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‘The Chosen’ Season 4 Has Been Picked Up by The CW! Find Out Where and When to Watch

The hit Biblical drama is back and ready to hit The CW for a fresh season

Season 4 of the hit Biblical drama series, The Chosen, has been picked up by The CW and its air dates have been announced. Although the season was initially released in theaters, the wait for the series to return to streaming has finally come to an end. Keep scrolling to learn all about the new season, where and when to watch and more.

‘The Chosen’ season 4 is coming to The CW

After seasons 1 through 3 were picked up by The CW one year ago, The Chosen became a part of the CW family, so it was no surprise that season 4 was picked up. The streaming dates for each episode were recently announced at the end of May, leaving fans in anticipation for only a short while until the first episode aired on June 2.

The show was created, written, directed and produced by Dallas Jenkins, who has shared his excitement for the upcoming season. “The wait is finally over,” Jenkins said. “The response from those who’ve seen season four in theaters was that this is our best season, so I can’t wait to deliver these episodes free and easy to the world … we’re now ready for our livestreams, which are going to be bonkers this year.”

What ‘The Chosen’ is about and what to expect in season 4

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‘The Chosen’ (2024)moviestillsdb.com/Loaves & Fishes Production

The hit historical drama is based on the life of Jesus Christ and those who knew him, including his initial disciples. Each episode is followed up with a discussion by the show’s Biblical consultants, as well as some of the cast.

As for what to expect in season 4, fans should be quite excited. This season, audiences can expect to see the clashing of kingdoms and rulers. The many enemies of Jesus are closing in on Him, and His followers are struggling to keep up.

With this, He is expected to carry the burden alone. But when religious leaders become tied with their Roman oppressors and Jesus’ opposition becomes violent, He is left with no choice but to call on his followers to rise up.

The series stars Jonathan Roumie as Jesus and Elizabeth Tabish as Mary Magdalene. Roumie shared the difficulties his character will face in the upcoming season. “Tensions are mounting in Season 4 and Jesus is dealing with not just tensions amongst his disciples, but among the authorities, the Roman authorities and the Jewish authorities.”

Roumie also shared that season 4 has been a difficult one to film. “Filming season four was probably one of the biggest challenges for us. The storyline itself is full of heavy, emotional grief and loss … for all of the disciples to experience throughout the season.”

‘The Chosen’ season 4 experienced delays

After season 3 of The Chosen, fans were eager for the next installment. But, unfortunately, season 4 was delayed due to legal issues between Angel Studios and Chosen Inc. But it seems there has been a resolution, as creator Dallas Jenkins has announced the arrival of season 4.

Where and when to watch season 4 of ‘The Chosen’

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Jonathan Roumie in ‘The Chosen’ (2024)moviestillsdb.com/Loaves & Fishes Production

After its stint in theaters, The Chosen is finally available for streaming and can be watched through multiple services. Fans of the series can find season 4 via The Chosen app or through BYUtv.

Prior seasons of The Chosen can be watched on multiple different streaming platforms including The CW, Hulu, or Amazon Prime. Season 1 is also available on Netflix.

After the premiere of season 4 aired on Sunday, June 2, episode 2 will be available for streaming on Thursday, June 6. Each subsequent episode will be available to watch on Sundays at 7:00 p.m. and Thursdays at 8:30 p.m.

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