Terminal List fans have been expressing their excitement for a second season ever since the first one dropped on Prime Video in July. Now, Chris Pratt has provided a promising update on a possible follow-up.
While appearing as a guest on Danger Close (opens in a new tab), the Ironclad podcast series hosted by The Terminal List author Jack Carr, Marvel star assured eager viewers that they “have nothing to worry about” when it comes to new episodes. He continued, “We love you and appreciate your support. It’s our life’s mission to make sure you can get back in the pit. We’re working.”
“There may be some exciting things on the horizon that are being discussed,” Carr added, suggesting a revamp of some sort could be announced in the near future.
Also starring Jai Courtney, Taylor Kitsch and Constance Wu, The Terminal List follows James Reece (Pratt), a Navy SEAL who is forced to return home when one of his platoon’s covert missions goes awry. As he struggles to remember exactly what happened, Reece begins to question his own guilt. But when new evidence comes to light, he discovers there could be a larger conspiracy at play, and his inadvertent involvement not only puts him in danger, but his loved ones as well.
It’s a star-studded affair, with the likes of Christina Vidal, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Sean Gunn and Riley Keough rounding out the supporting cast. Despite receiving mixed reviews upon its release and earning just 39% on Rotten Tomatoes, the series was ranked #2 on Nielsen’s Top 10 Streaming list and is said to have amassed 1.6 billion minutes of viewing on its 2019 release. eight episodes.
“We didn’t do it for the critics,” Carr previously told Fox News. (opens in a new tab). “What’s important to me and Chris Pratt was that we did something that would speak to members of the military who’ve come down in rank over the last 20 years so they could sit back and say, ‘These guys went the extra mile and made a show that speaks to me.’
“There’s no ‘waking up’ or ‘anti-waking up,’ but just because there’s not this ‘waking up’ thing that gets into it, then it’s perceived, at least by critics, as not furthering their agenda, for what they are going to hate.”
The terminal list is available to stream now on Prime Video. If you’ve already seen it, take a look at our roundup of the best shows on Amazon Prime for inspiration.