Riley Keough stars opposite Chris Pratt and Constance Wu in Amazon conspiracy thriller series The list of terminals, based on the bestselling Jack Carr novel.
Taylor Kitsch and Jeanne Tripplehorn also star in the series, which Pratt’s direction produces with Antoine Fuqua, who directs, and writer David DiGilio. The list of terminals is a co-production of Amazon Studios and Civic Center Media in association with MRC Television.
Written by DiGilio, The list of terminals follows James Reece (Pratt) after his entire platoon of Navy SEALs are ambushed on a high-stakes covert mission. Reece returns home to his family with conflicting memories of the event and questions about his guilt. However, as new evidence emerges, Reece discovers dark forces working against him, endangering not only his life, but the lives of those he loves.
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Keough will play Lauren Reece, an elite triathlete and warrior in her own right. Lauren has balanced her career by raising their daughter Lucy and providing vital support to the other families in the platoon when her husband James (Pratt) and his SEAL Troop are deployed. As the majority of SEAL marriages fall apart, Lauren and James have survived honesty, mental toughness, and undying love.
DiGilio, who serves as showrunner, executive producer Carr and Pratt alongside Jon Schumacher via Indivisible Productions, Fuqua via Fuqua Films and writer Daniel Shattuck.
Keough Next stars as Daisy Jones in upcoming Amazon original series Daisy Jones and the Six, based on the bestselling Taylor Jenkins Reid novel. On the cinema side, Keough will be seen in Janicza Bravo’s Zola, scheduled for release in June. Keough recently appeared alongside Alicia Vikander in Wash Westmoreland’s Earthquake Bird as well as Antonio Campos’ The devil all the time, both streamed on Netflix. Keough previously featured on season one of Steven Soderbergh’s Starz anthology series The girlfriend’s experience, land a Golden Globe nomination, and also starred in the HBO movie Paterno, opposite Al Pacino. It is replaced by CAA and Thirty Three Management.