"The spy concept was very big and very ambitious and it started to not feel quite right.As the band got bigger and bigger, doing a show that captured more of their real lives and trying to turn that into a more grounded, real version of what they might be doing became more interesting to do and more fun to do.". Schulman claims that "It's hard not to make parallel comparisons to The Beatles in 19 when you see the kind of response that the Jonas Brothers' fans have to them," and describes the 1964 A Hard Day's Night and 1965 Help! Producers and critics have also compared the series to The Monkees, a popular but short-lived mid-1960s television comedy also following a real life band.Carmanica also criticizes the series' script as blithe, unfunny, and "seeded with profound cynicism", but praised the believable fraternal interactions and Kevin Jonas's acting.The series was the first series on Disney Channel to premiere on a Saturday night, part of a deliberate strategy by Disney to open up the night to original programming and compete with Nickelodeon's traditional dominance of the evening.Turner wrote “I said yes” in her caption, and Jonas wrote, “She said yes.” The couple started dating last year and have documented their travels together on social media.While details of their relationship have remained fairly private, the 21-year-old actor, best known for her portrayal of Sansa Stark on about it earlier this year.
[...] It's just that one expects the premiere of a show by a heavily promoted major Disney brand like the Jonas Brothers to make a bigger splash." Viewership for the series second episode the following week fell sharply to nearly half its premiere audience—2.2 million total U. credits the decline to the premiere of Nickelodeon's hour-long i Carly special, "i Date a Bad Boy", which earned 6.5 million viewers.The role of Frankie Lucas was also created with Frankie Jonas in mind.In addition, Robert "Big Rob" Feggans, the Jonas Brothers real-life head of security, plays The Big Man, the JONAS bodyguard.However, the move to Sundays and Fridays and declining ratings, along with the change in setting and ill-fated strategies in promoting the show would result in Disney's decision to pull the plug on "Jonas L.A." On November 8, 2010, It announced that the show will not return for a third season.