Jonas Brothers' Show, 'Jonas L.A.,' Cancelled by Disney

The Jonas Brothers perform at Shoreline Amphitheatre on September 18, 2010 in Mountain View, California.

The Jonas Brothers are Disney Channel stars no longer. The sibling trio's television show, "Jonas L.A.," has been cancelled, the network confirmed in an official statement Monday night (Nov. 8).

"We've been fortunate to work with the enormously talented Jonas Brothers on several projects, including the Emmy-nominated series 'Jonas L.A.,' reads Disney's statement. "The series has concluded as scheduled after two very successful seasons, and all original episodes of its second season have aired."

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News of "Jonas L.A.'s" cancellation first spread over the weekend, when the show's director Paul Hoen wrote, "Sadly no more Jonas LA," on Twitter. The message was later deleted but reported on by

In its statement, Disney added that despite the series' cancellation, it will continue to work with the Jonas Brothers on their music through its record label. "The Jonas Brothers are currently busy wrapping up their 40+ city concert tour and will soon be back in the studio working on music projects for Disney's Hollywood Records. We look forward to working with them on new projects in the future."

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Previously named "Jonas," "Jonas L.A." received a 2010 Emmy nomination for outstanding children program, along with fellow Disney shows "Wizards of Waverly Place" and "Hannah Montana."


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