Jesus gives a sermon that turns the world upside down, and all 12 disciples are ready to follow him to the ends of the earth.
Episodes 1 & 2 of Season Three pick up where we left off, and in this unique theatrical experience, launch the most emotional and consequential season of The Chosen to date.
"The success of the series is a powerful reminder to Hollywood that faith-focused projects can sometimes become breakthrough hits."
– John Jurgensen
Take it from a critic and a Christian with an aversion to Christian entertainment: The show is good.
– Chris DeVille
Groups of 25 or more can purchase starting October 18th, 2022.
Individual ticket sales begin on October 25th, 2022.
Together, Episodes 1 & 2 are 2 hours and 4 minutes long.
Of course! The show will always be free for everyone around the world. Episodes begin streaming before Christmas — more details to come.
As many as you would like. Theaters have limits on how many tickets can be bought at once, but there is no actual limit. If you would like to bring a large group of 25 or more, contact our group sales team here.
Each theater dictates its own pricing so you will need to look up how much the theater nearest you is charging.
All refunds must go through the theater. Fathom or The Chosen do not have any say when it comes to transactions. All policy is dictated at the local theater level.
It's possible. We are continuing to add theaters. You're welcome to check back in with your theater to see if any times are added.
We recommend parental guidance. However, if you're comfortable with what you've seen on The Chosen so far, it's likely you'll be fine with the Season 3 premiere of episodes 1 and 2 playing in the theaters.
Yes, if you want to bring it to your church, contact the Faith Content Network here. If you want to bring it to a theater near you, please contact us with the name of the theater and how many people you expect to come.
Releasing Season 3 in theaters is #1 a great opportunity for a group experience with other Chosen fans and #2 a great opportunity to get the word out about the show. Any profits are put towards future production after expenses and revenue sharing with partners, but it's not the primary reason we're in theaters. We are excited about another theatrical release since fans responded so strongly to our Christmas special.