director of “Jump In!,” and “The Cheetah Girls One World,” among others). The series was created by Roger S.H. Schulman and Michael Curtis.