The military drama will return later this year.
January 18, 2023
Paramount+ announced today that SEAL Team has been picked up for a seventh season. The news comes two months after the military drama wrapped Season 6, which was its first full season at its new streaming home after moving from its original network, CBS, during Season 5.
On the air since 2017, the series has had an impressive run. While it was seen as on the bubble for renewal while on CBS back in 2021, a move to Paramount+ helped prolong its run, which surpassed the 100-episode mark last year.
"We look forward to bringing SEAL TEAM fans even more of the series' poignant storylines and thrilling missions with the upcoming seventh season," said Tanya Giles, chief programming officer of Paramount Streaming. "The series continues to evolve and grow its audience. It is a great example of the types of programming that we see resonate with our subscribers."
SEAL Team follows an elite unit of Navy SEALs composed of a tight-knit group of patriots with fearless dedication. Deployed on clandestine ops around the world, its members embark on these dangerous, high-stakes missions knowing the toll it takes on themselves and their families.
Look for Season 7 of SEAL Team this fall.
Target acquired: Season 7 of #SEALTeam is coming to #ParamountPlus. pic.twitter.com/AoAfZHRaos— SEAL Team (@SEALTeam_pplus) January 18, 2023
But what will be the outcome in season 7? Probably the whole issue will get swept under the rug and ignored after a couple of episodes and it will be business as usual. Let's face it, these are highly trained individuals with years of experience. That's why they succeed. They're irreplaceable. The military is forced to use them up because you just can't get replacements out of boot camp. I don't know if a season 7 will be worth it.
I am glad it is renewed because it is the ONLY show on TV that depicts our great Military in a positive way.
Max is the executive producer and inputs his writing skills for his new show, which has been renewed, Fire Country. I watch it but the plot line is always the same every week. Max is the villain and then he is the hero, all in one hour.
Also, he happens to be married and had two kids.
He doesn't need to be on two shows.
The show won't last.
Glad Seal Team does deal with depression, worthlessness after an injury, PTSD, etc. Many people in our country live in some type of dream world and do know or care to find out what our military personnel endure, plus what their loved ones go thru.
Love to see the draft come back in and then all the so-called know-it-all millenials females, can sign up at 18. Oh, wouldn't that make the headlines.
Everyone complains but very few want to put in the hard work to make our country safe. Sniffy is letting anything that can walk or crawl into our country. I am sure they are rushing to get those low paying job. They are here for a free meal ticket.
Ever notice the few pics of the border. They all have I- phones, most of them are boys/men, the women look like they have not missed a meal, there clothes are clean, etc.
Trying crossing the border into the countries in Asia----ba bye.
And no, he was not becoming a drag on the show. He was a part of the team just like any of the other members. Hes the only one who had the guts to step up and confront Jason about his head. That took guts and trust.He earned his spot. Which is why his death was so cheap in the end.
I still dont trust Omar either. Im waiting for him to rat out Jason about his TBI.
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