The Chosen Season 4 Cast Release Trailer: In faith-based TV, few have captured viewers’ hearts and garnered critics’ acclaim quite like The Chosen. This historical drama stands out from other biblically inspired projects due to its character-driven approach to the presentation of Jesus (portrayed by Jonathan Roumie) as a complex and multifaceted individual rather than solely focusing on his divinity.
The Chosen Season 4 Cast Release Trailer
In faith-based TV, few have captured viewers’ hearts and garnered critics’ acclaim quite like The Chosen. This historical drama stands out from other biblically inspired projects due to its character-driven approach to the presentation of Jesus (portrayed by Jonathan Roumie) as a complex and multifaceted individual rather than solely focusing on his divinity.
What is the Release Date of ‘The Chosen’ Season 4?
The Chosen Season 4 premiere will be released on February 1, 2024. Fans will be able to watch the entire season on the big screen as the series hits theaters. Following this, episodes 4-6 will grace the screens from February 15, and episodes 7-8 will be screened from February 28 onwards.
In line with its mission to share its message with a broader audience, and thanks to its crowdfunding approach, The Chosen is entirely free to watch. The series can be streamed directly through The Chosen‘s official website or the dedicated app.
For those who prefer the convenience of their existing streaming platforms, The Chosen offers options for every type of viewer. Prime Video provides access to all three seasons.
Is There a Trailer for ‘The Chosen’ Season 4
No official trailer has been released yet for The Chosen Season 4. However, there is lots of promotional material on The Chosen’s YouTube that teases viewers what’s to come.
In a first look at the Season 4 video, audiences get a taste of the more personal, daily moments of the disciples washing in a river and a sneak peek of the set where an execution will take place.
When Did ‘The Chosen’ Season 4 film?
Season 4 filming is now wrapped, having begun production in March 2023. Filming was completed in July 2023 as The Chosen was one of the few TV shows to continue filming amid the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes.
The unions gave this production a coveted waiver as it is an indie production fully financed by crowdfunding and angel investors. Though it does employ SAG actors, it has no association with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP).
After an announcement that the waiver was secured, Season 4 filming continued in Midlothian, Texas, and wrapped on schedule.
Who is Behind ‘The Chosen’ Season 4?
The Chosen Season 4 continues to be spearheaded by creator, director, and co-writer Dallas Jenkins. Jenkins began his career in faith-based storytelling by directing projects such as Midnight Clear and What If… before making his mark with The Resurrection of Gavin Stone. Continuing the family legacy of religious storytelling, Jenkins is the son of renowned author Jerry B. Jenkins, known for co-authoring the Left Behind series.
Joining him is producer and co-writer Ryan Swanson, who, after a varied career in the film industry, has been a guiding force in all the show’s 26 episodes since its first season in 2019.
Who Are the Cast of ‘The Chosen’ Season 4?
Taking on the role of Jesus is no easy task. Still, actor Jonathan Roumie (known for his leading role in Jesus Revolution) has received much acclaim for his portrayal, infusing the character with relatability and humanity. This is a thinking, feeling Jesus who cracks jokes and has doubts, just like the rest of us. He still possesses an apparent divinity, but it does not separate him from other men. Instead, he and his disciples come together in a tight ensemble of characters who have evolved from their biblical counterparts from over 2000 years ago while maintaining accuracy to scripture.
Simon Peter, a depiction of the impulsive yet devoted disciple, is portrayed by Shahar Isaac, known for his recurring role in the popular political drama series Madam Secretary. Elizabeth Tabish stars as Mary Magdalene, the embodiment of redemption as she begins a troubled woman who finds forgiveness and becomes an integral part of Jesus’s inner circle.
What Happened Previously on ‘The Chosen’ Season 3?
During the third season, the burgeoning ministry of Jesus and his disciples becomes increasingly strained as they grapple with new challenges. Confronted by heightened opposition from Jewish and Roman authorities and internal conflicts among themselves, the very foundation of Jesus’ mission seems at risk. The narrative takes a turn as Jesus and his disciples embark on a mission to prevent disturbances and upheaval caused by the impact of Jesus’ teachings.
Season 3 spotlighted Simon Peter, whose seemingly unwavering faith faces a formidable test after his wife, Eden, experiences the pain of miscarriage. The stage is set with the backdrop of Purim celebrations, commemorating Israel’s deliverance from Haman’s malevolence in the Book of Esther. Amid the festivities, Simon Peter’s heart is heavy, riddled with anger at God for Eden’s loss. As this personal struggle ensues, Philip and Andrew return from their mission to the eastern part of Galilee, a region marked by discord between the Jewish and Gentile communities. Their preaching has stirred unrest, prompting Jesus to address the situation.
The apostles’ anticipation heightens as they await Jesus’s return, eager to resume their ministry. However, tensions mount as challenges arise, culminating in a mission that reveals the fundamental role of each disciple. With the return of Jesus and the apostles, a resounding transformation occurs. A crowd gathers as Jesus delivers his teachings, attracting thousands.
The Season 3 finale features some massive moments, with the feast of 5000 and the miracle of Jesus walking on water all happening over the course of one episode. Though it is not confirmed where Season 4 picks up, the aftermath of these events will inevitably shape the course of the Season.
What Will Happen in ‘The Chosen’ Season 4?
Not many details regarding the plot of season 4 have been released, but in a YouTube video on their official channel, series creator Dallas Jenkins has said that this season will be more emotionally challenging than the series has ever been:
‘It doesn’t fit into one bible verse but there’s a lot of the disciples now really starting to wonder where is this going. There is a lot of finding your place and so much weight this season.”
One key event in Season 4 will be the death of John the Baptist (played by David Amito). Not only does this mark the loss of a prophetic proclaimer of God’s message, but it also marks the death of Jesus’s friend. With religious opposition growing, the threat to Jesus’s disciples has become a reality, with John’s demise foreshadowing Jesus’s own fate.
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