Chris Pratt expertly trolls ‘woke critics’ who panned new monster hit show ‘The Terminal List’

Actor Chris Pratt trolled leftist critics on “Rotten Tomatoes” over his hit drama “The Terminal List” with a post sharing a report that it is “the “new Yellowstone” before referencing the 1.6 billion minutes devoted to streaming the show.

The 8-episode first season on Amazon Prime is based on the books by former Navy SEAL and author Jack Carr. It follows the story of Navy SEAL commander James Reece who is determined to find out who killed his platoon and family and exact revenge over it.

“Woke critics” hated the show, but fans loved it with 94 percent rating it as “fresh” on “Rotten Tomatoes.” It has already been re-upped for a second season. Reviews are overwhelmingly positive for the show while critics gave it a 40 percent sneer.

Pratt reposted on Instagram a headline from the Daily Mail that crows over the incredible success of the show, “The new Yellowstone: Chris Pratt’s new Navy thriller The Terminal List defies woke critics’ scathing reviews to shoot up ratings chart with 1.6 BILLION minutes of streams.”

Then he followed that up with a post showing a picture of Dr. Evil from the “Austin Powers” films, referencing the huge number of people who had streamed his show on Prime Video and had clearly disregarded woke critics in the process.

“One point six BILLLLLLLLLion minutes,” the meme touted, referring to Nielsen ratings reporting that at least 1.6 billion minutes were devoted to streaming Pratt’s new show.

According to the Instagram page for “The Terminal List,” it was the number one rated show on Prime Video.


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The mystery thriller also stars Constance Wu, JD Pardo, Taylor Kitsch, Riley Keough, Arlo Mertz, and Jeanne Tripplehorn.

Pardo, who plays FBI agent Tony Layun, told the New York Post in an interview he “challenged” himself by being immersed in the world of ex-Navy SEALs.

“It’s a great story by Jack Carr, a great book series, and just an all-star cast. Chris, Constance Wu, Taylor Kitsch … it just goes on,” claimed Pardo. “I really wanted to be part of that, because it’s inspiring to work with that kind of talent. We had a lot of fun on that set.”

“‘The Terminal List’ is a classic American fantasy about the goodness of the SEALs, the corruption of high-level government officials and corporate shills, and the purifying quality of righteous violence,” one reviewer noted on the website, according to the New York Post.

“‘Yellowstone’ has dominated the ratings since 2018, ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ has destroyed the competition at the box office, and ‘The Terminal List’ is putting up astronomical viewership data,” Outkick noted, referring to the fact that all of those are conservative forms of entertainment.

Pratt, who is a devout Christian, is no stranger to being attacked. He was excoriated by the left for attending a church that they labeled as anti-LGBTQ. His critics have also savaged him over his movies and his personal life.

Leftists accused Pratt of taking a swipe at his ex-wife Anna Faris after he complimented his current wife Katherine Schwarzenegger for giving him a “healthy daughter.” His son, Jack, from his first marriage, was born prematurely.

Pratt was devastated by the accusation and later told Men’s Health in an interview about it, “It really f***ing bothered me, dude. I cried about it.”

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