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The Chosen Season 4 Available for Streaming—‘Finally’

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The TV series had to wait months to go up online due to a legal dispute with its former partner Angel Studios over content licensing.

After months of delay and a legal dispute, the first episode of The Chosen, Season Four, will drop on the show’s app at 7 p.m. Eastern on Sunday.

“The wait is finally over. The response from those who’ve seen Season 4 in theaters was that this is our best season, so I can’t wait to deliver these episodes free and easy to the world,” said Dallas Jenkins, the creator, producer, and director of the wildly popular TV series on Jesus’ life, in a press release Wednesday.

Jenkins first announced the stalling of Season Four to the app in early March, citing legal matters as reason for the delay. The season had premiered in theaters in February 2024, and after the delay was announced, all eight episodes were released in theaters the week of Easter at a discounted price.

The Chosen will release two new episodes a week on the app through the month of June, on Sundays and Thursdays. Season Four DVDs, Jenkins said, are also shipping out, allowing viewers to watch all eight episodes at once.

The legal dispute behind the delay involved The Chosen LLC, a company that now has 65 full-time employees, and its onetime partner Angel Studios, a media company based in Provo, Utah.

While Angel Studios—which was also behind the 2023 Christian thriller Sound of Freedom, which grossed over $250 million at the box office—was initially responsible for the primary distribution of the show, “that is no longer the case,” Jenkins told Religion News Service in an interview on May 21.

Jenkins said The Chosen LLC and Angel Studios had “different ideas of how to interpret both the contract and what’s going to sustain us in our future.” Ultimately, he said, the …

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