The Terminal List: Cast, Budget, Release Date, Director, Where To Watch, Story, & More

On May 18, the first teaser trailer for The Terminal List was published. It has everything you'd expect from a military action thriller. The Terminal List cast, budget, release date, director, where to watch, and story details are here.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Jun 25, 2022 13:53 IST
The Terminal List: Cast, Budget, Release Date, Director, Where To Watch, Story, & More
The Terminal List

Chris Pratt plays the title character in The Terminal List, an adaptation of Jack Carr's best-selling novel. Pratt will bring his action star chops to the small screen this time, playing James Reece, a Navy SEAL who comes home as the sole survivor of an ambush with increasingly intriguing circumstances. The Terminal List cast, budget, release date, director, where to watch, story & more details are here. 

The Terminal List Cast

The web series features:

  • Chris Pratt
  • Taylor Kitsch
  • Constance Wu
  • Jeanne Tripplehorn
  • Riley Keough
  • Patrick Schwarzenegger
  • Arlo Mertz

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The Terminal List Director

The web series is directed by Antoine Fuqua, who is famous for Training Day (2001), Tears of the Sun (2003), King Arthur (2004), The Equalizer (2014), & more 

The Terminal List Story

As he investigates the unknown forces behind the murder of his whole battalion, Lt. Commander James Reece turns to vengeance. Reece, free of the military's command system, uses the skills he's acquired from nearly two decades of combat to track down those responsible. 

The Terminal List Release Date & Where To Watch

The eight-episode series will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on July 1st, 2022. 

The Terminal List Budget

Not much has been revealed about the budget of the film so far, however, as per certain reports, the series may have been made on a budget of USD 70-80 Million

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The Terminal List Trailer 

 

There are a lot of firearms and explosions, as well as a naked Taylor Kitsch. Throughout the film, we see flashbacks to the terrible mission that killed James Reece's entire squad and left him with severe PTSD. The video employs the musical premise of Black Sabbath's "War Pigs," which criticizes "politicians who conceal themselves away from the horrific ramifications of their activities" and "treat people like pawns in chess."