Where to watch The Chosen season 2: The TV series about Jesus Christ

Olivia Olphin April 7, 2021

Many fans are wondering where to watch The Chosen season 2. We let you know exactly where you can watch the TV drama based on the life of Jesus Christ.

What is The Chosen?

The Chosen is a TV series that follows the life and trials of Jesus Christ. The show is financed completely through crowdfunding and is one of the largest ever crowdfunded entertainment projects.

The Chosen has raised over $10 million dollars to fund its production and marketing. The series is currently at $1,664,891 out of its $1,875,000 goal to finance season 3 episode 2.

Series creator Dallas Jenkins has said that the show is unique because:

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“If you want to watch this show, you don’t have to sort through a bunch of other shows on another streaming service, you can literally just get our show. And that’s what I think could be the future.”

Where to watch The Chosen season 2

Many fans of the show are wondering: is season 2 of the chosen out yet?

Season 2 of The Chosen premiered on Easter Sunday at 8:00 ET on a livestream. However, if you missed the stream, do not worry, you can access series 1 and 2 of The Chosen on your phone.

The Chosen is completely free. You simply go to where you usually download apps for you phone, for example the App Store or Google Play Store, and download The Chosen app.

All episodes from season 1 and 2 are on the app. There are 8 episodes in each season.

If you want to watch the show on your TV you simply connect your phone to your TV, for example through Apple TV, Chromecast, or Android TV. In the corner of the app is the Cast button and this will link the app to your smart TV.

There are also opportunities to pay it forward on the app, this helps to creature future seasons of the show and to translate it into different languages.

The chosen currently has over 107 million views and the project is only going to keep growing.

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Olivia Olphin is an English Literature graduate and a film and literature fanatic. She has many years of reviewing experience, recently working as accredited press for the London Film Festival. She has also written widely about culture and sex education, as well as LGBTQ+ and women's issues.