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Chris Pratt Returning to TV with show ‘The Terminal List’

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Guardian of the galaxies and tamer of dinosaurs, Chris Pratt, is coming back on TV. He’s making his comeback with The Terminal List, a conspiracy thriller show. The series will be directed by Antoine Fuqua. It is based on a best-selling novel by Jack Carr.

Once a beloved TV star, Chris Pratt became a movie star in 2014-15

In 2009, Chris Pratt starred in the infamous political satire sitcom, Parks and Recreation. He played the dim-witted but lovable Andy Dwyer. This character became a foundation for Chris Pratt and opened new avenues for him. In 2014, he joined the Marvel world as Star Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy. This led him to be a part of Avenger films, Infinity War and Endgame. Not only that, but Chris Pratt also joined the Jurassic Park franchise. After that, he gave hit films like Passengers and The Magnificent Seven.

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For The Terminal List, he is joining forces with the director, Antoine Fuqua

Previously, Pratt worked with Antoine Fuqua when he directed The Magnificent Seven. This time around, Antoine Fuqua will not only direct but serve as executive producer alongside  Pratt. In the past he has given us films like Training Day, Southpaw and Olympus Has Fallen. His association has definitely increased the anticipation.

The story of The Terminal List revolves around a Navy SEAL officer who is caught in a conspiracy

Pratt will be playing a Navy SEAL officer named James Reece. According to the synopsis of the book, he has ‘nothing to live for’ and ‘everything to kill for’. With no family and friends left, the protagonist has to go one a one-man war with the state. Needless to say, it is going to be an action-packed thriller with many twists and turns. Once again, Chris Pratt will be in action hero mode.

While Andy Dwyer is unforgettable and timeless, it will be interesting to see Chris Pratt as an officer in anguish and fighting battles.

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