Chris Pratt’s fans can rejoice as his hit series The Terminal List has been renewed for a second season by Amazon Prime Studios. Chris Pratt is set to return in The Terminal List season 2 to portray Lieutenant Commander James Reece, as reported by Deadline.
The outlet also reported that the show is getting the prequel treatment with a series that is currently in development. The outlet further reported that the performer was heavily involved in the discussions to renew The Terminal List for a second season and suggested the development of a prequel series. The media outlet reported that the upcoming show will be centred on Ben Edwards, who was portrayed by Taylor Kitsch in the program’s first season.
The prequel series will follow Edwards ‘journey from Navy SEAL to CIA paramilitary operator, exploring the true darker side of warfare and the human cost that comes with it.’ Meanwhile, the Amazon Prime series The Terminal List is based on Jack Carr’s debut novel of the same name, which was published in 2018. The show is centred on Reece, who previously commanded a platoon of Navy SEALs that was wiped out during an ambush.
After returning home, the character begins to learn more details about the incident and becomes the target of various shadowy forces targeting both him and his loved ones. Alongside Chris Pratt, the series features an ensemble cast including Constance Wu, Riley Keough and Jai Courtney.
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Development on the series was first announced back in 2020 when Pratt was first revealed to have been involved with the project. The Terminal List made its debut on the Amazon Prime Video streaming service this past July and was an immediate hit with audiences. Apart from the renewal, other details of the upcoming season have been kept under tight wraps.