Fans of The Chosen just received a surprise gift that will keep them busy all month long

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Hollywood’s major movie studios are struggling to put fannies in the seats as they continue to roll out one woke film after another. 

But recently faith-based films have been surprising hits and perhaps none more so than The Chosen. 

And fans of The Chosen just received one surprise gift that will keep them busy all month long.

Hollywood refuses to listen to its audience

Woke Hollywood is failing.

And it’s not just failing society – it’s failing at the box office, as well.

For example, since the Marvel Cinematic Universe decided to base its entire franchise on allegiance to Democrats’ woke identity politics agenda, Disney has simply turned out flop after flop.

Iconic characters like Indiana Jones have been replaced in favor of checking woke identity politics boxes, and audiences decided to stay home. 

The latest installment of Ghostbusters decided to base the entire movie around a lesbian love story instead of fighting ghosts, and it bombed at the box office.

Meanwhile, family-friendly and faith-based movies are entertaining fans and succeeding on the big screen at the same time.

From Arthur the King and Sound of Freedom to Jesus Revolution, Unsung Hero and Ordinary Angels, audiences are voting with their wallets.

They’re voting against woke indoctrination, and in favor of shows and movies like The Chosen

Big update on The Chosen season four 

The Chosen is a viewing experience like no other. 

For the first three seasons, the show streamed free on livestream and The Chosen App, and was later added to streaming platforms like Peacock. 

However, the show’s creator, Dallas Jenkins, recently broke away from Angel Studios – which also produced Sound of Freedom – over a difference of opinions on the series’ future direction.

For that reason, the series’ most recent season aired week-by-week in cinemas throughout February and March.

Fans of the show enjoyed seeing the life of Jesus Christ play out on the big screen. 

Jenkins was pleased with the turnout and said he hopes to bring future seasons of The Chosen to movie theaters.  

However, not all of the program’s regular viewers were able to find a participating theater nearby. 

And those fans have been waiting patiently for season four to make its way to streaming. 

Now, the wait is over. 

When and where to watch The Chosen season four 

Jenkins surprised his followers with a YouTube post late last week in which he revealed that season four of The Chosen would stream on The Chosen App with episodes debuting throughout the month of June. 

And the surprises continued when Jenkins revealed episode one would be made available on June 2 – this past weekend. 

That means, this month Christians have a choice. 

They can go to “Pride”  parades and celebrate “LGBTQQIP2SAA+ voices” like Netflix and Max want them too, or they can watch the next chapter of the life of Jesus and his disciples play out on screen. 

“To be clear, if you want to watch The Chosen season four over the next month, you either need to watch our livestreams, watch it via streaming on The Chosen App, or order our Season 4 DVD in our gift store, which will allow you to binge all eight episodes at once,” Jenkins announced. 

Jenkins was also kind enough to release the entire streaming schedule. 

Episode one aired this past weekend. 

Episode 2 will stream June 6 at 8:30 pm ET, followed by Episode 3 on June 9, at 7 p.m. ET, Episode 4 on June 13, at 8:30 pm ET, Episode 5 on June 16, at 7 p.m. ET, Episode 6 on June 20, at 8:30 pm ET, Episode 7 on June 23, at 7 p.m. ET.   

And the season finale of The Chosen season four will be available on Thursday June 27 starting at 8:30 pm ET. 

US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.