Among the information in “The Terminal List” were the release date and filming schedules. An announcement that “The Terminal List” has already begun filming is tucked away at the end of the second paragraph. Even better, the Amazon thriller show will be released in early 2022.
The premiere date for the eight-episode series will probably not be revealed until the first poster or trailer is released. For high-profile projects, Amazon tends to release documents no more than six months in advance. So the first poster and trailer won’t be out until November or December of 2021, at the earliest.
Aside from knowing the release date, we’ll be able to tell whether “The Terminal List” will release one new episode every week, release all eight episodes at once for maximum binge-watching potential, or use some hybrid approach.
Most recently, “The Terminal List” has added Jai Courtney from “The Suicide Squad” and “Terminator: Genisys.” A source tells Variety that Courtney will appear in the series regularly, and it seems like he’ll play James Reece’s main antagonist. As “Capstone Industries’ billionaire overlord,” Courtney will portray Steve Horn.
What is Capstone, and how does it work? It’s a wealthy worldwide fund that invests in a wide range of businesses. Still, according to the article, Steve appears to use Capstone primarily to profit from the latest military technologies. A high-profile corporate and political figure, Steve will undoubtedly catch the attention of Reece, but it is unknown how the two will interact in the series.
While we’re on the subject of Pratt, we’d like to let you know about another prominent actor joining this television series. Pratt will portray Reece, a highly talented Navy SEAL, on the hunt for the truth behind the murder of his whole platoon during a secret operation, as previously revealed.
Pratt’s brother-in-law, Patrick Schwarzenegger, will also appear in “The Terminal List” alongside Constance Wu as “Katie Buranek, a risk-seeking war correspondent who uses her byline to speak truth to power.” Taylor Kitsch, as “Ben Edwards, Reece’s best friend and a former SEAL who now works for the CIA”; JD Pardo, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Riley Keough; and JD will also be there.
An adaptation of the 2018 novel of the same name by Keith Wood, who wrote it under the alias Jack Carr, was made for “The Terminal List.” On Amazon, “The Terminal List” is described as “the storey of James Reece, a Navy SEAL left reeling after his entire squad is killed in action.”
Even worse, when Reece comes home, he realises that people closest to him have also been slaughtered, adding to the horror. It turns out that the enemy is a familiar face and that a conspiracy is behind all of the murder. He is now on his own to pursue vengeance. “To avenge his family and teammates, Reece uses the teachings he’s acquired over more than a decade of continual combat. Unfortunately, when it comes to dealing with his opponents at the top of the food chain, Reece is brutal, disregarding both the rules of battle and the rule of law.”