Digital streaming giant Amazon Prime Video has set a June 4 premiere date for John Lloyd Taylor’s Chasing Happiness, a documentary profiling the newly reunited Jonas Brothers.
Chasing Happiness will offer intimate insight into the personal lives of Nick, Joe, and Kevin Jonas through never-before-seen footage of the three brothers early days. The documentary goes beyond the headlines to focus on the brothers’ humble upbringing in New Jersey to their rise to pop superstardom, and the events surrounding their abrupt hiatus in 2013.
The film also spotlights the brothers as they rebuild their relationships as siblings to rekindle their musical spark as band mates, resulting in the forthcoming album, Happiness Begins.
The Jonas Brothers has sold more than 17 million albums while accumulating one billion-plus streams worldwide in the process. The trio has also garnered a Grammy Award nomination in the category of “Best New Artist” and won Billboard‘s “Eventful Fans’” Choice Award for “Best Concert Tour of the Year”.
Six years after their break up, the group reunited earlier this year with the release of the single “Sucker,” which became the Jonas Brothers’ first number one single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Chasing Happiness is produced by Philymack and Federal Films in association with Polygram Entertainment and Amazon Studios. Executive producers include Phil McIntyre, John Varvatos, Monte Lipman, and Dana Sano and producers Reece Pearson, Steve Ecclesine and Grant MacDowell.
Chasing Happiness launches June 4 on Amazon Prime Video in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.