'Chosen' Season 2 Trailer Debuts: 'It Pays to Know Bad People' (Exclusive Video)
The Crackle original series stars Milo Ventimiglia as a man who received a box containing a gun, a photo of a stranger and instructions to kill the person within three days.
Chosen is ready for round two.
The second season continues the story of the Mitchells, who in season 1 were drawn into a deadly game after Ian Mitchell (Milo Ventimiglia) received a box containing a gun, a photo of a stranger and instructions to kill the person within three days. It also delves into other characters who have received such boxes.
"Sometimes it pays to know bad people," Mitchell says in the trailer.
Season 2 of Chosen premieres Dec. 12 and consists of six half-hour episodes. The cast includes Chad Michael Murray (One Tree Hill) Nicky Whelan (Scrubs) and Brett Davern (Awkward) with new additions Sarah Roemer (Disturbia) and Brandon Routh (Superman Returns).
Chosen premiered in January 2013 and became Crackle's most watched original series.
Crackle, a unit of Sony Pictures Television, boasts 43 million viewers. Its original programming includes Cleaners, starring David Arquette and Gina Gershon; the feature Extraction, starring Danny Glover; and Jerry Seinfeld's Emmy-nominated Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Crackle's content is free to watch without a subscription.
Watch the first season of Chosen here.
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