SEAL Team, the fan-favorite military drama, returns this weekend with a brand-new season on Sunday, September 18, at 3:01 a.m. ET on Paramount+.
The series, developed by Benjamin Cavell, delves into the professional and personal lives of the Navy SEALs’ most elite groups as they embark on some of the country’s most high-stakes missions. Here’s everything SEAL Team fans should know about the next season.
Everything we know about Season 6 Episode 1 of SEAL Team
SEAL Team Season 6 will premiere on Paramount+ on Sunday, September 18, at 3:01 a.m. ET, with the first episode titled Low Impact.
It will have ten episodes and will star David Boreanaz as Jason Hayes, Max Thieriot as Clay Spenser, Neil Brown Jr. as Raymond “Ray” Perry, AJ Buckley as Sonny Quinn, Toni Trucks as Lisa Davis, and Raffi Barsoumian as Omar Hamza, among others.
According to the official season preview for the upcoming season:
“SEAL Team” is a military drama that follows the professional and personal lives of the Navy SEALs’ most elite squad as they train, plan, and execute the most dangerous, high-stakes missions our country can throw at them.
Jason Hayes is the respected and fearless captain of the Tier One team, whose personal life has suffered as a result of his long warrior lifestyle.”
Hayes’ team includes Ray Perry, Sonny Quinn, Clay Spenser, and Omar Hamza. The summary goes on to say:
“Lieutenant Lisa Davis, a no-nonsense, commanding officer, is vital to the team’s success. This close-knit SEAL unit exhibits undying patriotism and heroic determination in the face of huge circumstances by being sent on secret operations throughout the world at a moment’s notice, despite the toll it takes on them and their families.”
The series’ recurring cast members include Tyler Grey as Trent Sawyer, Justin Melnick as Brock Reynolds, Alona Tal as Stella Baxter, Kerri Medders as Emma Hayes, Parisa Fakhri as Naima Perry, C.
Thomas Howell as Ash Spenser, Maximiliano Hernández as Carl Dryden, Mike Wade as Wes Soto, and Rachel Boston as Hannah Oliver.
Season 5’s conclusion recap
The season 5 finale of SEAL Team, titled All Bravo Stations, aired on January 23, 2022. It was directed by Christopher Chulack and written by Spencer Hudnut. The Bravo Team was in danger when the cops closed in on them in the episode.
Davis was granted permission to travel into Colombia after the gang climbed beneath a bridge. Davis was assigned a different assignment when they returned home as a result of what happened in her report.
She was ecstatic to be able to help with inequities in the Navy. Meanwhile, Jason apologized to his daughter and they reached an arrangement.
He approached Mandy, and despite her surprise at seeing him, she reconciled with him. They decided to make amends and repair their friendship.
Ray was taken aback to learn that the veteran had died, but he was determined to keep the shelter open. Sonny tried to apologize to Clay, but he ignored him and continued about his business.
He informed Jason that he would be departing following the completion of the next assignment. Everyone was summoned to apprehend an ISIS member.
Clay accepted Sonny’s apologies, but their car was destroyed before they could truly make amends. The entire team was in danger. Sonny and Jason were covered in blood, and three men had fired RPGs at them.
Check out the trailer for the upcoming season
Last month, the official trailer for SEAL Team season 6 premiered, providing fans with a taste of what’s to come. The video was unpleasant for the faint of heart, especially for Clay’s followers who witnessed him being removed from the scene of the Mali bombing.
Soon after, Stella appeared to receive two distinct door knocks, each bearing a different piece of awful news. Clay, on the other hand, was spotted conscious and speaking with Jason in the hospital.
SEAL Team is executive produced by CBS Studios’ Spencer Hudnut, Christopher Chulack, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly, Mark Owen, and David Boreanaz. SEAL Team will return to Paramount+ on September 18 with new episodes aired every weekend.