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Chris Pratt got everyone’s attention on Sunday when he teased details about the second season of “The Terminal List,” telling fans, “You ain’t ready” for what is coming.
“One year ago today, we brought James Reece to your living room!” Pratt wrote. “The amount of love you all have for this show is overwhelming.”
“Nothing brings me greater joy than sharing these thrilling stories with you,” he added. “You ain’t ready for what we have in store for you! [terminallistpv].”
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Former Navy SEAL and “The Terminal List” author Jack Carr commented on the post, writing, “Thank you exceeding all expectations and CRUSHING IT!”
In February, the “Guardians of the Galaxy” star shared the exciting news about the hit show’s second season when he posted a clip of his character sailing away to a new destination.
In the video, Reece is on board the same boat from the end of the first season — hinting at a new mission after his character barely survived his last one, which started with the murder of members of his SEAL team and his family.
At one point, the camera tilts down to a map, making a reference to where he’s headed. Pratt’s character holds down the map with one hand, and the camera focuses on the location “Mozambique” and “NIASSA.” The clip ends with him turning the boat’s wheel as the shot fades out.
The eight-episode first season was a huge hit for Amazon, scoring the No. 2 spot on Nielsen’s weekly Top 10 streaming ratings chart, Deadline noted. The show is about “a former Navy SEAL officer” who “investigates why his entire platoon was ambushed during a high-stakes covert mission,” a description on IMDb reads.