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By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Teen rock stars bring good, clean fun to Tinsel Town.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

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age 7+

Based on 16 parent reviews

age 8+

My review of Jonas La

I love this show. It is funny. I like how they do funny things. I like that they live in a fire house. I like it that they go down fire poles. This is the best show ever. This is my favorite show.
age 11+

Not at all good.

First off,why ive it 4 stars?! This show is boring and deserves a 1.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (16 ):
Kids say (77 ):

Jonas, Lucas, Midas -- no matter what name the trio uses, the result seems destined to be golden. It speaks to the Jonases' immense likeability that they can star in a show that's so entwined with their real-life selves (they don't even change their names, for heaven's sake) and still not come across as self serving. On the contrary, their charm and chemistry are bound to win over viewers who aren't already on the Jonas bandwagon.

The show's move to L.A. means a focal change from the guys' attempts to stay grounded in the "real" world to the decision to embrace their celebrity status and the opportunities it offers. This gives the show a more mature feel (the guys are on their own, after all) and opens the door to developing romances for both Joe and Nick. But despite these changes, the JoBros prove they're still the poster boys for kid-friendly entertainment, and the show imparts positive messages about healthy teen relationships, communication, and, of course, strong family ties.

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