Chris Pratt is returning as the rogue military man James Reece for a second season of ‘The Terminal List,’ which has been confirmed to be based on author Jack Carr’s novel ‘True Believer.’ Not only that, but Taylor Kitsch is returning as his former ally Ben Edwards for a prequel.
The ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ star confirmed the renewal on social media.
“I’m excited to announce that the second season of The Terminal List is on its way, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to reprise my role as James Reece,” he said on Instagram. “This season promises to be even more intense and action-packed than the first, and I can’t wait for everyone to see it. And for those who are fans of Taylor Kitsch’s Ben Edwards, I’m happy to say that we’re also working on a spinoff series that will delve deeper into his story and follow his journey from a Navy SEAL to a CIA operative. And to make it even more exciting, I will also be appearing in this prequel series! I promise you it will be just as thrilling and engaging as The Terminal List. Stay tuned for more updates and we can’t wait for you all to join us on this journey.”
The first season of ‘The Terminal List’ was based on a 2018 action-thriller novel by Jack Carr, who has released several books in the series based on James Reece. It aired eight episodes in 2022.
Kitsch also expressed his excitement for the renewal saying in a statement, “Thank you to all the fans for believing in this show, we wouldn’t be here without your support. I’m excited to continue this wild ride that is Ben Edwards and bring to life Jack Carr’s amazing stories.”
Amazon Studios has not revealed a release date but noted that it will once again stream to Prime Video.
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