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Chris Pratt made his breakthrough with TV’s Parks and Recreation, portraying the sweet but slightly clueless Andy Dwyer. Since then, he’s been pretty busy as a guardian of the galaxy, portraying Peter Quill/Star-Lord in James Gunn‘s sci-fi movie franchise, with a third installment coming out in 2021.

He’s now coming down from space to return to his old stomping grounds, starring in the TV series The Terminal List, which is deemed a conspiracy theory-thriller, reports Radio Times. 

The premise of the story is based on Jack Carr‘s 2018 novel of the same name, revolving around Navy SEAL Lieutenant Commander James Reece. Reece returns home after his entire platoon is killed. The book synopsis refers to him as having “nothing to live for” and “everything to kill for” when he learns the U.S. government is responsible for the deaths of his fellow soldiers.

It wasn’t just his friends, his family is also wiped out on the day of his homecoming. Needless to say, he’s… pissed. That is a lot to handle in one swoop, and we are intrigued to see where the story goes from here. It’s been predicted it will be told over several seasons. (If you’d like to dig a little deeper into the story, The Washington Post has a review of the book here.)

Pratt is said to be working on the project with Training Day director Antoine Fuqu, with David DiGilio (Traveler) writing the script. It’s very early on, and there’s no set start date, as of yet.

Are you psyched to tune-in to Chris Pratt on a weekly basis, once again? 

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By Brigid Brown