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SEAL Team (TV series)

2017 American military action drama television series

SEAL Team is an American military drama television series created by Benjamin Cavell.[1] The series is produced by CBS Studios, and began airing on CBS on September 27, 2017.[2]

The series follows an elite unit of United States Navy SEALs portrayed by David Boreanaz, Max Thieriot, Jessica Paré, Neil Brown Jr., A. J. Buckley, and Toni Trucks. On May 9, 2019, CBS renewed the series for a third season,[3] which premiered on October 2, 2019.[4] In May 2020, the series was renewed for a fourth season which premiered on December 2, 2020.[5][6] In May 2021, it was announced the series was renewed for a fifth season and will be moving to Paramount+. The fifth season premiered on October 10, 2021.[7]

Overview[edit]

The series follows Bravo Team, a sub-unit of the United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group,[8][9][10] the most elite unit of Navy SEALs, as they plan and undertake dangerous missions worldwide with little notice, and the burden placed on them and their families.

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of SEAL Team episodes

Cast and characters[edit]

Main article: List of SEAL Team characters

  • David Boreanaz as Master Chief Special Warfare Operator[note A] Jason Hayes a.k.a. Bravo 1/1B, leader of a Navy SEAL team (Bravo Team) dealing with the recent loss of one of their own.[13]
  • Max Thieriot as Special Warfare Operator Second Class Clay Spenser a.k.a. Bravo 6/6B, a second-generation Navy SEAL in training for Tier One status who is questioned as to his readiness for combat.[13] He becomes a member of Bravo Team at the end of "The Exchange", and twice briefly served as the team's second-in-command.
  • Jessica Paré as Amanda "Mandy" Ellis (seasons 1–4),[13] Bravo Team's CIA liaison. Due to her actions of giving up the location of a CIA asset in "My Life for Yours", Mandy is demoted from her rank of officer and is now serving as an interrogator for the CIA.[14]
  • Neil Brown Jr. as Chief Warrant Officer 2 Raymond "Ray" Perry, formerly Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator, a.k.a. Bravo 2/2B, Jason's most trusted friend and the longest tenured member of the team.[13] Ray is promoted to Chief Warrant Officer 2 in episode 3 of season 4.
  • A. J. Buckley as Special Warfare Operator First Class Sonny Quinn a.k.a. Bravo 3/3B, a loyal but sometimes volatile SEAL who is at his best in firefights and prefers them over a leadership position.[13]
  • Toni Trucks as Lieutenant (junior grade) Lisa Davis, formerly Logistics SpecialistFirst Class, then Ensign.[13] and, since season 3, a DEVGRU Intelligence Officer assigned primarily to Bravo Team.
  • Judd Lormand as Commander formerly Lieutenant Commander Eric Blackburn, formerly Bravo Team's commanding officer, promoted to Executive Officer of DEVGRU during season 4 (recurring season 1; main season 2–4[15]; guest star season 4–present).
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Production[edit]

Development[edit]

Following the success of History Channel's Six, on January 27, 2017, it was announced that CBS had given the pilot order for another Navy SEAL project.[16] The episode was written and authored by Benjamin Cavell who was expected to be an executive producer, alongside Ed Redlich, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly, Christopher Chulack. Production companies involved with the pilot include Chulack Productions, East 25 C, Timberman/Beverly Productions and CBS Television Studios. On May 12, 2017, CBS officially ordered the pilot to series.[17] A few days later, it was announced that the series, now titled SEAL Team, would premiere by September 27, 2017 and air on Wednesdays at 9:00 P.M.

The series received a full-season order on October 12, 2017, bringing the first season to a total of 22 episodes.[18] On March 27, 2018, CBS renewed the series for a second season[19] which premiered on October 3, 2018.[20] On May 22, 2018, it was reported that both Cavell and Redlich were exiting their roles as executive producer and showrunner, and John Glenn replacing him as showrunner.[21] On May 6, 2020, CBS renewed the series for a fourth season,[5] which premiered on December 2, 2020.[6] On May 14, 2021, it was reported the series was undergoing talks to move to the streaming service Paramount+ if renewed for a fifth season;[22] if a deal were reached, the series would air some of its fifth season episodes on CBS before moving to Paramount+.[23] Four days later, the deal was finalized.[24] The fifth season premiered on October 10, 2021.[7]

Casting[edit]

On March 14, 2017 it was announced that Jim Caviezel would topline CBS' then-untitled Navy SEAL drama pilot[25] but on March 22, 2017, it was announced that David Boreanaz had been cast in the pilot's lead role of Jason, replacing Caviezel.[13] On March 8, 2017, it was reported that A.J. Buckley would play Sonny.[26] On August 15, 2018 it was reported that Judd Lormand had been upgraded to series regular for season 2.[15] On August 8, 2018, it was announced that Michael McGrady and Ruffin Prentiss would recur as Captain Harrington and Summer Kairos in the series' second season.[27] On July 10, 2019, it was reported that Jamie McShane and Rudy Dobrev were cast in recurring roles for the third season.[28] On August 7, 2019, Emily Swallow was cast in a recurring capacity for the third season.[29] On January 27, 2021, Shiva Negar joined the cast in a recurring role for the fourth season.[30]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 70% based on 23 reviews, with an average rating of 5.66/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "SEAL Team's solidly written first season offers compelling characters and hints at broader potential, even if it's somewhat undermined by an overall sense of predictability."[31]Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 57 out of 100 based on 16 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[32]

Ratings[edit]

  • Note: The fourteenth episode of the first season and third season finale aired out of their regular timeslots, at Wednesday 10 pm.

Accolades[edit]

Home media[edit]

See also[edit]

For broader coverage of this topic, see United States Navy SEALs in popular culture.

References[edit]

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‘SEAL Team’ & ‘Clarice’ To Move From CBS To Paramount+; Military Drama To Get Network Sendoff

In what could be a glimpse of the future of a symbiotic relationship between broadcast networks and their streaming siblings, I hear two high-profile CBS drama series on the bubble, SEAL Team, and Clarice, will be moving to Paramount+ next season.

The deals are still being finalized but I hear the David Boreanaz-starring military drama, which is wrapping its fourth season, will kick off its fifth season on CBS next fall and air its first several episodes — likely four — on the broadcast network before migrating to Paramount+. Freshman Clarice‘s second season will stream exclusively on Paramount+. Reps for the streamer and CBS Studios, which produces both series, declined comment.

Already seen with the moves of A.P. Bio from NBC to Peacock, Search Party from TBS to HBO Max and Younger from TV land to Paramount+, broadcast/basic cable series, owned or co-owned by the net’s parent company, are being able to extend their runs by moving to a sibling streamer. SEAL Team and Clarice may not be the only examples this year, with NBC’s Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist eying a move to Peacock, ABC’s For Life to Hulu.

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For CBS, it came down to shelf space, as the network already has picked up three new franchise dramas for next season, offshoots from CSI, NCIS and FBI, in addition to medical drama Good Sam. CBS also has been diversifying its schedule, decreasing its reliance on expensive scripted series and adding more unscripted fare to the mix.

Additionally, ViacomCBS has been strategic about switching platforms to maximize a series’ potential as seen with the recent moves of Younger as well as Halo from Showtime to Paramount+ and CBS Studios’ The Man Who Fell To Earth from Paramount+ to Showtime.

SEAL Team is very well liked creatively by CBS brass, it has a devoted fan following and enjoys strong support among veterans. The biggest challenge for the show’s renewal was its very high price tag.

There was a desire to get one more season on CBS, which would bring its run to 100 episodes, making its library more valuable for downstream sales. (Because of its U.S. military subject, SEAL Team is not a hot commodity in all international markets the way a crime procedural like NCIS or CSI is.)

A move to Paramount+ is considered a lot more beneficial; it would give the show better prospects for a longer run. CBS procedurals, like SEAL Team, do very well on streaming platforms, as evidenced by Criminal Minds and NCIS repeats on Netflix regularly appearing in the Nielsen weekly Top 10 streaming rankings. (Those shows also are available on Paramount+ and do well there too.)

Additionally, SEAL Team has passionate CBS audience some of whom may not be familiar with Paramount+ but who would follow their favorite show there, potentially bringing new viewers to the platform.

SEAL Team is the highest rated among the remaining CBS series whose fate had not been decided. It is averaging 6.5 million viewers on CBS this season.

With delayed viewing, Clarice is averaging 6.1 million viewers on CBS but in Live+Same Day, it has been the lowest rated and least watched series on the broadcast network. However, the serialized drama, a sequel to TheSilence Of the Lambs, has been a strong performer on Paramount+. It is a tailor-made show for streaming.

Additionally, Clarice comes from CBS Studios’ top producer Alex Kurtzman, who helped build Paramount+ predecessor CBS All Access with the Star Trek universe whose continuous expansion he is overseeing.

Clarice comes from CBS Studios, MGM Television and Kurtzman’s Secret Hideout. It is exec produced by Kurtzman, Heather Kadin and Jenny Lumet with Elizabeth Klaviter as showrunner.

The series follows Starling (Rebecca Breeds) as she returns to the field in 1993, six months after the events of The Silence of the Lambs. Marnee Carpenter, Michael Cudlitz, Kal Penn, Lucca De Oliveira, Nick Sandow, Devyn A. Tyler also star.

Created by Benjamin Cavell, SEAL Team follows an elite unit of United States Navy SEALs, Bravo Team, a sub-unit of the U.S. Naval Special Warfare Development Group. Its cast also includes Max Thieriot, Neil Brown Jr., A.J Buckley and Toni Trucks. Spencer Hudnut, Christopher Chulack, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly and Boreanaz executive produce.

A month ago, star and EP Boreanaz urged CBS to renew the show in an Instagram post after the network renewed series including CSI, Blue Bloods, Bull, Magnum P.I. and S.W.A.T.

 

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SEAL Team will deploy its first new episode to Paramount+ not long at all after airing its CBS finale.

As previously reported, SEAL Team Season 5 will premiere on CBS on Sunday, Oct. 10 at 10/9c. Episode 4 is thus set to air on CBS Sunday, Oct. 31, and following the West Coast broadcast, Episode 5 will be available to stream on Paramount+.

Subsequent new episodes will be released weekly on Paramount+, every Sunday.

Teasing the double-episode hand-off, in which Bravo Team is sent to Africa to react to a mass casualty terrorist attack, showrunner Spencer Hudnut told TVLine, “Not only are they going off on a mission unlike any they’ve done before, but a mission that will also include some personal elements that will impact each and every operator. We’re going to go out with a bang for sure — and then start [on Paramount+] with an even bigger bang.”

SEAL Team‘s transition to Paramount+ streaming service was officially announced in mid-May.

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Military Drama 'SEAL Team' Is Back For Season 5 — Will It Air on CBS? It's Complicated

Fans of primetime action-packed dramas and crime shows, such as NCISand Magnum P.I., have likely been tuning in to CBS's SEAL Teamsince its premiere in 2017. Created by Benjamin Cavell, the show follows elite Navy SEALs as they embark on some of the most dangerous, stressful, and high-stakes missions out there, finding themselves enduring pressure and loads of drama in the process.

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With TV stars like Max Thieriot, known for his work in Bates Motel, and David Boreanaz, who played Bones' co-protagonist, Agent Seeley Joseph Booth, for 12 years, SEAL Team was set up to win the hearts and attention of primetime television lovers. The series' fifth season is just around the corner, with a premiere date of Oct. 10, 2021. Though you'd think Season 5 episodes would air on CBS, as per usual, it's a bit more complicated this season.

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Will Season 5 of 'SEAL Team' air on CBS?

Good question, we're here to settle some of the confusion. The season's first four episodes will air on CBS on Oct. 10, 17, 24, and 31. But after that, the series will say goodbye to its original home of CBS. Beginning with Episode 5, viewers can watch SEAL Team on Paramount Plus, which kind of blows if you don't already have a subscription. We're experiencing a transformative era for TV viewing, folks.

But David Boreanaz defended the series' move to Paramount Plus in a statement. “I know we’ll be able to take our show to a deeper, darker place as far as storytelling is concerned. You have the ability to be a little bit more creative and you definitely have more screen time," David, who's also one of the show's executive producers, explained to TV Insider.

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These are valid points considering primetime network television is often limited by censorship, competitive time slots, marketing, etc. Streaming services are where it's at if you're in need of explicit television.

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How did 'SEAL Team' leave off last season?

SEAL Team's Season 4 finale left fans gasping for air, as Full Metal, played by Scott Foxx (who has experience as a real Navy SEAL), died by way of fatal injuries he endured taking on the role of a hero and saving his team from an RPG in Nigeria. It was quite the bombshell to drop. Not only that, but Ray Perry (Neil Brown Jr.) got candid about suffering from PTSD, Clay Spenser (Max Thieriot) proposed to Stella Baxter (Alona Tal), and Jason Hayes (David Boreanaz) revealed he was experiencing mysterious headaches.

The Season 4 finale left fans with a mix of shocking conclusions and edge-of-your-seat cliffhangers. The Season 5 premiere, "Trust, But Verify: Part 1," will follow the Navy SEALs as they discover that their training exercise is actually a cover for a secret mission to rescue a weapons expert from tremendous danger, according to the available plot description.

The Season 5 premiere of SEAL Team airs Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021, at 10 p.m. EST on CBS.

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SEAL Team is a military drama that follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, plan, and execute the most dangerous, high-stakes missions our country can ask of them. Jason Hayes is the respected, intense leader of the Tier One team whose home life has suffered as a result of his extensive warrior's existence. His team includes his trusted confidant, Ray Perry, the longest-tenured operator with whom Jason shares an ingrained shorthand; Sonny Quinn, an exceptional, loyal soldier with a checkered past who still combats self-destructive tendencies; and Clay Spenser, a young, multilingual, second-generation SEAL with insatiable drive and dedication. Vital to the team's success are troop commander Lt. Cdr. Eric Blackburn, who serves as a leader and confidant both on and off the battlefield; CIA analyst Mandy Ellis, who has sacrificed everything in her drive to root out evil and take down terrorists; and Ensign Lisa Davis, a no-nonsense, take-charge officer. Deployed on clandestine missions worldwide at a moment's notice, and knowing the toll it takes on them and their families, this tight-knit SEAL team displays unwavering patriotism and fearless dedication even in the face of overwhelming odds.

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