The time is almost here. Chris Pratt brings us The Terminal List to Prime Video. What time can we start streaming the episodes?
There are a few TV shows we’ve been excited about arriving this year. One of those is The Terminal List. Starring Chris Pratt, it’s an adaptation of the book of the same name by Jack Carr.
The story follows James Reece (Pratt), who comes home as the single survivor from his platoon when they were ambushed. Reece has one set of memories, but he’s being told things that don’t line up. Suddenly, he realizes that there are new dark forces against him, and he will do whatever he can to keep his family safe.
The Terminal List release time on Prime Video
The new series is going to arrive on Friday, July 1. It will drop at midnight GMT on the streamer, and in this case, we’ll get to see the time zones working in our favor. After all, it’s a global original series.
This means that the episodes are likely to drop at around 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT on Thursday, June 30. This isn’t guaranteed, but it does happen far more than it doesn’t. We’ve seen the earlier drops with the likes of The Summer I Turned Pretty and The Boys recently. If it happens with these big shows, then it’s going to happen for The Terminal List.
If the release doesn’t happen right away, keep an eye out throughout the night. The series will be available by midnight local.
The new series will drop as a binge-watch. Prime Video has decided the more traditional format is best for this one. That means all episodes are available at once, and we are not complaining.
What do you hope to see from the book in the adaptation? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
The Terminal List is coming to Prime Video on Friday, July 1.