Prime Video’s untitled The Terminal List prequel/Ben Edwards origin series, headlined and executive produced by Taylor Kitsch, is untitled no more.
The streamer announced on social media that the drama, which also will feature The Terminal List star/executive producer Chris Pratt reprising his character James Reece, will be named The Terminal List: Dark Wolf. Production will begin early this year.
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Co-created by The Terminal List author Jack Carr and Season 1 creator-showrunner David DiGilio, the prequel, greenlighted last February, is an elevated espionage thriller that takes viewers on Edwards’ journey from Navy SEAL to CIA paramilitary operator, exploring the darker side of warfare and the human cost that comes with it.
As Deadline reported, in addition to James Reece (Pratt), other characters who will be featured in the offshoot opposite Kitsch’s Ben include Raife Hastings, Mohammed Farooq as well as Ernest “Boozer” Vickers, played in Season 1 by former Navy SEAL and series producer Jared Shaw.
Kitsch serves as executive producer alongside Pratt through Indivisible Productions; Antoine Fuqua through Hill District Media; Carr; DiGilio; former Army Ranger Max Adams; and Shaw. The Terminal List franchise is a co-production from Amazon Studios and Civic Center Media, in association with MRC Television.
From the Producers of #TheTerminalList and NYT Bestselling author @JackCarrUSA-introducing THE TERMINAL LIST: DARK WOLF, a prequel series featuring Ben Edwards and James Reece. Production begins early this year. pic.twitter.com/i5lbMaVWXn
— The Terminal List (@TerminalListPV) January 18, 2024
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