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Jonas Brothers fans, we've got big news. The boys have just dropped another documentary, named Happiness Continues: A Jonas Brothers Concert Film.
Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas only released their first documentary, Chasing Happiness, back in 2019, which followed their musical reunion after six years apart, and looked back on how they became the stars they are today.
But they've already treated us to a new instalment, which is set to capture the band's experience on the road, their live concerts, backstage rituals and of course glimpses of their brand new family lives (oh heeey Sophie Turner, Priyanka Chopra and Danielle).
Not only this, but we'll be treated to performances of 'Brunin' Up', 'S.O.S' and 'Year 3000', as well as heaps more tracks from the Happiness Begins reunion album.
And we'll get to see the boys playing gigs in Miami, Vancouver, Mexico City and Chicago, too. It will almost be like we travelled with them on the tour!
A trailer for the show starts with Joe saying: "I thought I was done with the Jonas brothers...hell no!"
Then, a camera pans across a sea of fans cheering them on, shows us incredible concert footage and a series of never-before-seen moments from behind-the-scenes.
The documentary dropped on Amazon Prime Video at midnight on Thursday, but naturally fans have already binged the whole thing.
Many shared memes joking that they wouldn't be sleeping until they'd consumed the whole thing, while others gushed over the boys for providing yet more incredible content for them to binge during the lockdown.
Chatting on an Instagram Live stream (filmed separately due to the coronavirus pandemic) the trio looked back at their tour, and reminisced about their favourite memories and pre-show rituals.
Kevin sweetly told a fan that his favourite part of the experience was "having [his] family see the show for the first time" and that they were "able to see us making music again".
We're clearing out our TV schedules, *stat*...
You can watch Happiness Continues: A Jonas Brothers Concert Film on Amazon Prime now.
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