Terminal List Renewed for Season 2; Taylor Kitsch-Led Prequel in the Works

Terminal List Renewed For Season 2

The Terminal List is getting longer. Not only has Chris Pratt‘s Navy SEAL drama been renewed for a second season, but Prime Video is also developing a prequel spinoff focused on Taylor Kitsch‘s character, TVLine has confirmed.

The prequel, which Kitsch will also executive-produce alongside Terminal List creator David DiGilio, is currently untitled.

“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,” Pratt says in a statement. “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.”

Adds Kitsch, “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.”

Based on Carr’s 2018 novel of the same name, The Terminal List stars Pratt as Lieutenant Commander James Reece, Constance Wu as war correspondent Katie Buranek, Kitsch as CIA operative Ben Edwards, Riley Keough as James’ wife Lauren Reece, Arlo Mertz as James’ daughter Lucy Reece, and Jeanne Tripplehorn as Secretary of Defense Lorraine Hartley.

The show’s eight-episode first season premiered on July 1, 2022.

TVLine’s Streaming Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect The Terminal List‘s expansion. Would you watch a prequel series about Kitsch’s Ben Edwards? Drop a comment with your thoughts below.