Will we see more of this action thriller television series? Continue reading to learn more about The Terminal List Season 2.
We know it’s been months since the first season aired the final episode, and the viewers have been waiting to find out if there will be another season or not, as the demand for the series can be gauged by the reviews and popularity of the show on social media, which has increased viewer curiosity more than ever! If you recall, within two weeks of its premiere, the series was the number one show on Amazon Prime’s “Top 10” list.
In addition to this, the show came in at No. 3 on the Nielsen chart with 1.1 billion minutes viewed across eight episodes. These fairly good reviews alone explain why the network was quick to renew it for another season and continue the story. If you’re one of those who want to get clarification about the renewal status, among other details, then look no further. To find all of your answers, keep reading until the very end.
Here is everything we know so far about The Terminal List Season 2.
Terminal List Season 2 Renewal Status
Hurray to the fans! The good news has arrived early for the fans: The Terminal List will definitely return to the screen with a brand-new season!
The renewal comes six months later, in February 2023, after the first season finale ended on a potential cliffhanger. In addition to this, the series will become a franchise for Amazon Studios and MRC, and it has also picked up an untitled prequel/Ben Edwards origin series headlined and executive produced by Taylor Kitsch from The Terminal List creator/executive producer David DiGilio and author Jack Carr.
The official Twitter handle of the show also confirmed the renewal announcement among the followers, quoting, “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.” Take a look at the official post below:
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
Terminal List Season 2 Speculated Release Date and Time Slot
As the series was recently renewed for a second season, it makes it way too early for the network to announce the prospective premiere date and time slot. But if we have to predict the potential release date of The Terminal List Season 2, it might happen sometime in the fall, around late 2023 to early 2024, just like the first season. It is anticipated to air at the same time slot of 3 a.m. ET exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, with new episodes dropping on the same day.
Of course, this is just speculation! Hence, any statement about the show’s official release date and time slot is still pending verification by the network. So, it is just assumed that the next season might follow the same pattern and be released in a similar time frame if the network decides to go with the exact schedule. In the meantime, we suggest that the viewers be patient and follow all the social media platforms for the series to be updated with the latest information for the upcoming season.
Terminal List Season 2: What to expect?
The second season of the hit conspiracy thriller The Terminal List from MRC Television will be based on Jack Carr’s New York Times best-selling novel True Believer. Additionally, Prime Video also announced it has ordered a new untitled prequel series, to be co-created by Carr and Season One creator/showrunner David DiGilio, focusing on fan-favorite Ben Edwards, portrayed by Taylor Kitsch (upcoming Painkiller and American Primeval, Waco, True Detective).
The prequel series featuring additional iconic Carr characters, including James Reece (Chris Pratt), Raife Hastings, Mohammed Farooq, and Ernest “Boozer” Vickers (Jared Shaw), is an elevated espionage thriller that takes viewers on Edwards’ journey from Navy SEAL to CIA paramilitary operator, exploring the darker side of warfare and the human cost that comes with it.
Additionally, Chris Pratt quoted, “I’m excited to announce that the second season of The Terminal List is on its way, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to reprise my role as James Reece. This season promises to be even more intense and action-packed than the first, and I can’t wait for everyone to see it. And for those who are fans of Taylor Kitsch’s Ben Edwards, I’m happy to say that we’re also working on a spinoff series that will delve deeper into his story and follow his journey from a Navy SEAL to a CIA operative. And to make it even more exciting, I will also be appearing in this prequel series! I promise you it will be just as thrilling and engaging as The Terminal List. Stay tuned for more updates and we can’t wait for you all to join us on this journey.”
Taylor Kitsch also stated, “Thank you to all the fans for believing in this show, we wouldn’t be here without your support. I’m excited to continue this wild ride that is Ben Edwards and bring to life Jack Carr’s amazing stories.” On the other hand, Jack Carr said, “Fans of The Terminal List will be thrilled to see James Reece’s journey continue in an action-packed story of violent redemption in True Believer. And we’re so excited to build this Terminal List prequel and explore Ben Edwards, brought to life so powerfully by Taylor Kitsch. Get ready for a journey from the SEAL teams to the CIA’s Ground Branch, as we watch a fan-favorite character fighting for his soul.”
“The phenomenal summer debut of The Terminal List is a testament to the creativity of Jack Carr, David DiGilio, and Chris Pratt along with the cast and teams who delivered such an original and compelling series,” said Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon and MGM Studios. “With the second season of The Terminal List and Prime Video’s new prequel series starring the amazing Taylor Kitsch, we are expanding on the storytelling and characters beloved by so many all over the world.” MRC Television President Elise Henderson added, “The first season of The Terminal List resonated so strongly with fans, and we’re incredibly proud of the work accomplished by our tremendous cast and crew. We couldn’t be more excited to continue this journey and expand this world with Chris, Taylor, Dave, and our fantastic partners at Prime Video.”
Terminal List Season 2 Cast and Crew
The main cast members who are expected to reprise their roles in the new season are as follows Chris Pratt as Lieutenant Commander James Reece, Constance Wu as Katie Buranek, Taylor Kitsch as Ben Edwards, Riley Keough as Lauren Reece, Arlo Mertz as Lucy Reece, and Jeanne Tripplehorn as Lorraine Hartley. We would like to point out that the network has not yet announced any more new casting which will be publicly disclosed before the second chapter makes its debut.
Moreover, Kitsch will star in the new untitled prequel series and serve as executive producer, alongside Chris Pratt through Indivisible Productions, Antoine Fuqua through Hill District Media, author Jack Carr, writer/showrunner David DiGilio, former Army Ranger Max Adams, and former Navy SEAL Jared Shaw. The Terminal List is a co-production from Amazon Studios and Civic Center Media, in association with MRC Television.
The Terminal List Season 2 Episodes and Streaming Options
The forthcoming season is expected to have at least 8 episodes, which are expected to drop on the same day, just like the first season. It is speculated that it is intended to follow the same framework as the prior episodes to be consistent. On the other hand, we’d also like to point out that, as of February 2023, the exact titles and synopsis for the episodes cannot be confirmed. So, we request that viewers be patient and stream the first season, which has the following episodes:
Episode 1: The Engram: In the wake of a catastrophic mission overseas, Navy SEAL Commander James Reece returns home with conflicting memories of the op and questions about his own culpability.
Episode 2: Encoding: Reece locks onto his first potential target, enlisting Ben’s help; with his mental health in question, Katie and Reece strike up a mutually beneficial partnership to find answers.
Episode 3: Consolidation: Reece is drawn deeper into a complex conspiracy and puts a new name on his list; meanwhile, Secretary of Defense Lorraine Hartley announces a drastic policy overhaul to help Special Operators; Katie discovers the truth of what’s going on with Reece.
Episode 4: Detachment: With the help of his closest friends, Reece travels to Mexico to locate the triggerman who killed his family; Katie continues her research from a remote location and Steve Horn takes steps to preserve Capstone’s deals.
Episode 5: Disruption: Reece travels to San Francisco to seek answers on a drug that may have started this all; Katie attempts to turn Mike Tedesco in an effort to blow up Capstone’s plans for Nubellum; Tony and his team stick close to Horn.
Episode 6: Transience: The FBI’s manhunt intensifies as they close in on Reece; without the medications, Reece’s physical and mental symptoms escalate; surrounded by law enforcement, a man hellbent on his mission must escape without taking innocent lives.
Episode 7: Extinction: Reece returns to Coronado to bring the hammer down on the people who betrayed him the most; back within the walls of his family home, fragmented memories surface; Katie plays ball with the FBI in order to finish her story.
Episode 8: Reclamation: A showdown brews at Secretary of Defense Hartley’s Orcas Island estate as Reece, Katie, Ben, and Tony’s paths and objectives crash.
All the episodes of “The Terminal List,” are available to stream exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, which you can subscribe to as a stand-alone streaming subscription with over 150,000 movies and TV episodes, including thousands for Amazon Prime members at no additional cost. So, it is time for you to renew your membership plans, stream the series, and explore another genre of TV series and movies from the massive catalog that the streaming service offers to its members based on location and plan, which users can choose from according to their preferences.
In the meantime, take a look at the official trailer of the first season to recall the events that transpired and lead into the new one which showcases, “Navy SEAL Commander James Reece turns to vengeance as he investigates the mysterious forces behind the murder of his entire platoon. Free from the military’s command structure, Reece applies the lessons he’s learned from nearly two decades of warfare to hunt down the people responsible.”
Catch up on the previous season while you wait for more The Terminal List Season 2 updates.