Chris Pratt hinted about the upcoming season of “The Terminal List” in a recent Instagram post. The video showed his character, Navy SEAL James Reece, on a boat with a map that had Mozambique and NIASSA marked on it. The video ended with Reece turning the boat, causing speculation about his next mission.
The world of Jack Carr’s THE TERMINAL LIST is expanding with two new installments. Chris Pratt will return as James Reece for Season 2: TRUE BELIEVER, while also joining Taylor Kitsch who will take the lead in a wholly original Ben Edwards Origin Series. pic.twitter.com/2Ob37oz7Ls
— The Terminal List (@TerminalListPV) February 3, 2023
The Instagram post was greeted with excitement from fans and was acknowledged by the official “The Terminal List” account with the question “Do you believe?” Author Jack Carr, a former Navy SEAL, added the Mozambique flag emoji, indicating that plans for a second season are underway and generating anticipation among fans.
In September, Pratt and Carr appeared on Carr’s podcast “Danger Close” and reassured fans that they have nothing to worry about. Pratt said, “We love you and appreciate your support. It’s our life’s mission to make sure you can come back to the well. We are working away.” Carr added to the excitement by mentioning that “cool stuff” is being discussed for the future.
The first season of “The Terminal List” was a huge success on Amazon, which suggests that the second season will receive similar levels of attention and excitement. The show follows James Reece as he delves into the ambush of his SEAL platoon during a high-stakes mission, making for a captivating plot that earned it a place among the most popular shows on streaming platforms.
Amazon has officially greenlit a second season for the hit series, which scored No. 2 on Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming chart in its eight-episode first season. Fans can look forward to more intense and thrilling episodes in the second season as Reece continues his investigation. The confirmation of a second season is sure to excite fans and bring in even more viewers.
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