Watch: The Chosen’s creators on Season 4’s big plot twist

Watch: The Chosen’s creators on Season 4’s big plot twist February 3, 2024

Dallas Jenkins directs Brandon Potter as Quintus on the set of The Chosen Season 4.

The Chosen Season 4: Episodes 1-3 is now in theatres, and fans are already reacting to some of the big (and occasionally shocking) plot twists. I had a chance to talk to series creator Dallas Jenkins and some of the show’s actors about this — and other aspects of the new season — just before the world premiere in Los Angeles a couple weeks ago.

Here is my interview with Jenkins; in the last two minutes, we talk about the Episode 3 climax:

I also spoke to Yasmine Al-Bustami (Ramah) and Brandon Potter (Quintus) …

… and Jonathan Roumie (Jesus) …

… and Abe Bueno-Jallad (Big James) and Vanessa Benavente (Mother Mary):

Benavente, incidentally, is the only actor I spoke to on this junket that I had interviewed before; you can watch that interview, which was done over Zoom in November 2022, here.

I also spoke briefly to co-stars Reza Diako (Philip), Alaa Safi (Simon the Zealot), and Elijah Alexander (Atticus) on the show’s “teal carpet”. You can listen to those soundbites here.

The Chosen Season 4: Episodes 1-3 is playing in theatres for the next two weeks. Episodes 4-6 will come to theatres February 15, and Episodes 7-8 on February 29.

The Chosen interviews:

The Chosen recaps:

The Chosen can be streamed via Angel Studios or the show’s app (Android | Apple).

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