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Here's Where You Can Watch Every Episode Of The Chosen

The religious drama "The Chosen" portrays the life of Jesus, played by Jonathan Roumie, as presented by filmmaker Dallas Jenkins. The series has enjoyed widespread success since its pilot debuted on Christmas Eve in 2017.

"The Chosen" looks at a number of very specific arcs of Christ's journey, such as the gathering of his disciples in Season 1, as well as the initial impact of his teachings in Season 2. This approach makes "The Chosen" a fairly significant series — it is, essentially, the first multi-seasonal televised dramatization of Christ's life — and this isn't the only way the show has distinguished itself. In fact, according to The Hollywood Reporter, "The Chosen" has become the most successful crowdfunded TV show of all time. This remarkable achievement resulted from a campaign that promised equity for investors as opposed to the typical perks like merch or advance tickets.

However, on the other hand, this unique funding structure has led to some nontraditional viewing outlets for the show, and this means that anyone who might be wanting to follow this retelling of the story of Christ may need to investigate some new services. With that said, here is how you can watch every episode of "The Chosen."

Viewers can catch up on The Chosen on YouTube or the show's official app

"The Chosen" is not available through any major streaming services, such as Netflix, Hulu, or Disney+, or HBO Max. However, the show is available in full at multiple locations, so fans of the program do have some options.

For instance, the show is available in its entirety from the production company behind "The Chosen," Angel Studios. There, fans can find every single episode produced so far, as well as information for funding future seasons. Angel Studios also has links to the free app for "The Chosen," which allows viewers to view all episodes with a quick download from either the Apple Store or Google Play.

In addition, the show is available for free through BYUtv, the online component of the cable channel operated by Brigham Young University. Fans can also see the entirety of "The Chosen" on VidAngel, a streaming service that includes an option to eliminate any content that viewers might find offensive, although it does require an account. 

Finally, it's worth noting that most of the episodes of "The Chosen" are available on its YouTube channel, but with a catch — they are often grouped in unclear categories. This may make it harder to watch every episode back to back than through the show's other distribution options.