Reacher Season 3 has been confirmed in a new on-set video by lead star Alan Ritchson as part of CCXP 2023,. The announcement comes ahead of the second season’s debut on Prime Video on December 15.
In the first installment of Reacher, based on the books by Lee Child, Jack Reacher (Ritchson) visits the quiet town of Margrave, Georgia. He soon gets roped into a sprawling murder investigation that includes one person Reacher holds dear.
Check out Ritchson’s Reacher Season 3 announcement, including an extended season 2 preview, below (watch more trailer & previews):
What to know about Reacher Season 2
The eight-episode second season will have a weekly release schedule. The first three episodes arrive on December 15, with the following episodes dropping every Friday through January 19, 2024, exclusively on Prime Video.
The upcoming episodes begin “when veteran military police investigator Jack Reacher (Alan Ritchson) receives a coded message that the members of his former U.S. Army unit, the 110th MP Special Investigations, are being mysteriously and brutally murdered one by one,” per an official synopsis. “Pulled from his drifter lifestyle, Reacher reunites with three of his former teammates turned chosen family to investigate, including Frances Neagley (Maria Sten); Karla Dixon (Serinda Swan), a forensic accountant for whom Reacher has long had a soft spot; and fast-talking, switchblade-wielding family man David O’Donnell (Shaun Sipos).”
The cast also includes Ferdinand Kingsley as A.M., a mercenary that Homeland Security refers to as a ghost; Robert Patrick as Shane Langston, head of security for a private defense contractor with a questionable track record; and Domenick Lombardozzi as tough NYPD detective Guy Russo.
Reacher is produced by Amazon Studios, Skydance Television, and Paramount Television Studios. Based on the novels by Lee Child, who serves as an executive producer, the series is written for television by Emmy-nominated writer Nick Santora (Scorpion, Prison Break), who also executive produces and serves as showrunner. In addition to Santora and Child, the series is executive produced by Don Granger, Scott Sullivan, and Adam Higgs, with David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Matt Thunell for Skydance.