The Navy SEAL drama will return for Season 2.
February 23, 2017
History announced today that its new original series Six has been renewed for a second season. The freshman drama, which is inspired by true events, premiered last month for an eight-episode run that will conclude on March 8.
Through its first four weeks on the air, the series has delivered strong ratings for the cable network with an average of 2.9 million total viewers (Live+3). Its solid performance gives History another formidable original series to join the successful Vikings, which is going into its fifth season.
Six takes place in the high stakes world of the elite Navy Special Operations unit known as SEAL Team Six. Its members are tasked with the covert mission of eliminating a Taliban leader in Afghanistan, but the mission goes awry when they discover that a U.S. citizen is working with the terrorists.
History has ordered 10 new episodes for Season 2, up slightly from the eight airing in Season 1. Production is expected to begin this summer.
05/28/17 at 02:45pm
So happy to hear. That it coming back can't wait
03/08/17 at 12:21pm
This is my 2nd favourite new show on TV right now next to Taboo. It has an awesome story, great scenes and awesome acting. It also has one of my favourite actors in the whole world in it in Walton Goggins. What more could you ask for from a TV show? Great show!
03/02/17 at 06:14pm
@Matt maybe because they are "under cover" and trying to blend with the natives... Or Seals get leeway for being the best of the best. My two uneducated guesses.
03/02/17 at 12:52pm
I want to know how the characters in the show get away with wearing beards, having shaggy unkempt hair, and looking like bums while they are enlisted/commissioned members of the military. When I was in the Navy hair had to be cut short and beards were not allowed.
03/02/17 at 07:22am
Glad to see it's renewed, very accurate take on our SF community. However, they need to pick up the pace, it felt like half of the episodes were just filler and they are drawing out what everyone knows will happen.
02/27/17 at 01:04pm
I dunno. I like to see what the next episode is about I guess. I don't find that it spoils anything, just gives you a small taste. Same with trailers. I enjoy seeing them. Sometimes I decide from the trailer if it's worth going to see or waiting for it to be on HBO. In either scenario you don't see how its going to end, it doesn't reveal the twists, just... Well like I said, a small taste of what's to come.
02/27/17 at 10:03am
Plop- You are right. You shouldn't have to. I'm curious - if you don't mind. Since I personally feel that trailers and "next time" scenes completely ruin shows for me, what about them do you like? Also out of curiosity, do you like both trailers and "next time" scenes? You were obviously talking about TV, but I'm wondering about movies too. I find it interesting to understand different points of view, but you can certainly ignore the question if it is inappropriate to you.
02/25/17 at 04:42pm
I get it, some people don't like to see the next week scenes. I am one of the ones that do. My point was that those of us that do, shouldn't be forced to watch another show to get to see it.
02/24/17 at 08:51pm
Ditto Pope - I hate seeing what is coming. It completely ruins shows. Same goes for movie trailers. They put the few best scenes in them which leaves me with no need to watch the show.
I have never seen Vikings, but I like SIX. I'm glad for another season. I tend to like this kind of show if it is well done. I didn't even know History channel had original programming before I happened upon SIX.
02/23/17 at 05:50pm
I ALWAYS skip the "next week" stuff fro EVERY show.. and I also skip the "previously on.." stuff. 1) If I don't remember, then it wasn't THAT imperative to the show... 2) I don't want to know what's coming up. .. as for SIX.. it's okay. History doesn't have much and clearly Vikings is nearing it's end with the death of Ragnar. So, they have to fill time slots with something.
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