Nickelodeon will premiere the third season of the hit mockumentary series, The Naked Brothers Band with a special hour-long movie titled “Mystery Girl,” premiering Saturday, Oct. 18, at 8:30 p.m. (ET/PT).
The TV movie stars real-life brothers, musicians and teen sensations Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff along with celebrity guest Miranda Cosgrove, star of the hit Nickelodeon series, iCarly.
The new season is filled with special guests and all-new music written and performed by both Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff.
The premiere episode includes the debut of the band’s latest songs, “Blueberry Cotton.” “Face in the Hall” and “Scary World,” three of 13 new original songs written and performed by Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff rolling-out throughout the third season.
“Face in the Hall” is featured on the recently released album from Nickelodeon and Columbia Records’ titled iCarly - Music From and Inspired by the Hit TV Show.
Guest will include Whoopi Goldberg, Natasha Bedingfield, David Attell, David Desrosiers (Simple Plan), Simon Kirke (Bad Company), Tobin Esperance (Papa Roach), Leon Thomas and Nickelodeon’s very own Victoria Justice, star of the upcoming Nickelodeon television movie Spectacular.
In “Mystery Girl,” The Naked Brothers Band is making a major motion picture! But it’s far from quiet on the set as Nat grapples with why his girlfriend Rosalina is sabotaging herself in the film with terrible acting in the hopes of getting written out of the script. To Nat’s dismay, he discovers that Rosalina is about to leave on a six-month cruise around the world – her prize for winning a music competition. Meanwhile on the set, Alex freaks out when he discovers that his part in the movie calls for him to kiss his skateboarding buddy, Juanita! David, Thomas and Qaasim plot to overthrow the movie’s bullying director and Nat discovers he’s starting to have feelings for his new co-star, actress Miranda Cosgrove who plays herself.
The brothers will also hit the open road this fall for their very first music tour titled “Nat & Alex Wolff: Fully Clothed & On Tour” kicking off at the world famous Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ on Saturday, Nov. 1. The cross-country weekend tour, which is being exclusively booked by Live Nation, will hit multiple cities across the country including Boston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, New Orleans and Chicago, just to name a few. The rock star brothers will perform many of their hit songs from the first and second albums including, “I Don’t Want To Go To School,” “Crazy Car” and “Mystery Girl.” Fans of Nat and Alex can currently purchase tickets at www.LiveNation.com.
Cities and Dates:
Saturday, Nov. 1 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony
Sunday, Nov. 2 Westbury, NY Capitol One Theater at Westbury
Saturday, Nov. 8 New York, NY Blender Theater at Gramercy
Sunday, Nov. 9 New York, NY Blender Theater at Gramercy
Saturday, Nov. 15 Baltimore, MD Ram’s Head Live!
Sunday, Nov. 16 Philadelphia, PA Theater of the Living Arts
Saturday, Nov. 22 Chicago, IL House of Blues
Sunday, Nov. 23 St Paul, MN Myth
Friday, Nov. 28 Orlando, FL House of Blues
Saturday, Nov. 29 Orlando, FL House of Blues
Sunday, Nov. 30 New Orleans, LA House of Blues
Saturday, Dec. 6 Washington, DC Sixth & I Memorial Synagogue
Sunday, Dec. 7 Boston, MA Berklee Performance Center
Saturday, Dec. 13 Anaheim, CA House of Blues
Sunday, Dec. 14 Los Angeles, CA The Roxy
About the show:
Inspired by the Wolff siblings’ real-life, preschool-born band, The Naked Brothers Band follows a world-famous rock group, chronicling their fame, friendship, temporary break-up and adolescent experiences.
The cameras track the charismatic rock stars led by dreamy, sensitive singer-songwriter Nat, 13, and energetic, unabashedly adorable drummer Alex, 10, on and off stage, focusing, too, on their celebrity lifestyle with all of its perks and problems.
Featured as well are the Wolff boys’ real-life friends and band mates from pre-school days: cellist Thomas (Thomas Batuello) and keyboard player David (David Levi), along with guitarist Qaasim (Qaasim Middleton) and bassist --Nat’s crush-- Rosalina (Allie DiMeco). Cooper (Cooper Pillot), the band’s pint-sized manager, completes the tween troop, and Jesse (Jesse Draper) is Nat and Alex’s ditzy tutor/babysitter and real-life cousin.
The Naked Brothers Band movie received a nomination for a 2007 Teen Choice Award. Additionally, Nat Wolff, Alex Wolff, and Michael Wolff are all recipients of the BMI 2007 Cable Award.