HBO has announced a new documentary series about the legendary Minneapolis rapper Jonas Brothers, which follows the rapper through his turbulent life and career.
The series, called Jonas Brothers: 10 Reasons to Love HBO, is scheduled to premiere on March 31.
The docuseries will follow Jonas through the years, focusing on his music, family and his life in Minneapolis, where he was raised.
The 10-episode series will follow his career as a musician, with interviews with artists, producers, managers and friends.
In addition to the 10-part series, HBO will release two new documentaries: Jonas Brothers’ Most Wanted: Inside the World of a Murder Suspect and Jonas Brothers on Fire: The Legend of the Ghost Killer.
The latter is a documentary that follows the legendary hip-hop legend and his gang as they go on a mission to get revenge on a serial killer.
The documentary series is the latest in HBO’s growing archive of documentary series, which includes The Last Boy Scout, a docudrama about the lives of young American soldiers who fight in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The most recent installment in the series, “The Last Boy Scouts,” aired on HBO in September.
The show was nominated for five Emmys including best documentary, and received three nods: best actor in a comedy, best supporting actor in comedy, and best documentary.
HBO also has a new docusery series about comedian Dave Chappelle called Chappelers Most Wanted, which will premiere on the network in the fall.
The program will follow Chappelles rise to fame in the comedy world and his rise from humble beginnings to one of the most successful and influential comedians in history.