The Chosen Season 4 Filming Wraps: It seems like the wait for seeing The Chosen Season 4 is about to end. The hit series “The Chosen” will treat viewers to a first look at a scene from its upcoming fourth season after filming wraps up.
“The Chosen” team announced that The Chosen Season 4 Filming Wraps and soon they will be sharing a behind-the-scenes look at the new season, the latest news come from via an email that was released on July 25.
They said, “Before we’re even done filming, Dallas already has a new scene to show you!”.
The fans will also see the new footage on a live stream which will be premiering on July 30. You can watch the footage on Facebook, YouTube, and The Chosen App.
The live stream will also include a Q&A with Jonathan Rumi, who is playing the leading role of Jesus on the show, some announcements, and discounted merchandise before the video is taken down at midnight.
This was announced after “The Chosen” was briefly influenced by the actor’s strike which started on Friday, July 14. The day before, Dallas Jenkins, the show’s producer, and director, explained to “The Chosen” that filming had to be put on hold due to a denial of permission. Discount before the strike.
However, after a break on Friday, the show was able to continue filming the following Monday after an exemption was granted as requested.
As reported by Church Leaders, “The Chosen” recently ranked third on Amazon Prime Video’s most-watched TV shows, trailing behind “The Summer I Turned Pretty” and “Jack Ryan.”
“The Chosen” had taken ranked third among Amazon Prime Video’s which are most-watched TV shows, behind “The Summer I Turned Pretty” and “Jack Ryan.” reported by Church Leaders.
The show wrote on July 25, “Whoa, #3 in the US on @PrimeVideo and still climbing,” added, “We’re coming for you, Jim. Er, Jack.”
The show tweeted on Twitter that “Did you ever imagine a Jesus show would be on the cover of TV Guide?” and “This feels historic. Get used to different, indeed. This points people to the airing of all three seasons on Sunday nights on The CW.”
Did you ever imagine a Jesus show would be on the cover of TV Guide? This feels historic. Get used to different, indeed. This points people to the airing of all three seasons on Sunday nights on The CW. #TheChosen pic.twitter.com/hSMIvRTx3c— The Chosen (@thechosentv) July 19, 2023
Despite its popularity, “The Chosen” has had many controversies, including allegations of being influenced by the teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The show faced criticism in May when a crew member displayed a pride flag on set.
Know Jenkins’s response to both issues
“We’ve made it clear from the beginning we don’t have a religious or political litmus test for who can work on our show,” he said regarding the Pride flag controversy. “I love our cast and crew, especially because even though they all come from different backgrounds and beliefs, they work their butts off for the show and the viewers. The show’s official stance on anything is to be found in the content of the show.'”
‘Is this plausible? Does this fit within the character of Jesus and the Gospels?’ And if so, we believe that we have the opportunity to fill in some gaps,” he said in an interview on “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast.”