Chris Pratt’s The Terminal Record is returning for a second season on Prime Video.
That is not all.
A prequel collection starring Taylor Kitsch can also be within the works, Deadline studies.
The Terminal Record was an enormous success for the streaming service upon its launch in July.
Opinions weren’t nice, however the deciding issue was the spectacular efficiency on Amazon’s streaming service.
It landed at #3 on the Nielsen streaming chart, with 1.1 billion minutes seen in its first week of availability.
Pratt had been vocal about wanting extra from the Terminal Record universe.
The actor and producer appeared on Jack Carr’s (the author of the Terminal Record novel) podcast Hazard Shut final 12 months and stated as a lot.
“To the rabid followers of The Terminal Record on the market, you don’t have anything to fret about,” he stated.
“We love you and recognize your assist. It is our life’s mission to be sure you can come again to the properly. We’re working away.”
Added Carr, “There could also be some cool stuff on the horizon being mentioned.”
Kitsch will even exec producer the proposed prequel.
The actor can also be busy engaged on American Primeval and Painkiller, each restricted collection for Netflix.
It is unclear at this stage whether or not his Terminal Record prequel can be a restricted collection or if there was a risk it may proceed.
Pratt has a busy 2023 slate.
He’ll lend his voice to Mario within the forthcoming Tremendous Mario Bros Film and can headline the third and closing Guardians of the Galaxy film for Marvel.
The Terminal Record follows Lieutenant Commander James Reece after his platoon of Navy SEALs is ambushed whereas on a covert mission.
Reece returns residence to his household with conflicting recollections of the occasion and questions on his culpability.
As new proof emerges, Reece discovers darkish forces working in opposition to him, endangering not solely his life but in addition the lives of these he loves.
The solid additionally included Constance Wu, Riley Keough, Arlo Mertz, and Jeanne Tripplehorn.
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Paul Dailly is the Affiliate Editor for TV Fanatic. Comply with him on Twitter.