After delivering record-breaking viewership for Amazon, Prime Video original series Reacher is returning for a second season, continuing the story of Lee Child's beloved literary character.  

Alan Ritchson will be reprising the titular role in the second installment, but he might be the only star coming back for another round. 

While fans love many of the characters in Season 1, bringing them back could be a disservice to the character of Jack Reacher, who is largely known as a lone wanderer. 

Reacher showrunner Nick Santora recently spoke to TVLine about the second season of the series. He confirmed that there is always a chance characters not named Jack Reacher could reappear. 

That said, Child's books typically see Reacher working with new characters when he arrives in new places, so the show will likely be focused on adding different companions in additional seasons.

He continued on to add, "Reacher is not a character who runs around with an entourage. He's a lone wolf, so you have to stay true to that."

Season 1 followed The Killing Floor, the first Jack Reacher book, but that doesn't mean Season 2 will follow the second book.

Do we want it to be similar to Season 1, because Season 1 was successful? Do we want to go a little different? There's so much that Lee gives us to choose from," Santora said earlier this year.