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THE CHOSEN Season 4 Coming to Theaters: ‘Testament To The Big Screen’

THE CHOSEN Season 4 Coming to Theaters: ‘Testament To The Big Screen’

By Movieguide® Contributor

Season 4 of THE CHOSEN will arrive in theaters in early 2024.

“For the first time ever, the full season of a streaming-TV show will be released exclusively in theaters, distributed by Fathom Events,” a press release about the show stated

Fans of THE CHOSEN were able to view the premiere and finale of Season 3 in theaters. 

“Every time we’ve dipped our toes in the theatrical waters, viewers have overwhelmingly told us they want more,” creator and director Dallas Jenkins explained in the statement. “After seeing the Season 4 episodes, we knew we’d be doing our fans a disservice if we denied them the chance to see them all on a big screen with others they can laugh and cry with.”

Ray Nutt, CEO of Fathom Events, added, “We are thrilled to collaborate again with THE CHOSEN team to bring fans the entire fourth season to cinemas before it is available elsewhere. It is a testament to the big screen’s power to unite people and have them share in this communal experience.”

Season 4 will start showing in theaters February 1, with a two-week run of the first three episodes. Episodes 4-6 will show for two weeks starting February 15, and the season’s last two episodes will be released February 29. 

A teaser trailer for the upcoming season shows clips of Jesus and his followers as they face increasing resistance and suspicion from others. 

“Clashing kingdoms. Rival rulers. The enemies of Jesus are closing in while His followers are struggling to keep up, leaving Him to carry the burden alone,” THE CHOSEN teased on Instagram.

“My followers won’t understand,” Jesus, played by Jonathan Roumie, says in the clip. “The son of man must suffer many things…I know it’s hard. Man makes it much harder when he leans on his own understanding.”

THE CHOSEN was one of a handful of shows that received a waiver from SAG-AFTRA to continue production and promotion amid the ongoing actors’ strike. 

“The Utah-shot series barely missed a beat, only having to film a day or two without cast,” Deadline reported

Movieguide® previously reported on THE CHOSEN’s fourth season:

During the live stream, Jonathan Roumie, who portrays Jesus in the series, joined Jenkins to answer some questions.

The duo was first asked how they felt now that filming has wrapped.

“I’m ready to be on a break,” Roumie said. “It’s been quite a ride this season.”

When asked how filming season 3 compared to season 4, “Jenkins said filming Season 3 was more difficult because they had to film in the fields for a long period of time,” MSN reported.

“Filming Season 4 was more intense and he predicted it would be the most impactful season spiritually and emotionally that THE CHOSEN has done so far,” he added.

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