The series centers on brothers Boomer and Brady (Doc Shaw and Mitchel Musso), a pair of 16-year-old fraternal twins (one African-American and one Caucasian), who were raised by their aunt and uncle in Chicago and live a normal existence. However, when Mason, the royal secretary to the throne of the island of Kinkow, arrives at their high school, they learn that they are the heirs to the king's throne of the island, and after Mason tells Brady and Boomer of their lineage, they begin to realize that their lives are about to change dramatically. After making the discovery, the brothers relocate to Kinkow, an American island to assume their roles as the joint kings of the island nation, which has many odd customs and superstitions – while trying not to cause problems. Boomer and Brady's efforts are often aided by Mikayla, Mason's teenage daughter and hindered by Lanny, a disgruntled cousin, who's out to sabotage the boys and take the throne for himself. They are also teamed up by Richard, an orphan king who helps Boomer and Brady.
Brady tries to unite two conflicting tribes to impress Mikayla, but things didn't go as he planned to be.Watch Now:Amazon
When Mason thinks Boomer's club is too rowdy, he takes over as head bouncer, but starts to keep the party out. In order to get Mason away from the club, the Kings lead him on a wild goose chase leaving the club wide open and vulnerable to a mythical human-like sponge creature named Damone (played by WWE's "The Miz") who absorbs everyone's confidence.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The head chef quits when he is ordered by King Boomer and King Brady to prepare a steak cake when he was supposed to be making a very important meal for a giant ogre who is about to wake up from annual 10 year sleep, and when the ogre wakes up and demands food, the kings have to make a dish for him to save the island from his wraith.Watch Now:Amazon
Fed up with Brady's unusual habit of becoming a sleep ninja at night, Boomer impulsively moves out. But when his new landlord Charlotte turns out to be a former Tarantula Person and transforms Mason into a cold-blooded terminator, Boomer must turn to his brother for help.Watch Now:Amazon
Brady finally musters up the courage to ask Mikalya out, by using a note Lanny wrote for him, but he reconsiders and decides to ask her in person; when Brady attempts to retrieve the note, Mikayla mistakenly assumes the note is from Boomer, and he learns that before dating a girl in Kinkow you must be hunted down by her father. During the night while Boomer is getting hunted, Brady tells Mason that he is the one who wants to go out with Mikayla. Mason starts hunting Brady. Brady spits an egg at Mason, knocking him out. In the morning they go back to the Kingdom and Brady asks Mikayla out but she says no, because he humiliated Mason in front of the people of Kinkow.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Boomer, jealous of the attention Boz is getting, enters the Jikki Kiki dance contest, and picks Boz as the second dancer, believing it an easy win, but when Boomer discovers that Boz is a great dancer, a rivalry develops between the two.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Boomer and Brady are flattered when a pair of cute Queens from the neighboring island compliment their latest ridiculous invention and ask them to be the Kings of Sununu. However, the Kings soon realize that the Queens and their kingdom are victims of a dumb-curse. In order to help cure the entire island of stupidity, Boomer and Brady must solve the Statue's riddle. When Brady gets the riddle wrong so the girls could still admire him and Boomer, the Statue puts the dumb-curse on King Brady, forcing Boomer to get help from Mason, Mikayla, and Lanny to solve the riddle by sunset or else they will be dumb-cursed.
When Boz defies Boomer's warnings and goes to the Dark Side, he finds a baby and brings it home only to discover the Tarantula People are threatening war because someone has stolen their baby prince. Boomer and Boz must learn to work together and return the feral, hissing, highly mobile baby to the Tarantula People before war breaks out.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Zadoc's minions capture Lanny and try to squish him with a huge rock. Lanny hands the throne back to Boomer and Brady. Mason goes after Zadoc and sees Boomer and Brady fight and defeat Zadoc and realizes that maybe they are the kings of legend.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
When Mikayla’s watchful eye keeps Brady and Boomer from getting into mischief, they host an island-wide search to find Mikayla a friend to keep her busy. The Kings soon regret the set-up when her new friend’s ‘beauty over safety’ mantra, puts all of their lives in danger.
Boomer teaches Boz about the Ten Bro-Mandments. However, a Tarantula Girl named Mary-Ann comes between them after she finds Brady's King Ring. Lanny tells Boomer that Boz is in the jungle, so Boomer goes after Boz, not realizing that Boz was up in the rafters. Boomer meets Mary-Ann in the jungle and she leads him to the Tarantula People and shows him Brady's King Ring. She throws it in the ditch. Boz saves Boomer from death & Boomer uses his secret ballet skills to defeat the Tarantula People. Boz's coronation then takes place.Watch Now:iTunes
Brady and Boomer must endure a King Challenge that tests their smarts, strength, and spirits. When Mikayla realizes the boys won’t pass the challenge, she agrees to help them, but the plan goes horribly wrong when Mikayla and Lanny are transformed into Boomer and Brady.Watch Now:Amazon
Boomer and Boz are each granted one wish on their birthday. Boomer wishes for the island to be danger-free for a date with his girlfriend Rebecca "Awesome" Dawson (who arrives on Kinkow for a visit). Boz wishes for him and Boomer to be closer, but gets more than he bargained for when they become magnetically attached. Things get worse when Lanny arranges for Boomer and Rebecca to have their date at Lightning Grove on the Dark Side of Kinkow.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Boomer and Brady meet an odd creature in the woods named Ogie (Doug Brochu). But Brady is jelous of the Ogie and is mean to him. Brady fills a void by being Lanny's friend, but Lanny's plot is to kill him. But when Boomer is invited to a feast, he isn't going to a dinner; he is dinner—or so it seems.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Brady and Boomer try to recover a lost medallion that is sacred to the island but Brady, along with Mikayla, is kidnapped by the Tarantula people. Meanwhile, Lanny embarrasses Mason by showing an old workout video that features him in it.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
When Boomer discovers that he and Boz do not have any brotherly memories like he and Brady do, he sets out to recreate a ski-trip from his childhood. But, when Boomer finds that the land he wants to build his resort on is occupied by Yetis, he removes them from the land and attempts to teach them how to be civilized.Watch Now:Amazon
While trying to prove that they are the Kings of Legend, Boomer and Brady accidentally bring Zadoc, an ancient evil statue, to life, consequently putting the entire island in extreme danger. The twins cede the throne to Lanny for the better of Kinkow and depart on a balloon voyage back to Chicago for good, until the balloon catches a wind and sends them plummeting straight to the Dark Side of the island.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes