The Jonas Brothers have announced they're starring in and producing their very own comedy roast for Netflix!
"Jonas Brothers Family Roast is a one-of-a-kind comedy special of epic proportions that celebrates the universal truth that no one can get under your skin quite like your own family," the streaming service shared. "You'll see the multi-platinum global superstars the Jonas Brothers like you've never seen them before through sketches, songs, games, and special guests – all to give them a roasting they'll never forget."
Aside from Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas taking playful jabs at each other, celebrity guests will get in on the fun too. To start, Kenan Thompson will act as the host of the night, while Pete Davidson, Niall Horan and John Legend will also make appearances.
Comedians Lilly Singh, Jack Whitehall and Gabriel Iglesias will be there to crack jokes as well.
The musical brothers announced the comedy program with a funny video, where they revealed that it's set to debut worldwide on November 23.
It's been a busy year for the "Sucker" crooners, who embarked on the 44-date Remember This Tour in summer, with every show taking place at an outdoor venue.
They also launched Rob's Popcorn just a few weeks ago, and the sweet and salty snack can now be bought at their concerts or online.
Prior to joining the food industry, the guys recorded a TV special for the Tokyo Olympics, and they've released a few new tracks this year, including their new single, "Who's in Your Head."
Meanwhile, Kevin, who's a dad to daughters Alena, 7, and Valentina, 4, wrote the children's book There's a Rock Concert in My Bedroom alongside wife Danielle.
"Music has always been a foundational creative outlet in our family. Now our daughters, Alena and Valentina, enrich our lives in ways we could have never anticipated," the parents-of-two told PEOPLE. "The love and care they show each other on a daily basis inspired this story and we are so proud to share how these girls not only uplift us and each other, but are creative, caring rock stars in their own right."