The Terminal List review

Yet another bloated Prime Video series dedicated to pleasing dads and nobody else

The Terminal List is a little too eager to alienate star Chris Pratt’s younger-skewing Marvel fanbase as it settles into its dense Kindle potboiler plot

It’s part conspiracy thriller and part Hitchcockian drama; a show that definitely has points to make, but takes too long to make them.

Pratt plays James Reece, a Navy SEAL whose entire squad is caught in a deadly ambush in the show’s action-packed opening episode

He survives, but notices that his memory of the doomed operation is very fuzzy.

When he discovers that other surviving members of his squad are suddenly dropping dead

he is led to believe that they were all a part of a conspiracy that they weren’t meant to walk away from.