The Terminal List stands out as a successful action thriller series on Prime Video, featuring Chris Pratt in the lead role of James Reece, a Navy SEAL commander seeking vengeance for a military conspiracy that claimed the lives of his team and family.
Adapted from Jack Carr’s novel series, the show’s first season, which premiered in July 2022, achieved significant success, ranking as the top show on Prime Video and second on Nielsen’s streaming Top 10. Fans eagerly anticipate the confirmed renewal of the series for a second season in February 2023. Here’s a comprehensive update on The Terminal List Season 2.
While the release date for The Terminal List Season 2 remains unconfirmed, predictions based on the production timeline suggest a potential mid-late 2025 premiere on Prime Video.
The first season, announced in April 2020, commenced filming in March 2021 and was released in July 2022. However, the second season might encounter delays due to the global pandemic and industry strikes in 2023. Author and executive producer Jack Carr mentioned a three-month development pause, with a potential late 2024 filming start if the development resumes before the end of 2023.
The upcoming season, based on the second book, “True Believer,” will pick up from where the first season left off. James Reece, pursued by the CIA and FBI for his actions in the preceding season, embarks on a thrilling journey.
A mysterious benefactor offers him a chance at a new life in exchange for a perilous mission in Mozambique. There, Reece joins forces with former Special Operations soldiers to dismantle a ruthless warlord. As the plot unfolds, Reece discovers a deeper conspiracy intertwining his past with his present, forcing him to confront difficult choices about his future.
Chris Pratt is the sole confirmed cast member for The Terminal List Season 2, reprising his role as James Reece. Pratt, also an executive producer, expressed enthusiasm for the series, acknowledging the demanding nature of the first season. The rest of the cast is yet to be announced, but viewers can anticipate new faces and potentially returning characters from the first season.
In addition to Season 2, The Terminal List will introduce a prequel series, “The Terminal List: Dark Wolf,” focusing on Taylor Kitsch’s character, Ben Edwards. The prequel explores Edwards’ journey to becoming a CIA agent, his friendship with James Reece, and his involvement in the conspiracy preceding the first season.
Prime Video ordered the prequel series in January 2024, consisting of eight episodes. David DiGilio, the showrunner of the main series, will write and executive produce the prequel series, with Antoine Fuqua, Jack Carr, and Chris Pratt also serving as executive producers.
The Terminal List remains a popular and acclaimed series on Prime Video, promising more gripping adventures with James Reece and an ensemble of allies and enemies in Season 2 and the prequel series, expected to premiere in 2025. Stay tuned for further updates and news on The Terminal List.