The Terminal List is an action thriller web series in the English language that was released on Amazon Prime Video on July 1st, 2022, and has now become the latest victim of piracy. After the series premiered on Amazon Prime Video, some notorious websites leaked the pirated version of the series, like 1TamilMV, Isaimini, TamilBlasters, Moviesda, Tamilplay, Kutty Movies, Filmyzilla, Bolly4u, iBomma, Movierulz, Mkvmoviespoint, Bollyshare, Coolmoviez, and Tamil Rockers.
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The web series is based on the novel “The Terminal List” by Jack Carr. Written by David Digilio and directed by Antoine Fuqua and Ellen Kuras, Chris Pratt, Taylor Kitsch, Constance Wu, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Riley Keough, Patrick Schwarzenegger, and Arlo Mertz are among the cast members. Ruth Barrett composed the music for the film.
The series is about an ex-Navy officer’s investigation and his mission for justice. James Reece(Chris Pratt), an ex-Navy officer, lost his entire battalion on a covert mission. And he starts searching for the truth behind the incident. Fueled by vengeance, this one-man army has nothing to lose, which makes him more dangerous. Will James Reece’s Justice be served?
You may view the Terminal List Web Series online on a number of websites, including Filmyzilla, iBomma, Tamilblasters, and Filmywap, but doing so is against the law and dangerous. Piracy is illegal work.
Watching Terminal List Web Series online is legal if you utilize services from official streaming platforms like Amazon Prime, Netflix, Zee5, Disney, Sony LIV, Aha, and Hotstar
Note: If you download a movie without the producer’s permission, you are infringing on their copyright. (In India, see Sections 14 and 51 of the Copyright Act of 1957.) The violation occurs when you make a copy of the movie, the producer’s copyrighted work, without their permission. Thus, downloading a movie is considered copyright infringement and thus illegal in India. By the way, such a violation is punishable by imprisonment and/or a fine. (Section 63 of the Copyright Act)