The terminal listThe creator of has defended Chris Pratt’s show against claims it was made for right-wing viewers.
Pratt plays a Navy SEAL in the Prime Video series, which features numerous former US military personnel in front of and behind the camera.
When reviews of the show were released, they were mostly negative, with one ofThe daily beast He called the series a “right-wing revenge fantasy gone haywire.”
However, The terminal list defied the critics and became a huge success. Nielsen reports that the series was watched for 1.6 billion minutes in its first week.
This prompted Pratt himself to share a Daily Mail.com Article entitled “Chris Pratt’s New Navy Thriller The terminal list defies scathing reviews from woke critics to skyrocket ratings with 1.6 billion minutes of streams” on his Instagram Stories.
Executive producer Jack Carr, a former Navy SEAL who wrote the book the series is based on, jumped in to the series’ defense and narrated it FoxNews: “We don’t mention right, left, conservative, liberal, none of those things are mentioned at all… The daily beasther rating in particular was pretty mean.”
He continued, “But they see an American flag and they get upset. Or they see someone who knows guns and has a mindset that is holding those in power accountable for their actions, and they just get a little discouraged.”
Carr said that critics don’t like the show “because there’s no ‘awakened’ stuff thrown in.” He added that this leads to a view “at least from critics that they aren’t promoting their agenda, so they’re going to hate it”.
The terminal listdeveloped for television by David DiGilio, co-stars Taylor Kitsch, Constance Wu, Riley Keough and Jeanne Tripplehorn.
Pratt was last seen in Jurassic World Dominion and Marvel film Thor: Love and Thunderand will reprise his role as Peter “Star Lord” Quill in a third Guardians of the Galaxy film in 2023.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/chris-pratt-terminal-list-b2142047.html Chris Pratt shares Terminal List’s post slamming ‘bright critics’ as writer defends the show from criticism