The Chosen Season 4 coming to Australia
Exclusive screenings of the global phenomenon’s next instalment
The Chosen, the global sensation about the life of Jesus and his disciples, is finally back. The Chosen Season 4 continues the dramatic depiction of Jesus’ life, with the new season being described as emotionally charged.
With more than 500,000 views this year in Australia alone, the streaming-TV show has announced plans for an exclusive premiere release in over 100 cinemas across Australia, New Zealand and Fiji, starting February 1, 2024.
“Viewers have overwhelmingly told us they want more.” – Dallas Jenkins
“Every time we’ve dipped our toes in the theatrical waters, viewers have overwhelmingly told us they want more,” said The Chosen‘s creator and director, Dallas Jenkins. “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 on a big screen with others they can laugh and cry with.”
The premiere was recently announced to thousands of fans at The Chosen Insiders Conference in Dallas, Texas. Now viewers who were captivated by the emotional walking on water finale of Season 3 can pick up where the show left off.
The Chosen Season 4
Clashing kingdoms. Rival Rulers. The enemies of Jesus close in while his followers struggle to keep up, leaving him to carry the burden alone. Preview this dramatic retelling of the most powerful story in history with The Chosen Season 4 trailer, which was the #3 trending video on YouTube after its release.
Beginning in 2017 as a pioneering crowd-funded project, this groundbreaking historical drama has become one of the most-watched shows worldwide, with more than 10 million social media followers. Due to the efforts of the Come and See Foundation, The Chosen is on pace 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.
“I didn’t want to do Christian movies.” – Dallas Jenkins
In the meantime…
While we wait for February, why not get a group together to catch up on (or rewatch) the first three seasons?
Season One introduced Jesus and his initial disciples. Season Two showed him continuing to build his group of followers, facing difficulties and opportunities, while his preaching and healing ministry began to spread. Season Three presents Jesus as a profoundly compelling figure amid growing hostility from political and religious leaders.
In the early days of The Chosen‘s shocking success, director Dallas Jenkins told Eternity how he used to cringe at the idea of making Christian films until God changed his mind and enabled The Chosen with some ‘impossible math’. Years later, millions of fans are thankful that Jenkins took on the task.