Nick Jonas' character on Kingdom is revealed to be gay in the show's season finale.

The 10-episode series from creator Byron Balasco premiered Wednesday, October 8 on DirecTV and revolves around a gym for Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competitors in Venice Beach.

Jonas (Smash) plays Nate Kulina, an MMA fighter, in the show.

In the December 10 finale, a drunken Nate is ejected from a gay bar but still manages to find some company.

Jonas told Buzzfeed that he's known about his character's sexuality all along and is proud of the role.

“Byron [Balasco] told me before shooting began,” Jonas said.

“The biggest thing I've learned through this is that you can't have any fear when you're acting. Any ounce of fear will show. You just have to become that person and live that life. I love that process and pushing myself in that way. I found that really rewarding in the end … I'm absolutely willing to go anywhere the story needs to go.”

“I think it would be ideal if Nate could just live in his truth and be exactly who he needs to be and be okay with it, but the reality is that, for him specifically, it's tough. There's a journey he has to go on, and I hold that with a lot of responsibility and I'm thrilled to get to tell his story,” he added.

Kingdom returns for its second season in the spring.