The Chosen: Season 4 Streaming Release Date Confirmed for Sunday June 2

The Chosen

The Chosen, the popular faith-based series about the life of Jesus Christ, will release its fourth season on the show’s app from Sunday, June 2. Episodes will air weekly, with the first two episodes available from Sunday.

The announcement comes after a delay due to legal issues, which show creator Dallas Jenkins addressed in a livestream in April 2024. Jenkins expressed his frustration with the delay, stating, “No one is more upset about it than I am… We’re doing everything that we can to give Season 4 to you as early as we can, as cheaply as we can.”

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The Chosen first premiered in 2017 and has since gained a wide audience across various streaming platforms, including Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Peacock, and The CW. The series is notable for its innovative crowdfunding production model, which allowed it to continue filming during the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike.

Season 4 of The Chosen initially had a theatrical release, with episodes grouped into three batches that premiered in February 2024. The season will continue the story of Jesus (played by Jonathan Roumie) and his disciples, focusing on “the death of John the Baptist and the raising of Lazarus from the dead,” according to Jenkins.

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The show has received acclaim for its character-driven approach, presenting Jesus as a relatable figure with humanity and divinity. The fourth season is expected to be emotionally challenging, exploring the mounting tensions and conflicts faced by Jesus and his followers.

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