Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment released a DVD compilation, JONAS: Rockin' The House on September 22, 2009 and featured five episodes from the series including two never-before aired episodes and a special feature titled You've Just Been Jo' Bro'd: Surprising Chelsea Staub.Template: Infobox album A soundtrack release has been confirmed but there is no current release date.He claimed he was waiting for his teeth to come in.(However, when asked by Joe what his excuse is now, he did not have a comment.) Nick is also the mastermind of creative plans gone awry. She is best friends with Macy and is Joe, Nick and Kevin's childhood friend, she has known the boys since she was three.Kevin, Joe, and Nick Jonas are also members of the grammy-nominated American pop boy band Jonas Brothers. In the show, the band played concerts as a cover while working as government secret agents to save the world. Instead, Disney Channel filmed a mini reality show, the 2008 Disney Channel Original Short Series Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream, which followed the Jonas Brothers on a concert tour and premiered May 16..
The JONAS season one cast From left to right: Chelsea Staub as Stella Malone, Joe Jonas as Joe Lucas, Nick Jonas as Nick Lucas, Nicole Anderson as Macy Misa, and Kevin Jonas as Kevin Lucas.
Paige Wiser of the Chicago Sun-Times found the series better than Hannah Montana, but commented that Nick Jonas' reserved nature made him the weak link of the premiere episode and that the boys' amateur acting is "endearing until they play a scene opposite someone with real comedic timing -- like John Ducey." New York Times' John Carmanica was also disappointed with Nick's performance, particularly because, according to Carmanica, he gives off the savviest air in the band's off screen life.
Carmanica also criticizes the series' script as blithe, unfunny, and "seeded with profound cynicism", but did praise the believable fraternal interactions and Kevin Jonas' acting.
Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly called the show "The Monkees for millennials" and enjoyed the featured Jonas Brothers music.
Variety magazine reviewer Brian Lowry believed that Jonas Brothers' adorers would be pleased with the result, and that those who are not fans would still find an amiable charm within the series.
Not pictured is Rebecca Creskoff as Sandy Lucas, John Ducey as Tom Lucas, Frankie Jonas as Frankie Lucas and Robert Feggans as The Big Man Kevin is the oldest of the brothers and is usually seen as wacky, wild, and goofy.