Reacher season two is officially in production!
Prime Video and leading man Alan Ritchson (Titans; Blue Mountain State) have confirmed filming has commenced on the new season, which will be based on Bad Luck and Trouble, the eleventh novel in Lee Child's bestselling Jack Reacher series - and they're promising a new batch of episodes way bigger than anything we saw in season one.
Without giving away spoilers, the book synopsis reads, "From a helicopter high above the California desert, a man is sent free-falling into the night. On the streets of Portland, Jack Reacher is pulled out of his wandering life and plunged into the heart of a conspiracy that is killing old friends . . . and the people he once trusted with his life.
Reacher is the ultimate loner—no phone, no ties, no address. But a woman from his old military unit has found him using a signal only the eight members of their elite team would know. Then she tells him a terrifying story about the brutal death of a man they both served with. Soon Reacher is reuniting with the survivors of his team, scrambling to unravel the sudden disappearance of two other comrades. But Reacher won’t give up—because in a world of bad luck and trouble, when someone targets Jack Reacher and his team, they’d better be ready for what comes right back at them."
Considering Reacher's lone wolf status, the show will essentially be an anthology series moving forward, with a new cast every season, save for Ritchson and co-star Maria Sten, who will also reprise her role as Frances Neagley, one of Reacher's most trusted confidantes.
Joining Ritchson and Sten for season two, as series regulars, are Shaun Sipos (Krypton; The Vampire Diaries), Serinda Swan (Smallville; Coroner), Ferdinand Kingsley (The Sandman; Mank), and Rory Cochrane (Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty; Black Mass).
Guest stars will include Domenick Lombardozzi (Magnum P.I.), along with Luke Bilyk (DeGrassi: The Next Generation), Dean McKenzie (Shooter), Edsson Morales (Black Summer), Andres Collantes (Two Sentence Horror Stories), Shannon Kook-Chun (The 100), Ty Victor Olsson (Supernatural), Josh Blacker (See), and Al Sapienza (Coroner).
Check out the announcement photos below: