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Taylor Kitsch will star opposite Chris Pratt in Amazon’s thriller The Terminal List.
The 21 Bridges and Friday Night Lights actor will play a CIA operative in the show, which landed at Amazon last year with a straight-to-series order. Amazon Studios and Civic Center Media are producing in association with MRC Television.
Based on a novel by Jack Carr, The Terminal List centers on Pratt’s James Reece, a Navy SEAL whose platoon is ambushed during a covert mission. He returns home with conflicting memories about the incident and faces questions about his culpability in it, but as new evidence comes to light, Reece discovers dark forces working against him and endangering both his life and those of his loved ones.
Kitsch will play Ben Edwards, Reece’s best friend and a former SEAL who now works for the CIA. He uses his access to intelligence and operator’s skillset to help Reece seek vengeance.
Kitsch’s recent credits also include Canal+ drama series Shadowplay (alongside Michael C. Hall and Logan Marshall-Green), Paramount Network’s Waco and features Only the Brave and
. He’s repped by Untitled Entertainment and Range Media Partners.
Executive producers for The Terminal List are Pratt and Jon Schumacher through Indivisible Productions; Antoine Fuqua (who’s also directing) through Fuqua Films, writer Daniel Shattuck and Carr. David DiGilio will serve as showrunner as well as writing and exec producing.
MRC Television is a division of MRC, which is a co-owner of The Hollywood Reporter through a joint venture with Penske Media titled P-MRC.
Deadline first reported the news.
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