Chris Pratt, who starred in Jurassic Park and The Tomorrow War, plays Lieutenant James Reece in The Terminal List, which will be available on Prime Video in July. Lieutenant Reece witnesses his whole unit being ambushed during a crucial clandestine mission.
James subsequently returns home perplexed, frustrated by his conflicting recollections of the ambush, and wondering if he is to blame. But it quickly becomes apparent that evil forces are involved, and they will stop at nothing to keep the facts a secret.
The series, which is based on Jack Carr’s best-selling novel The Terminal List(opens in new tab), also stars Constance Wu and Jeanne Tripplehorn, while Chris Pratt will serve as executive producer. Antoine Fuqua is the series’ director.
The information we have about The Terminal List on Amazon Prime Video thus far is listed below.
On Friday, July 1, 2022, Prime Video will launch all eight episodes of The Terminal List in every area.
Plot of The Terminal List
In The Terminal List, the action centers on Lieutenant Commander James Reece (Pratt), whose team was slain in a disastrous ambush during his most recent military mission.
The air crew brought in to rescue them also perished as a result of the tragedy. When a traumatized James eventually makes it home, he discovers that his loved ones have been killed and comes to the realization that he is at the center of a plot involving the highest echelons of the government.
James decides that since he has nothing to lose, he will employ the skills he has learned through a decade of military warfare to exact revenge on those who killed his loved ones.
The Tomorrow War, a post-apocalyptic television series, stars Chris Pratt, who plays James Preece in The Terminal List. He’s had roles in the Jurassic Park franchise, Avengers, and Guardians of the Galaxy, so he’s no stranger to playing an action hero. In addition, he has performed comedic roles, such as Andy Dwyer in Parks and Recreation and Fletcher in the movie Bride Wars. Chris has also appeared in The O.C., Passengers, The Magnificent Seven, and the Lego movies, where he provided the voice of Emmet.