Chris Pratt Drops Huge News About ‘The Terminal List’ | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the The Daily Wire. The author of this post is Katie Jerkovich.

    Chris Pratt dropped huge news on Thursday about the status of his hit show "The Terminal List" when he posted a clip on Instagram of his character sailing away to a new destination.

    The 43-year-old actor didn't caption the video he posted for his 41 million followers, but the shot picks up where the show left off at the end of the first season. In the clip, his character, Navy SEAL James Reece, is on board the same boat from the end of the first season - hinting at a new mission for the second season.

    At one point the camera pans 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 wheel of the boat in a new direction as the shot fades out.

    Reading through the comments, followers seemed more than thrilled to learn that Reece was headed out on another mission after barely surviving his last one which started with the murder of members of his SEAL team and his family.

    One comment that definitely stood out was from the official account for "The Terminal List" which read, "Do you believe?"

    Former Navy SEAL and "The Terminal List" author Jack Carr also commented on the post with the emoji of the official flag of Mozambique, a southeast African country.

    On Wednesday, Deadline reported that it had learned that Amazon had indeed finalized a second season of the hit series.

    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, the outlet 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.

    In September, Pratt and Carr hinted that fans would be getting another season when the Marvel star appeared on Carr's podcast "Danger Close," as The Daily Wire previously reported.

    "To the rabid fans of 'The Terminal List' out there, you have nothing to worry about," Pratt shared. "We love you and appreciate your support. It's our life's mission to make sure you can come back to the well. We are working away."

    Carr replied, "There may be some cool stuff on the horizon being discussed."
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