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The Terminal List

The Terminal List

Amazon 2022

Navy SEAL Commander James Reece turns to vengeance as he investigates the mysterious forces behind the murder of his entire platoon. Free from the military’s command structure, Reece applies the lessons he’s learned from nearly two decades of warfare to hunt down the people responsible.

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The 10 Best Episodes of The Terminal List

The Terminal List - S1E8

#1 - Reclamation


Season 1 - Episode 8

A showdown brews at Secretary of Defense Hartley's Orcas Island estate as Reece, Katie, Ben and Tony's paths and objectives collide.

The episode was rated from 888 votes.

The Terminal List - S1E7

#2 - Extinction


Season 1 - Episode 7

Reece returns to Coronado to bring the hammer down on the people who betrayed him the most. Back within the walls of his family home, fragmented memories surface. Katie plays ball with the FBI in order to finish her story.

The episode was rated from 889 votes.

The Terminal List - S1E5

#3 - Disruption


Season 1 - Episode 5

Reece travels to San Francisco to seek answers on a drug that may have started this all. Katie attempts to turn Mike Tedesco in an effort to blow up Capstone's plans for Nubellum. Tony and his team stick close to Horn, hoping to intercept Reece before he kills his next target.

The episode was rated from 915 votes.

The Terminal List - S1E6

#4 - Transience


Season 1 - Episode 6

The FBI's manhunt intensifies as they close in on Reece. Without the medications, Reece's physical and mental symptoms escalate. Surrounded by law enforcement, a man hellbent on his mission must escape without taking innocent lives.

The episode was rated from 893 votes.

The Terminal List - S1E3

#5 - Consolidation


Season 1 - Episode 3

Reece is drawn deeper into a complex conspiracy and puts a new name on his list. Meanwhile, Secretary of Defense Lorraine Hartley announces a drastic policy overhaul to help Special Operators. And Katie discovers the truth of what's going on in Reece's head.

The episode was rated from 999 votes.

The Terminal List - S1E4

#6 - Detachment


Season 1 - Episode 4

With the help of his closest friends, Reece travels to Mexico to locate the triggerman who killed his family. Katie continues her research from a remote location. Steve Horn takes steps to preserve Capstone's deals, and the San Diego FBI Fugitive Task Force led by Tony Layun enters the fray in pursuit for rogue SEAL James Reece.

The episode was rated from 944 votes.

The Terminal List - S1E2

#7 - Encoding


Season 1 - Episode 2

Reece locks onto his first potential target, enlisting Ben's help. With his mental health in question, Katie and Reece strike up an uneasy but mutually beneficial partnership to find answers.

The episode was rated from 1025 votes.

The Terminal List - S1E1

#8 - The Engram


Season 1 - Episode 1

In the wake of a disastrous mission overseas, Navy SEAL Commander James Reece returns home with conflicting memories of the op and questions about his own culpability.

The episode was rated from 1245 votes.

Last updated: aug 10, 2022



I'm excited for this show. Getting real Homeland vibes.


First episode was top notch,binge watch the rest.


Chris Pratt is not that good... but I like this kind of show with a modern setting and the atmosphere. It lacks impactful characters tho even if I love Taylor Kitsch (Texas Forever) and some clichés (Middle East bad people, all military with PTSD, etc.).


Pretty good revenge story that I found compelling enough to make me prioritize it in front of other shows I was watching at the time.


Enjoyed this show, binged watched over the weekend.


Though it's a simple story, the show is pretty consistent, and coesive. Like how they aknowledge that some operatives are not the best, but had some basic training and at least have some idea of the situacoes in a organic maner. It's kinda cheap, but it works most of the time. And that reporter. It's hard to see journalist work so exciting as in this series. She is so sharp. There are a few instances were you can see that clearly, but one that's fresh cause I just finished the series, it's when she points to little inconsistencies in [spoiler]heartley testimony[/spoiler] that changed the whole picture... That's the kind of work that really good journalists are known for. Not necessarily putting themselves in danger, but going after the facts, laying down correct timeline, and pointing inconsistencies. Great work from whoever was their consultant in this series for this. I saw that last "twist" ever since episode 5 when they show the cap list. It's actually pretty obvious, especially in the next episode with all the cover up thing. Still got me sad though. Chris acting is kinda mediocre, but it don't know... The silence, his lack of urgency... The way [spoiler]the other person[/spoiler] just accepted his end... Made it all sad.


Ive been looking forward to this,fingers crossed its worth the wait.


I watched the first episode out of curiosity, ended up binging the whole thing. There are some clichés, but most of the cheap story beats I've seen coming from a mile away didn't come at all, characters are actually smart, and the setup feels solid with no easy answers that just push the story forward. It is kinda man against world (even tho he has some help), up to a point of taking on a whole squad of trained combatants, but that's acceptable in this kind of TV. If you have a free weekend, then I can recommend this as a good TV to binge. It works as a single story with no cliffhangers which is rare, but there is an open ending - it's based on the first book in the series that currently has 5, and Pratt himself also said that it'd be cool to continue the series.


As soon as I saw this show had Chris Pratt in it with a military theme, I knew it was going to be awesome. Binged watched the whole Season 1 in a single Sunday afternoon. :ok_hand_tone2:


great beginning and thru first 7 episodes BUT THE ENDING WAS TERRIBLE !!!!!!!


Great first episode with a solid beginning and a DN strong finish. About to binge this over the weekend.


This is by far Chris Pratts best role yet. I don’t get the bs comparing it to Reacher which was a shit show. Pratt was made for this rule and you can telling the experts were apart of the show and Pratt himself did a lot of training for the right ways to use a weapon and the fighting was great too. The story was on the edge every episode, it didn’t feel long and drawn out. They kept find ways to add more to List This is one of the best if not the best Military/Revenge show I’ve seen in a decade Hope he does more roles like this in the future.


It’s an ok watch. Don’t expect too much… and you won’t be disappointed.


I'm always skeptical of Amazon Prime shows, they are hit and miss, but this one hit it out of the park. An action thriller with Chris Pratt taking a serious lead role as the legendary Navy Seal who has his world turned upside down, and hunts down those who have hurt him with decades of battle experience - Watched the first episode then binged watched the rest and I will say that I loved every episode and all the characters in it. A great action thriller that leaves you very satisfied with the ending If you haven't seen it, your missing out.


A horrible piece of military propaganda primarily aimed at the type of ‘real’ men who like to consume too much beer and hang around in their own garage while listening to Alter Bridge. It’s dumb, derivative, dull and devoid of interesting ideas or characters. You’re not going to find any fun here, everything is trying really hard to be dour and dramatic, but the writing is so generic and boring that it doesn’t work. Chris Pratt's charisma is stripped away and instead he's playing a generic, brooding character that could easily be portrayed by any actor. It just begs the question: why cast him in the first place? It requires little to no range, so why didn't they just cast a cheaper actor? Any interesting cinematography is obscured by desaturated muddy grey tones, the color grading really makes the whole show looks like trash. It tries to be cinematic, but it ends up looking all the more cheaper for it. I don’t get why people watch this, is it because of the patriotic undertones? Watch _Top Gun Maverick_. Is it because it’s a little more violent than most movies and shows? Watch _Daredevil_, the execution of the action is way better and it’s got plenty of Christianity as a bonus. 3/10

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