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Jonas Brothers Family Roast Coming to Netflix

Netflix announced today that the Jonas Brothers Family Roast is coming to the streaming service on November 23, 2021.

The Jonas Brothers Family Roast is hosted by Emmy award winning comedian Kenan Thompson. Guest appearances include Pete Davidson, Niall Horan, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, John Legend, Lilly Singh, Jack Whitehall and more.

Jonas Brothers Family Roast Coming to Netflix

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.

You’ll see the multi-platinum global superstars the Jonas Brothers like you’ve never seen them before through sketches, songs, games, and special guests – all to give them a roasting they’ll never forget.

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Jonas Brothers Family Roast is produced by Fulwell 73. The executive producer and showrunner is James Longman and the head writer is Lauren Greenberg.

The executive producers include Emma Conway and Gabe Turner for Fulwell 73, Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas.

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Fulwell 73 is a television and film production company, set up in 2005 by lifelong friends Ben Winston, Leo Pearlman, Ben Turner and Gabe Turner. In March 2017, James Corden joined the company as a fifth partner.

Fulwell 73’s television slate is extensive as producers of the multi Emmy award-winning shows The Late Late Show with James Corden, Friends: The Reunion, Carpool Karaoke: The Series and The Grammys.

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Fulwell 73’s past and current productions include Drop the Mic for TBS, Sunderland Til’ I Die for Netflix, Training Days for YouTube, The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show for Amazon, Game On! for CBS, The Thomas John Experience for CBS All Access and Among the Stars for Disney+.

Fulwell 73’s scripted slate includes Amazon’s feature Cinderella, The Republic of Sarah for the CW, Real Pigeons Fight Crime for Nickelodeon and more.

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Jonas Brothers took the world by storm in 2019 with the surprise release of their critically-acclaimed and widely successful single “Sucker” following a six-year hiatus. The triple-platinum single debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100, becoming the first #1 for the band and the first #1 debut from a group this century.

The band went on to release Chasing Happiness, an Amazon Original film documenting the brothers’ rise and return to music, before going on to deliver their third #1 album with the arrival of their platinum-selling Happiness Begins (Republic Records). The trio continued to soar with their sold-out Happiness Begins Tour, selling over 1.2 million tickets.

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In the wake of Happiness Begins, the band garnered a bevy of awards, including three trophies at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards, a 2019 MTV VMA for “Best Pop Video,” “Best Duo/Group” at the 2020 iHeart Music Awards, and two Teen Choice Awards, including the prestigious “Decade Award.” They also picked up American Music Awards nominations, a coveted Grammy nomination, and more.

Jonas Brothers teamed up with Marshmello for “Leave Before You Love Me,” claiming a Top 10 spot at Top 40 radio for six weeks and tallying millions of streams and views. On its heels, they presented “Remember This” in partnership with NBCUniversal for the Tokyo Olympics. The song notably paved the way for the 44-date REMEMBER THIS Tour with support from Kelsea Ballerini.


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