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Chris Pratt’s the Terminal List Season 2 Has Been Renewed on Prime Video


Prime Video‘s action thriller series The Terminal List, starring Chris Pratt as Lieutenant Commander James Reece, has been renewed for a second season. The news is part of a new agreement that will allow Prime Video to grow the franchise, which will also include a new spinoff show starring Taylor Kitsch.

Pratt, along with David DiGilio and Antoine Fuqua, is also an executive producer on both the original programme and the future spinoff. The first season of the show had eight episodes and climbed to the top of the Nielsen streaming ratings chart when it debuted last summer.

The Terminal List, based on Jack Karr’s novel of the same name, follows Lieutenant Commander James Reece after he returns from a mission in which his Navy SEAL squad was ambushed. While investigating the surprise attack, he uncovers a hidden conspiracy against him, forcing him to choose between saving his life and defending those he cares about.

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Fuqua, who recently struck a deal to helm a Michael Jackson biopic, directed the streamer’s first episode. Pratt and the director previously collaborated on the 2016 picture The Magnificent Seven. Constance Wu, Arlo Mertz, and Riley Keough, who was just seen in the first trailer for another Prime Video production, Daisy Jones and The Six, all appeared in the first season of the successful action thriller.

 Chris Pratt's the Terminal List Season 2 Has Been Renewed on Prime Video

While no other primary cast members have been confirmed for the second season of the programme, Taylor Kitsch, who portrayed Ben Edwards in the first season, is now set to star in his own spinoff. According to Deadline, Pratt is expected to reprise his role as Reece in the future film.

Pratt has a busy year ahead of him since he will play Mario in the upcoming Super Mario Bros. Movie. The film, which is set to be released in theatres on April 7, will also feature the voices of Charlie Day, Jack Black, and Anya Taylor-Joy.

Pratt will also return as Peter Quill/Star-Lord in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 3 sequels. The third instalment in the trilogy, directed by James Gunn, will be the final adventure featuring the incarnation of the crew that was first presented in the original film back in 2014.

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The Terminal List episodes are now available to watch on Prime Video.

The Terminal List Season 1 Review

In addition, perhaps most importantly, this a very solid, well-made, cast, acted, written and directed series. I am aware that it is based on the books by James Carr (I’m assuming this series will get more seasons), which I have not read.

It speaks to the effectiveness of the series, that it draws those like myself, who have not read the source material, to this world and characters. Of special mention is the pilot/ first episode, directed by Antoine Fuqua himself, who puts on a clinic on how to properly start a show and set the tone.

Chris Pratt is no doubt a standout here but by no means the only one. Taylor Kitsch, Constance Wu, JD Pardo, Riley Keough, Jane Tripplehorn, and Jay Courtney are all good in their respective roles, as are others not mentioned here. The cinematography, action sequences, the music also nicely round off the whole deal.

The Terminal List Season 1 Rating

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