The streaming platform Amazon Prime Video has released the official teaser trailer and the poster of the new TV series starring Chris Pratt: The Terminal List. All the eight episodes will be available starting July 1st.
The TV series is based on the best-selling novel of the same name by writer Jack Carr. In particular, The Terminal List follows the story of James Reece (Chris Pratt), after his entire Navy SEAL battalion was decimated in an ambush during a high-risk covert mission. James Reece is the only survivor, but when he returns home he is torn, has confused and fragmentary memories and wonders many questions about his guilt. However, when some evidence comes out, Reece discovers that dark forces are working against himendangering not only his life, but also that of the people he loves.
Chris Pratt is James Reece, the protagonist of the tv series. In addition to him, the cast also includes Constance Wu (Katie Buranek), Taylor Kitsch (Ben Edwards), Jeanne Tripplehorn (Lorraine Hartley), Riley Keough (Lauren Reece), Arlo Mertz (Lucy Reece), Jai Courtney (Steven Horn), JD Pardo (Tony Liddel), Patrick Schwarzenegger (Donny Mitchell), LaMonica Garrett (Commander Fox), Stephen Bishop, Sean Gunn, Tyner Rushing, Jared Shaw (Ernest “Boozer” Vickers), Christina Vidal (Mac Wilson), Nick Chinlund, Matthew Rauch (Captain Howard), Warren Kole and Alexis Louder (Nicole Deptul). The Terminal ListTV series based on the novel of the same name by Jack Carr, was written by Max Adams, Tolu Awosika, Lisa Long, Olumide Odebunmi and Hennah Sekandary, while directing is Antoine Fuqua and Ellen Kuras. Executive producers are Chris Pratt, Antoine Fuqua and David DiGilio, while the production companies involved are Indivisible Productions, Fuqua Films, Civic Center Media, MRC Television and Amazon Studios. Filming of the TV series, already announced as being developed in April 2020, began on March 9, 2021. On May 10, the first official images of the project were released and the debut is scheduled for Amazon Prime Video on 1. July 2022.