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The Chosen announces launch of Season 4


The Chosen, the groundbreaking drama about the life of Jesus (played by Jonathan Roumie) that has become one of the most-watched TV shows in the world, is returning to our screens for Season 4 in early 2024. Fans here will also have the chance to watch the first episodes of Season 4 in cinemas across the UK and Ireland.

"Every time we've dipped our toes in the theatrical waters, viewers have overwhelmingly told us they want more. 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," said The Chosen's creator and director, Dallas Jenkins.

The premiere episodes will also be released in cinemas in Latin America, Poland, Australia, and New Zealand. After the full-season run in cinemas concludes in the US, The Chosen will announce the debut across streaming platforms including The Chosen TV, mobile apps and TV.

What began as a pioneering crowd-funded project has now evolved into a global sensation with more than 10 million social media followers. Due to the efforts of the Come and See Foundation,The Chosen is also on track to be the most translated series in history. The first three seasons will soon be available in 50 languages with plans to subtitle in more than 600.

The Chosen is a testament to the power of independent production, with Dallas Jenkins serving as writer, director, and producer. Lionsgate is the show's global television distributor.

Watch the trailer on Youtube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_2eXnhrvyc&t=4s

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