The Terminal List TV Series (2022) Cast & Crew, Release Date, Episodes, Story, Review, Poster, Trailer

The Terminal List (Season 1)

July 1, 2022
51–65 minutes
Season: 1
Episodes: 8
Status: released

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Where to Watch The Terminal List (Season 1) Online (Stream)

Amazon Prime Video

The Terminal List (Season 1) Web Series Details:

CountryUnited States
Original language English
No. of episodes 8
Running time 51–65 minutes
Original releaseJuly 1, 2022
Created by David DiGilio
Based on The Terminal List
by Jack Carr
Starring Chris Pratt
Constance Wu
Taylor Kitsch
Riley Keough
Arlo Mertz
Jeanne Tripplehorn
DirectorFrederick E.O. Toye
Sylvain White
M.J. Bassett
Antoine Fuqua
Tucker Gates
Ellen Kuras
Written byDavid DiGilio
Daniel Shattuck
John Lopez
Olu Odebunmi
Tolu Awosika
Max Adams
Brooke Roberts
Lisa Long
Hennah Sekander
Produced byMax Adams
Kat Samick
Ronald Cosmo Vecchiarell
CinematographyArmando Salas
Evans Brown
Editing by Scott Turner
Sara Mineo
Jim Page
Music by Ruth Barrett
Production companiesIndivisible Productions
Fuqua Films
DiGilio Films
Civic Center Media
MRC Television
Amazon Studios
Distributed by Amazon Studios
Original network Amazon Prime Video

The Terminal List (Season 1) Web Series Cast & Character:

  • Chris Pratt as Lieutenant Commander James Reece: a US Navy SEAL with eight combat deployments. Commander of Alpha Platoon, SEAL Team 7, and Task Force Odin’s Sword.
  • Taylor Kitsch as Ben Edwards: a CIA’s Ground Branch operative. He is a former Navy SEAL and James Reece’s former teammate and BUD/S classmate.
  • Constance Wu as Katie Buranek: a seasoned war correspondent for Voltstream News.
  • Riley Keough as Lauren Reece: James Reece’s wife.
  • Arlo Mertz as Lucy Reece: James Reece’s daughter.
  • Jeanne Tripplehorn as Lorraine Hartley: Secretary of Defense.
  • Nick Chinlund as Rear Admiral Gerald Pillar: Commander of WARCOM.
  • Matthew Rauch as Captain Leonard Howard: Judge Advocate General of WARCOM.
  • LaMonica Garrett as Commander Bill Cox: Commander of SEAL Team 7.
  • Patrick Schwarzenegger as Special Warfare Operator Second Class Donald “Donny” Mitchell, Alpha Platoon’s youngest member.
  • Jared Shaw as Special Warfare Operator First Class Ernest “Boozer” Vickers, a member of Alpha Platoon.
  • Tyner Rushing as Liz Riley: a private airline pilot and former U.S. Army Aviation Branch Warrant Officer, who was rescued in 2007 by Reece’s team when her Kiowa was shot down in Iraq.
  • Arturo Castro as Jordan Groff: Katie’s editor at Voltstream News.
  • Renata Friedman as Anne Howard: Captain Howard’s wife.
  • Jai Courtney as Steve Horn: CEO and President of Capstone Industries.
  • Paul McCrane as Dr. Mike Tedesco: CEO of Nubellum, a pharmaceutical subsidiary of Capstone Industries.
  • Stephen Bishop as Richard Fontana: a Department of Defense official and Hartley’s underling.
  • J. D. Pardo as Tony Layun: an FBI special agent and head of the Fugitive Task Force for the San Diego field office.
  • Christina Vidal as Mackenzie ‘Mac’ Wilson: a deputy U.S. Marshal and Layun’s partner on the Fugitive Task Force.
  • Drew Starkey as Junior Alba: a SDPD detective and Layun’s subordinate on the Fugitive Task Force.
  • Alexis Louder as Nicole Deptul: an FBI special agent and Layun’s subordinate on the Fugitive Task Force.
  • Hiram A. Murray as Jackson: a security contractor at Steve Horn’s Talos Tactical.


After his platoon of the US Navy SEALs is ambushed while on a covert mission, Lieutenant Commander Reece returns home to his family with conflicting memories of the event and questions about his culpability. As new evidence emerges, Reece discovers dark forces working against him, endangering not only his life but also the lives of those he loves.

About The Terminal List (Season 1) Web Series:

The Terminal List is an American action thriller web series created by David DiGilio, based on Jack Carr’s 2018 novel of the same name.

In early April 2020, it was reported that the series, starring Chris Pratt, was in development, and seeking out a distributor. In early May 2020, it was reported that Amazon Prime Video landed the series and Amazon Studios would be joining the series as production studio and the series was in the process of assembling a writers room.

Taylor Kitsch, Constance Wu, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Riley Keough, and Pratt’s brother-in-law Patrick Schwarzenegger would join the cast in early 2021. In June 2021, LaMonica Garrett, Alexis Louder, Tom Amandes, J. D. Pardo, Christina Vidal Mitchell, Jared Shaw, Catherine Dyer, and Remi Adeleke joined the cast in recurring roles, while Arlo Mertz was cast as a series regular. In July 2021, Jai Courtney joined in a recurring role.

Pratt had previously portrayed a Navy SEAL in the 2012 film Zero Dark Thirty and had become friends with Navy SEAL Jared Shaw. Shaw knew Jack Carr from their time in the Navy and shared an early copy of the book with Pratt, who had started a production company and was interested in developing his own projects. Carr said he had Pratt in mind when writing the story, and that he had hoped to get Antoine Fuqua as the director. Pratt got into a bidding war for the rights, only to discover that he was bidding against Fuqua, so instead they partnered on developing the project.

Principal photography for The Terminal List began on March 9, 2021. Chris Pratt was paid $1.4 million per episode.

The Terminal List was released on Amazon Prime Video on July 1, 2022, to mixed reviews. The series was the number one show on Amazon Prime’s “Top 10” list within two weeks of its premiere. The Terminal List came in at No. 3 on the Nielsen chart with 1.1 billion minutes viewed across eight episodes.

In February 2023, the series was renewed for a second season.

In February 2023, it was announced that a prequel series focusing on Ben Edwards had been ordered and set to air on Amazon Prime Video with Taylor Kitsch reprising the role. In January 2024, it was reported that the prequel series will be titled The Terminal List: Dark Wolf with Pratt reprising his role as James Reece.

The Terminal List (Season 1) Episodes:

The Terminal List S1, Episode 1: The Engram

In the wake of a disastrous mission overseas, Navy SEAL commander James Reece returns home with conflicting memories of the op and questions about his own culpability.

The Terminal List S1, 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 an uneasy but mutually beneficial partnership to find answers.

The Terminal List S1, Episode 3: Consolidation

Reece is drawn deeper into a complex conspiracy and puts a new name on his list. Secretary of Defense Hartley announces a drastic policy overhaul to help Special Operators. Katie discovers the truth of what’s going on in Reece’s head.

The Terminal List S1, Episode 4: Detachment

With the help of his closest friends, Reece travels to Mexico to locate a target. Katie continues to research from a remote location. Steve Horn takes steps to preserve Capstone’s deals. The fugitive task force enters the fray.

The Terminal List S1, Episode 5: Disruption

Reece travels to San Francisco to seek answers on the drug that may have started it all. Katie attempts to recruit Tedesco to ruin Capstone’s plans for Nubellum. Tony’s team monitors Horn, hoping to intercept Reece.

The Terminal List S1, Episode 6: Transience

The FBI’s manhunt intensifies as they close in on Reece. Without medication Reece’s physical and mental symptoms escalate. Surrounded by law enforcement, Reece works to escape without taking innocent lives.

The Terminal List S1, Episode 7: Extinction

Reece returns to Coronado in search of those who betrayed him. Back in his family home, fragmented memories resurface. Katie plays ball with the FBI in order to finish her story.

The Terminal List S1, Episode 8: Reclamation

A showdown brews at Secretary of Defense Hartley’s Orcas Island estate–Reece, Katie, Ben, and Tony’s paths and objectives collide.