The plot: Nat and Alex hop into their psychedelic tour bus and head to New Orleans with the rest of the band, and their baby sitter, to perform a concert. By the time the band gathers for a preconcert news conference, Alex is wearing a white suit with cutaway jacket and a top hat festooned with three stuffed polar bears. Fortunately, he is not the designated heartthrob. That would be his year-old brother, Nat. Nat is having his own troubles; he is in love with Rosalina Allie DiMeco , a member of the band, and thinks she is in love with someone else, who is actually in love with someone else again.
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It depicts the daily lives of Draper's sons, who lead a faux world-renowned rock band in New York City. As a mockumentary , the storyline is an embellished parody of their real lives, and the fictional presence of a camera is often acknowledged. The show stars Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff , the lead singer-songwriter, and drummer, respectively. Nat's fictional female interest portrayed by Allie DiMeco and real life friends Thomas Batuello , David Levi , and Cooper Pillot , as well as Qaasim Middleton —who has no prior acquaintance with the family—feature as the other band members, with Draper's jazz musician husband Michael Wolff as his sons' widowed accordion-playing dad, and her niece Jesse Draper portraying the group's babysitter. The series is a spinoff of Draper's film of the same name that was picked up by the network, premiering in January Draper, known for her starring role in Thirtysomething , is the executive producer, and often writer and director.
The Naked Brothers Band
Andrew Wallenstein. The rock 'n' roll mockumentary stars real-life brothers Nat and Alex Wolfe. It's equal parts cute and clever that works on both kid- and adult-levels.
The series is a spin-off of The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie, which was originally an independent film written and directed by Draper. After winning a prize at the Hamptons International Film Festival in , Albie Hecht—who later became an executive producer of the show—was present that day and bought the film, to which became a pilot to the latter TV series and premiered in January The show stars Draper's prodigious sons, Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff, who portray famed versions of themselves. Draper's husband, Michael Wolff, serves as the music supervisor and also plays his sons' inept accordion-playing father. The storyline takes place in New York City where the siblings live in a vivid colored apartment, akin to the family's real home.