Popular streaming series “The Chosen,”, has unveiled the official trailer for Season 4 and announced that tickets are now on sale for its theatrical release. This marks the first time that all episodes of a full season of a TV series will debut exclusively in theaters. The theatrical release of Season 4 is distributed by Fathom Events.
The Season 4 trailer gives viewers a glimpse into the upcoming season, showcasing clashing kingdoms, rival rulers, and the growing opposition faced by Jesus and His followers. As the enemies of Jesus close in, His followers struggle to keep up, leaving Him to carry the burden alone. The religious leaders, threatened by Jesus’ influence, make the unthinkable decision to ally with their Roman oppressors. As betrayal looms and opposition turns violent, Jesus demands that His followers rise up.
The theatrical rollout of Season 4 will begin with a two-week run of Episodes 1-3 on February 1, 2024. This will be followed by Episodes 4-6 starting on February 15, and Episodes 7-8 beginning on February 29, all via Fathom Events in the U.S. and Canada. The premiere episodes will also be released in theaters in LATAM, the UK, Poland, Australia, and New Zealand through a consortium of distributors. After the full-season run in theaters concludes, The Chosen will announce the debut across streaming and linear TV platforms, as well as The Chosen TV and mobile apps.
“The Chosen” has become a cultural phenomenon, garnering impressive performance across streaming platforms such as Peacock, Netflix, and Amazon Prime, where it ranks as one of the top series of 2023. The series has also achieved top ratings weekly domestically on The CW.
The Chosen began as a pioneering crowd-funded project and has evolved into a global sensation with over 770 million episode views. Thanks to the efforts of the Come and See Foundation, The Chosen is on track to become the most translated series in history, with plans to make the first three seasons available in 50 languages and subtitle them in over 600 languages.
Dallas Jenkins, the creator, director, and producer of The Chosen, expressed excitement about the theatrical release, stating, “Last year we dipped our toes in the water by releasing a few episodes in theaters. The response was so strong, and Season Four is so big, that we knew we and Fathom had to give viewers the theatrical experience for all eight episodes.”
Tickets for The Chosen Season 4’s theatrical release can be purchased at www.TheChosenRiseup.com.