The Chosen Premiere! Noah James Talks Apostles, His Connection to Andrew, and Season 3

The Chosen is at a theatre near you! That’s right, the global phenomenon, multi-episode television drama based on the life of Jesus launches the first two episodes of its highly anticipated third season in more than 2,000 movie theaters across the United States. Beginning tonight, November 18 and running for 5 days, with a possible extension, you can see The Chosen on the big screen.

Risen flew to Atlanta for the Season 3 Premiere at the Fox Theatre and caught up with the cast, filmmakers and VIP friends of the series. Apostle Andrew, played by Noah James, shares his connection to the character as well what to expect this season.

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The Chosen tickets are on sale now. Click here for a complete list of theaters and you can also watch the first two seasons for free on the app

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