The successful The Terminal List will have a second season and we know what book it will be based on | we are xbox
What was an open secret has ended up being confirmed: The Terminal List will have a second season. The series starring Chris Pratt and produced by Amazon had eight episodes in its first season, becoming a success; so much so that it managed to sneak into the Top 10 of the Nielsen List last summer, managing to exceed 1.6 billion minutes played. To put us in context, in the same period of time Stranger Things achieved 4.8 billion minutes in all its seasons. Quite a milestone for a series that has hardly had any publicity and that has reached fans thanks to great word of mouth.
The first season of The Terminal List introduces us to SEAL Commander James Reece (Pratt), who is ambushed along with his platoon in the middle of an infiltration mission, becoming the sole survivor of the operation. Returning home, Reece begins to display post-traumatic stress symptoms and confuses fact and fiction. However, little by little he will discover that what seemed like a simple miscalculation is not, and that the mission had more at stake than he imagined. To discover what is hidden behind the operation, he will have the help of Ben Edwards (Taylor Kitsch), a friend of Reece’s and a CIA agent, and journalist Katie Buranek (Constance Wu), a war correspondent.
The successful The Terminal List will have a second season and we know what book it will be based on:
The Terminal List is based on the Jack Carr saga which, to date, has eight books. This time, the saga will follow the chronological order of the books and the second season will be based on the second book, True Believer. Following the events of the first season, Reece decides to retire and hide out in Mozambique, where the family of one of her fellow fallen SEALs lives. However, when an Iraqi terrorist attacks London and causes a ripple effect, it will become the only hope of the United States government.
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But that is not all. Prime Video has also confirmed a prequel to The Terminal List, starring CIA agent Ben Edwards and serving as a prequel to the series. The return of Chris Pratt in this spin-off has also been confirmed by the official Instagram account of the series. At the moment, the release date remains to be known, although it is more than likely that the project is already in full filming and, with a little luck, we will see it this year.