The Terminal List, a new espionage drama, will appear on Amazon Prime Video on July 1. The suspenseful film, which stars Chris Pratt (Jurassic World), is an adaptation of the same-titled Jack Carr novel. It centres on James Reese, a Navy SEAL who loses his entire unit in an attack before returning home as the lone survivor.
James finally discovers a sneaky network of rivals and purported allies putting his family in jeopardy. The Terminal List undoubtedly contains enough bloodshed and shooting to last for a single season, but might a follow-up be in the works?
When is The Terminal List season 2 likely to premiere?
There’s obviously room for more of the tale to be told, so let’s hope there will be interest in season two.
Reece killed everyone who was responsible for the deaths of his family and troop when we last saw him sailing away in peace. While the issue of vengeance has been resolved, he still needs to deal with the deadly brain tumour that was a factor at the beginning of this awful sequence of events.
You would have every reason to think this is a short season given the death sentence he received in season one.
You shouldn’t give up hope, though, if you’re itching to see more of Chris Pratt in this grimy thriller. Also interested in the Guardians of the Galaxy actor.
The actor who played the devastated Navy SEAL said in an interview regarding a follow-up series:
Well, Jack Carr has produced five outstanding novels.
“He is a rather prolific writer, and all of his books are among the best-selling titles according to the New York Times. To continue it, in my opinion, would be terrific.”
Five novels surely suggest that there is still more to be revealed, so we’ll cross our fingers and hope for more news soon!
Who will return in The Terminal List season 2?
Given that Reece murdered 95% of the actors, it is a significantly difficult subject.
Of course, we’d anticipate Chris Pratt to return as James Reece, an ex-Navy SEAL.
Constance Wu did a fantastic job portraying the brave journalist Katie Buranek, so perhaps we’ll see her again.
More of a stretch is Taylor Kitsch. It was moving to see the fraternal relationship between his character Ben and Reece develop. However, his treachery and participation in the cover-up resulted in several fatalities When Reece finally caught up with him, he demanded retribution.
Reece appears to have shot and murdered his best buddy, but since it happened off-screen, it’s conceivable that he didn’t truly bleed to death and may yet make a comeback. Crossing fingers. We cherished him!
More probable outcomes include JD Pardo’s portrayal of FBI agent Tony Liddle and Christina Vidal’s portrayal of Mac Wilson, Liddle’s colleague.
What will the season two plot of The Terminal List be?
One of the five books in the James Reece series provides the inspiration for The Terminal List. Carr has authored four further books since publishing the first one in 2018: True Believer (2019), Savage Son (2020), The Devil’s Hand (2021), and In the Blood (2022). True Believer would probably be the next adaption if the show were to be renewed for another season.
After the events in The Terminal List, Reece is followed in the follow-up book. Reece, who is now one of the most sought domestic terrorists in America, makes his public debut in Mozambique after taking refuge there with the family of a slain colleague.
A former Iraqi commando operating in the dark corners of Europe orchestrates a series of operations that plunge the entire world into meltdown. Reece is sent on a warpath throughout the world when government officials give him the assignment of locating and bringing in the Iraqi operator in return for immunity.
When can I view the second season trailer for The Terminal List?
Our prediction is not soon, which is reasonable. Season one of the show is still being watched by certain individuals. Keep checking in as usual. Any information we learn about the development of the programme will be shared with you. Here is the first season’s trailer for your viewing pleasure for the time being.