After winning the hearts of many worldwide, Chris Pratt will be back for more thrills and drama since Prime Video has renewed The Terminal List for a second season. In April 2020, various sources revealed that an action show led by Chris Pratt was developing and searching for a reliable distributor.
Prime Video acquired the series a month later with Amazon Studios as part of the production team. The Terminal List launched its first season on the streamer in July 2022 with eight episodes.
The series managed 7.9/10 stars on IMDb, a 94% average audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, and a 40% on TV Guide.
On Thursday, February 2nd, 2023, Prime Video renewed the series for season two alongside a prequel, which is yet to be titled, as revealed by the series’ main Twitter account.
More Details Concerning ‘The Terminal List’
Taylor Kitsch, a star in the series, mentioned the renewal in a statement. “Thank you to all fans for believing in this series. We wouldn’t be here without your unmatched support. I’m excited to continue this wild journey that is Ben Edwards and bring back Carr’s incredible stories.”
The Terminal List is based on Jack Carr’s 2018 book of the same title, focusing on James Reece, a Lieutenant Commander, after his unit of Navy SEALs is attacked while on a mission. James is forced to return to his family with doubts about his strength and conflicting memories from the war. As days proceed, new evidence arises, putting his life and loved ones in danger.
The recently announced prequel is set to tell Ben Edward’s (Taylor Kitsch) journey from a Navy SEAL to a CIA operative. Chris Pratt will also appear as Edward’s friend alongside Jared Show in the series. The prequel will be co-created by David DiGilio and Jack Carr, chief producing alongside Patt, Kitsch, and Indivisible Productions.
Who Created ‘The Terminal List’?
The Terminal List is created by David DiGilio, and chiefly produced by Chriss Pratt, David Auge, Daniel Shattuck, Jon Schumacher, Jack Carr, and Antoine Fuqua.
The series is a co-accomplishment of Amazon Studios, MRC Television, Civic Center Media, DiGilio Films, Fuqua Films, and Indivisible Productions with producers Max Adams, Ronald Cosmo, and Kat Samick.
Who Will Be Returning in ‘The Terminal List’ Season Two?
The recently renewed season will bring back the star performance of Chris Pratt (LCDR. James Reece), Taylor Kitsch (Ben Edwards), Jeanne Tripplehorn (Lorraine Hartley), Arlo Mertz (Lucy Reece), Riley Keough (Lauren Reece), and Constance Wu (Katie Buranek).
Prime Video is yet to reveal when The Terminal List season two will premiere; however, the first season is still available on the streamer. Here's the trailer below.