Nov 9, 2010 12:54 PM
Courtesy Disney Channel
Say it ain't so! After just two short seasons, Emmy nominated Disney Channel series JONAS L.A. is officially cancelled. News of the show's end spread over the weekend when director Paul Hoen revealed via twitter: "Sadly no more Jonas L.A.", he later deleted the post.
Disney confirmed the second season would be the Jonas Brother's last in a statement released earlier this week:
- "Weâ€™ve been fortunate to work with the enormously talented Jonas Brothers on several projects, including the Emmy-nominated series JONAS L.A. The series has concluded as scheduled after two very successful seasons, and all original episodes of its second season have aired. 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."
Jonas L.A. is going out strong with 4.2 million viewers tuning in for the show's final season, a spinoff from the made-for-TV movie, Camp Rock, co-starring Demi Lovato.
Luckily for little girls everywhere, this is not the beginning of the end for the Jonas Brothers. Not only do they have an extensive world tour and new album in the works, Joe Jonas recently announced plans to go solo. His yet-untitled debut album is set to be released early 2011.