Fans of Married to Jonas rejoice! The reality show starring Grammy® nominated music megastar Kevin Jonas and his small town Jersey girl wife Danielle will return to E! for a second season of the popular half-hour reality series.
The show, produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions, has been renewed to follow the couple as the Jonas Brothers finish their new album and head back on tour for the first time in three years. Meanwhile, Dani explores starting her own business back in New Jersey and the Jonas and Deleasa families become even more close-knit. Season two of “Married to Jonas” will debut spring 2013 on E!
Lisa Berger, President, Entertainment Programming, E! said, “We are excited to continue following Kevin and Dani’s journey as they juggle love and marriage with pop superstardom and eager in-laws.” She added, “Season two of ‘Married to Jonas’ will continue to solidify E!’s can’t miss Sunday night reality block.”
Seacrest said of the show: “As we thought they might, Kevin and Dani Jonas proved both relatable and captivating to E! audiences.” He added, “We’re excited to continue chronicling their marriage and relationships with extended family and friends in season two. I expect they’ll continue to charm and amuse people along the way, generating even more Jonas family fans.”
In its first season, “Married to Jonas” gave viewers an intimate, entertaining peek inside the lives of the oldest member of the Jonas Brothers and his down-to-earth girl next door wife Dani. Romantic, funny, heart-felt and always engaging, the series followed the young couple as Kevin reunited in the studio with his siblings, and he and Dani confronted the ups and downs of settling down in New Jersey.
The series was an instant hit with audiences, attracting nearly 1.8 million total viewers to its premiere episode in August 2012. By its second and third weeks, the series ranked as the most watched program in its time period among Women 18-34 against all television competition from 10-10:30pm on Sunday nights – broadcast, cable & pay cable combined. Season one of “Married to Jonas” was also strong in the digital space, generating over a half million video views weekly across platforms.