Chosen Season 1

Release Date, Full Episodes

Chosen season 1 started airing on Friday, January 11, 2013. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S1E1 The Box

S1E2 The Hunters

S1E3 The Fixers

S1E4 The Watchers

S1E5 The Cavalry

most recent episode S1E6 The Way Out

How many episodes are in season 1 of Chosen?

The season consists of 6 episodes.

VIDEOS: TRAILERS, TEASERS, FEATURETTES

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79 Percent of Right-wingers Believe Jews Are the Chosen People. Are You for Real? - via Haaretz

Whereas belief in God is a private matter, the belief in a chosen people provides the outlines of policy that explains a great deal about Israel’s actions. When they say that they are the chosen people, it reveals their psychosis

NFL protest player Colin Kaepernick chosen by Nike as face of new campaign - via Telegraph

"Colin has been a Nike athlete since 2011," Nike spokeswoman Sandra Carreon-John said on Monday. "Colin is one of a number of athletes being featured as part of our 30th anniversary of Just Do It."

Colin Kaepernick Is Chosen For Nike's Anniversary 'Just Do It' Campaign - via Npr

With his decision two summers ago to not stand for the national anthem, Colin Kaepernick became the face of a protest movement in the NFL against racial injustice and police brutality. Now, the former quarterback has become a face of one of the most iconic advertising campaigns in the history of sports: Nike's "Just Do It" campaign.

The Chosen Wars review: study of American Jews reveals familiar schisms - via Theguardian

The Chosen Wars occasionally loses sight of relevant skirmishes within American Protestantism. Weisman does a deep dive on the battle waged from the pulpit on slavery and secession but makes no reference to its antecedents. In a sense, 19th-century Jews arrived late to that party.

Chosen One of the Day: Billy Zane in Dead Calm - via Syfy

But today is not about Billy Zane in Titanic. It is about Billy Zane in the 1989 thriller Dead Calm, in which he plays a psychopath who terrorizes a married couple (Nicole Kidman and Sam Neill) on the high seas. Specifically, it is about the way Billy Zane dies in Dead Calm, so if you're a spoilerphobe feel free to listen to Billy Zane saying "and I put the coat! On! Her!" on a loop for the next three minutes instead of reading the rest of this post.

Chosen follows Ian Mitchell -- a husband, father and lawyer -- who awakens one morning to discover a mysterious box on his doorstep containing a loaded gun and a photo of a stranger he must kill within the next three days. Ian quickly learns that if he doesn't kill this man, he may be killed himself along with his daughter who is being held hostage. Confused and desperate, Ian is transformed from an ordinary man into an unwilling assassin who must risk everything to protect his family.

Critics Reviews

    Defense attorney Ian Mitchell (Ventimiglia) one morning discovers on his doorstep an ornamented wooden box containing a gun, the photograph of a stranger—dentist Daniel Easton (Bader)—and a deadline by which he must kill Easton. Just as he’s picking the package up, someone starts shooting at him. He calls the cops, but the cops who arrive, led by Detective Inkster (Baker), act oddly—oddest of all, they leave the unregistered gun with him. At first Ian’s inclined just to blow the whole thing off, but then it becomes clear the lives of his daughter Ellie (Carmichael) and estranged wife Laura (Whelan) may be forfeit should he fail to fulfill his unsought contract. He discovers he’s been made one of the players in a lethal game run for their own entertainment by a mysterious decadent group called The Watchers—one of whose agents proves to be Laura’s studly new boyfriend Chris (Branson). In the game, hapless victims must murder seemingly randomly chosen others while at the same time being themselves targets; as fuel to keep the “chosen” participating, their loved ones are threatened and/or abducted—and indeed Ian’s daughter Ellie is taken from him by two thugs in the guise of LAPD cops. (The conspiracy-theory trope that the LAPD is up to its eyes in this recurs throughout.) <...> - by Noirish [John Grant/Season 1]

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