Arturo Moreno Terminal List [2024]

On 1 July 2022, Amazon Prime showcased the Terminal list where Baseball fans spot a name, Arturo Moreno. Arturo Moreno Terminal List quickly became an audience hit.

Along with Baseball fans, some audience members were also surprised by the given credits in the Terminal List.

But here is the big question mark. Is American businessman Arturo Monero acting in the entertainment industry or it’s a different man who is designing costumes for US TV?

Arturo Moreno and costum design

Arturo Moreno became famous by acquiring the Anaheim Angels baseball team as the first Mexican-American for the Walt Disney Company in 2003.

But people are more surprised, especially his fans, the Outdoor System billionaire, who worked as a “set costumer” on The Terminal List which is about a former Navy SEAL.

Arturo Moreno and baseball
Arturo Moreno Terminal List

He also worked as a costume designer on a variety of notable productions, including Ratched, Space Force, 68 Whiskey, Superstore, 9-1-1, Celebrity Big Brother, Midnight, Texas, Big Brother, and The Revengers.

Arturo Moreno Terminal List

Arturo Moreno was born to Arturo Ricardo Moreno and Mary Moreno on 14 August 1946 in Tucson, Arizona, United States.

He is currently 77 years old with a $4.9 Billion net worth.

Arturo Moreno is not for baseball, he is also the name of TV and movie customer.

You have probably checked his work that we have shown you sometime before. IMDB also showcased his work which you can check from here.

Screenshot from Amazon Prime Video
Arturo Moreno Terminal List

Moreno has been active in the entertainment industry since 2017 and has been part of 11 projects.

  • 2017: Started in the industry, and worked on 39 episodes of Big Brother: USA.
  • 2018: Contributed to nine episodes of Midnight, Texas.
  • 2018-2020: Worked on 28 episodes of Superstore.
  • 2020: Involved in six episodes of Space Force.

In episode four (The Terminal List), Arturo Moreno worked as a set customer.

But people start watching his name at the end of the first episode of The Terminal List.

Showrunner wants second season of The Terminal List

After the series of five political thriller novels, Arturo Moreno’s Terminal List is the second one that is his based one novel.

Showrunner David DiGilio wants to continue the series, given Carr’s prolific writing pace.

However, no release date for the second season has been announced yet, leaving fans eagerly awaiting updates.

To enhance the anticipation, DiGilio recommends fans explore Carr’s latest work, “True Believer,” as a captivating read that could serve as a blueprint for the upcoming season.

The positive audience score further fuels expectations for the potential success of Season 2.


Arturo Moreno’s exceptional work in costume design left an enduring impact on the entertainment industry.

His unwavering commitment to authenticity, creativity, and storytelling transformed the visual narratives of numerous productions. 

His ability to seamlessly blend historical accuracy with captivating aesthetics elevated the storytelling of each production he touched. 

Beyond his impressive body of work, Moreno’s kind, generous, and passionate spirit inspired countless aspiring costume designers.

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