Chasing Happiness: 3 reasons to watch the Jonas Brothers doc

Jonas Brothers: Chasing Happiness -- Courtesy of Amazon Prime Video -- Acquired via EPK.TV
Jonas Brothers: Chasing Happiness -- Courtesy of Amazon Prime Video -- Acquired via EPK.TV /
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1. It’s a story about the importance of family

At its core, Chasing Happiness is a story about family. While it’s going to chronicle the history of the band and get into the nitty-gritty details, it’s truly about the Jonas Brothers. As the three brothers have pointed out in the trailer, it was a difficult road. They first needed to come together as brothers before they became a band again. Repairing familial relationships is already a process without the added pressure of the world.

The brothers aren’t the only ones taking part in the documentary, though. There are going to be interviews with their parents: Paul and Denise, their significant others: Danielle, Priyanka and Sophie along with their manager, Phil. It’s truly going to be a family affair in every sense of the word. The focus is definitely going to be on the Jonas Brothers, but we’ll be getting the perspective of their family rather than just them.

As evidenced by their upcoming album, Chasing Happiness is going to have a happy ending. It’s not always easy when bands get back together. For the Jonas Brothers, it’s so much more. The documentary is just a small step towards becoming the band they always wanted to be and seeing themselves as brothers first. Their music might not be for everyone, but their story could still resonate. Watching the trailer, you can see how much the brothers love each other and why the band is so important to them.

Maybe you won’t be a Jonas Brothers fan after watching. That’s okay but Chasing Happiness is a good way to spend a Tuesday night. If you’ve already caught up on everything on Netflix, then Amazon Prime is the way to go. Who knows? Maybe Chasing Happiness will end up being one of the best musical docs of the year.

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Chasing Happiness begins streaming June 4 on Amazon Prime.

Are you going to watch Chasing Happiness? Are you a Jonas Brothers fan? Be sure to let me know in the comments!