CBS has decided to order a final season of the fan-favorite drama.
May 8, 2023
S.W.A.T. is coming back for a seventh season after all. Just three days after unexpectedly cancelling the veteran drama, CBS has reversed its decision in another surprising move. Star Shemar Moore took to Instagram this afternoon with news that the network has ordered a seventh and final season comprised of 13 episodes.
"We have listened to our viewers and their outpouring of passion for SWAT and we have reached an agreement to renew it for a final season of 13 episodes to air during the 2023-2024 broadcast year," CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach and Sony Pictures TV Studios president Katherine Pope said in a joint statement. "SWAT has aired for six seasons on CBS and garnered a devoted following. We are pleased that we found a way to bring it back and give closure to the show's storylines and characters, which audiences deserve. Once again, we appreciate the talents and efforts of the cast, writers, producers and crew and everyone who has contributed to the success of SWAT. We look forward to its return next season."
Moore stars in the Los Angeles-based series, which follows a former Marine tasked with running a specialized tactical unit that acts as the city's last stop in law enforcement. Raised on the streets, he is torn between his loyalty to his roots and his allegiance to his new brothers in blue as he works to bridge the divide between his two worlds.
I watch very little new shows until it goes into a few seasons because of canceling without closure.
The quality of the show overall has degraded, the main storylines are still pretty decent most episodes, but as they've gone on they have worked way too much woke into the show and so many of the secondary plots just make me cringe.
Still, there are a number of actors in the show I like and characters, so I hope to see their stories wrapped up.
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