The fifth season of SEAL Team has been ordered on May 18, 2021, then was premiered on October 10, 2021 and has been concluded on January 23, 2022. This is also the first season planning to moved from CBS into streaming service of Paramount+.
The number in the \"No. overall\" column refers to the episode's number within the overall series, whereas the number in the \"No. in season\" column refers to the episode's number within this particular season. \"Production code\" refers to the order in which the episodes were produced while \"U.S. viewers (millions)\" refers to the number of viewers in the U.S. in millions who watched the episode as it was aired.
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; if a deal were reached, the series would air some of its fifth season episodes on CBS before moving to Paramount+. Four days later, the deal was finalized.
On May 19, 2021, it was announced that the series would air the first four episodes on Sundays at 10:00 PM ET timeslot after NCIS: Los Angeles. On July 12, 2021, it was revealed that the season would premiere on October 10, 2021. Afterwards, the later ten episodes would stream on Paramount+.
SEAL Team Season 5 Episode 8 picked up in the aftermath of a mission gone wrong, and thanks to the non-linear way of telling what really happened, we learned Jason was responsible for a building with his team exploding.
Jason is understandably in a stage of denial because he won't want his day-to-day life changing, and relinquishing control of the team might seem like the end of the world for him, but this latest mission proved there needs to be some change.
Jason is a liability at this stage, and if people continue to enable him, there's no telling where this might land. I hope someone notifies command at the top of SEAL Team Season 5 Episode 9. That's the only way for such a big plot to gather steam.
Ray: The op was a success. Jason; My whole team was injured, Ray. It was supposed to be a straightforward, capture-kill op. Ray: Brother, you and I both know there is nothing straightforward about this line of work.
Even though the hour was peppered with severe topics, the team still managing to have some fun highlighted the bond between these men. Racing around the hospital in wheelchairs and making Trent think he had been out for much longer brought some joy to the dire events unfolding.
Jason is so fiercely protective of Bravo Team that he couldn't even tell the truth about Ray when he was confronted. This is such a big red flag, and if it comes out, the team as we know it will be over.
Jason knows fine well what he had to give up to be a member of the Bravo team, and the effect it had on his personal life. He may not want that for Emma, but she can choose Brad if she wants at the end of the day. She's an adult.
\"What's Past is Prologue\" felt like the end of a chapter and the beginning of something new. It felt like a season -- or series -- finale in that all of the characters reached pivotal points in life with some big decisions to make.
Season 5 of the Paramount+ drama \"SEAL Team\" ended with a cliffhanger, as the team was ambushed on a mission to Mali. Clay Spenser (played by Max Thieriot) and Jason Hayes (David Boreanaz) were injured, and viewers didn't know whether they'd survive.
The episode also featured scenes from a baby shower for Clay's wife, Stella (Alona Tal). Their son, Brian, was born healthy, and Clay also worked out his differences with Sonny Quinn (A.J. Buckley) before heading out on the mission. Before the team headed out on the mission, Clay told Jason that this would be his final mission, because he wanted to devote his time to his wife and new son.
Hayes and Spenser were hit just before the episode ended. Jason took one in the shoulder, and Clay took shrapnel in his eye. When the episode streamed, there was no word about whether the show would be renewed for season 6, and that scene could have been the last we saw of \"SEAL Team.\"
Now there's word that Thieriot is set to star in the CBS pilot \"Cal Fire\" as Bode Donovan, a man who looks to shorten his prison sentence and find redemption by joining a firefighting team in his Northern California hometown.
CBS will announce its fall series lineup in May. There's no word yet as to when \"SEAL Team\" might return to Paramount+ or when the show plans to start production on season 6. We'll update you once we get more information.
If the North Koreans know about Kwan, they might know about Bravo, the team realizes, which could explain the extra men at the substation. With the op compromised, they have to move out. But then the four at the substation get separated: Clay and Brock under a grate, with guards above them, and Jason and Sonny hiding in the shadows, with another guard very close by smoking. Uh-oh! (But we see how this could likely end: with Ray saving the others, including Sonny, alleviating his concerns.)
The series, starring David Boreanaz as Master Chief Special Warfare Operator Jason Hayes of the US Navy SEALs, fell off Canadian radar screens after a few episodes aired at the start of this fifth season.
The good news is that after a three month or so wait, during which time even past season episodes went AWOL on the streamer, Canadians can now catch up with all the Season 5 SEAL Team episodes on Paramount+ Canada.
I am so disappointed that CBC and Global allowed this to happen with the Seal team show. Seriously what does it take to get respect from these Corporations who move shows to another location with additional cost. I truly will miss the show as I will not be subscribing to Paramount plus or Discovery Canada and have nothing nice to say about CBC.
The fifth episode will drop overnight on Paramount+ on Monday, November 1, after the fourth airs on CBS on October 31. Then, starting with Episode 6 on November 7, the rest of the season will be released weekly on Sundays.
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Max Thieriot's Clay Spenser was one of SEAL Team's most popular characters. When a sixth season came to Paramount+, it seemed like Clay's future alongside on Team Bravo was pretty secure. However, the news that Thieriot was starring in a new TV project threw that future into doubt.
Since 2022, Thieriot has played the main character on Fire Country, a series for CBS from Jerry Bruckheimer Television. The drama tells the story of a young convict who earns a second chance when he joins a program that puts prisoners and firefighters together. Thieriot co-wrote the pilot episode and is among the show's executive producers. When it was revealed the actor was also going to take on the lead role, it had SEAL Team fans worried that Clay's about to be killed off between seasons like Linda Reagan on Blue Bloods or Leslie Shay on Chicago Fire. Given his two conflicting roles, fans wondered if Max Thieriot would leave SEAL Team and if his character would meet a horrible fate.
In the SEAL Team Season 5 finale, Clay informed his fellow Bravo Team members that their mission to Mali would be his last. He was planning on transferring back to Green Team in order to spend more time with his wife, Stella, and their newborn son, Brian. However, during that mission, Bravo was ambushed by a hail of RPGs, with the screen fading to black. Clay's fate -- and that of his entire team -- was up in the air.
All of this, of course, was contingent on whether Fire Country ended up getting picked up by CBS. The series eventually moved past the pilot stage and was recently renewed for a second season, so obviously, it was a hit with fans. But the growing success of the CBS series meant Thieriot had to bow out of his original series at some point, and he met his death in the eighth episode of SEAL Team Season 6 after being shot. Despite Max Thieriot leaving SEAL Team, showrunner Spencer Hudnut is confident that the show will continue to portray hope and victory in a show about war and loss in Season 7.
Clay's \"SEAL Team\" death will reverberate as a major emotional chapter for stars David Boreanaz (Jason Hayes) and Neil Brown Jr. (Ray Perry) for the rest of the season. Cast members have texted Thieriot snippets of upcoming episodes showing the painful fall-out, and the team supporting Clay's family. It's touching as well as strange for the actor.
In 2017, \"Angel\" and \"Bones\" actor David Boreanaz debuted in the lead role of \"SEAL Team,\" a CBS drama centered on an team of Navy SEAL soldiers. \"SEAL Team\" is something of a counterpoint to \"NCIS,\" another popular CBS series, in that the protagonists of both \"NCIS\" and \"SEAL Team\" work for the Navy, making the latter a natural choice for fans of the former. Since its premiere, the series has continued to air at a consistent rate, averaging one season per year through its fifth, which began in 2021 (via IMDb).
ABC's Wednesday Premieres Return Above their May FinalesABC Wednesday Prime (8-11pm - 5.8 million and 1.5/6 in AD18-49): ABC ranked #2 on season premiere Wednesday in Adults 18-49 (1.5/6-tied w/CBS) to an Empire-driven Fox, beating NBC's premieres by 15% (1.3/5). ABC's Modern Family ranked as Wednesday's #2 TV show, coming within 3-tenths of Empire's premiere in Adults 18-49 (2.1/8 vs. 2.4/10). In addition, ABC's 8pm Wednesday lead-off The Goldbergs (1.8/8) beat out all 6 of the CBS and NBC premieres/debuts on the night, outdelivering CBS' Survivor (1.7/7), Seal Team (1.5/6) and Criminal Minds (1.3/5), as well as NBC's The Blacklist (1.1/5), Law & Order: SVU (1.4/5) and Chicago PD (1.3/5). Each of ABC's Wednesday comedies returned ahead of their L+SD results for their season finales in May. At 8pm opposite Fox's Empire, ABC's The Goldbergs opener took 2nd in Adults 18-49 (1.8/8), beating CBS' Survivor in the half-hour by 6% (1.7/8). The Goldbergs was up from its May finale by 15% in Total Viewers and by 29% in Adults 18-49, delivering its best results since March topping its final 8 original telecasts last season with young adults - since 3/29/17 and 3/1/17, respectively. At 8:30pm against the second half hours of Empire and Survivor, ABC's Speechless topped NBC's The Blacklist premiere in the half-hour by 27% in Adults 18-49 (1.4/6 vs. 1.1/4). Speechless grew over its May finale by 11% in Total Viewers and by 17% in Adults 18-49, delivering biggest audience since since February- since 2/22/17. At 9pm, ABC's Modern Family won its half-hour among Adults 18-49 (2.1/8), dominating Fox's Star premiere by 11% (1.9/7), CBS' Seal Team debut by 40% (1.5/6) and NBC's L&O: SVU opener by 50% (1.4/5). Modern Family surged over its May finale by 11% in Total Viewers and by 24% in Adults 18-49, earning its top numbers since mid-February - since 2/15/17 and 2/8/17, respectively. At 9:30pm, moving from Tuesday last season to Wednesday this season, ABC's American Housewife ran neck and neck for #1 in its slot with Adults 18-49 (1.6/6) with Star (1.7/6), beating the second half-hours of CBS' Seal Team (1.5/5) and NBC's L&O: SVU (1.4/5). American Housewife shot up from its May finale on Tuesday by 27% in Total Viewers and by 33% in Adults 18-49, matching its highest rating in nearly 1-year and topping its last 13 originals in Adults 18-49 - since 10/18/16. In the 10 o'clock hour, ABC's Designated Survivor sophomore season premiere is projected to win the hour once TV Playback is included. Setting TV playback records throughout its freshman season run, ABC's Designated Survivor closed out last season as TV's #1 10 o'clock series in Adults 18-49 (2.9/11 in Live + 7 Day). In fact, the ABC freshman drama was the 2016-17 season's top gainer in TV playback among Adults 18-49, shooting up by +142% in L+7 over its L+SD rating. Designated Survivor grew 8% from its Live + Same Day May finale in Total Viewers (5.5 million vs. 5.1 million) and held exactly even in Adults 18-49 (1.1/5), drawing its biggest audience since March - since 3/15/17. Quick Take for Wednesday, September 27, 2017 (Fast Affiliate Live + Same Day Ratings)ABC Earns 2nd on Season Premiere Wednesday in Adults 18-49 With Each of Its Comedies Returning Above Their May FinalesOn Its Move to Wednesday, 'American Housewife' Hits a Near 1-Year High'Designated Survivor' Returns With Its Most Watched Telecast Since MarchWednesday (9/27/17) - ABC Total Viewer and Adult 18-49 Projections Plus MP+35 Rtg: \"The Goldbergs\": L3 = 7.3 million/2.3 rtg, L7 = 7.8 million/2.6 rtg and MP+35 = 2.7 rtg\"Speechless\": L3 = 6.2 million/1.8 rtg, L7 = 6.7 million/2.0 rtg and MP+35 = 2.1 rtg\"Modern Family\": L3 = 9.3 million/3.0 rtg, L7 = 10.3 million/3.5 rtg and MP+35 = 4.4 rtg\"American Housewife\": L3 = 7.1 million/2.1 rtg, L7 = 7.8 million/2.3 rtg and MP+35 = 3.2 rtg\"Designated Survivor\": L3 = 8.3 million/1.9 rtg, L7 = 9.6 million/2.3 rtg and MP+35 = 2.7 rtgLive + Same Day Results:ABC Wednesday Prime (8:00-11:00 p.m. - 5.8 million and 1.5/6 in AD18-49): ABC ranked No. 2 on season premiere Wednesday in Adults 18-49 (1.5/6-tied w/CBS) to an \"Empire\"-driven Fox, beating NBC's premieres by 15% (1.3/5). ABC's \"Modern Family\" was Wednesday's No. 2 TV show, coming within 3-tenths of \"Empire\"'s premiere in Adults 18-49 (2.1/8 vs. 2.4/10). In addition, ABC's 8:00 p.m. Wednesday lead-off \"The Goldbergs\" (1.8/8) beat out all 6 of the CBS and NBC premieres/debuts on the night, outdelivering CBS' \"Survivor\" (1.7/7), \"Seal Team\" (1.5/6) and \"Criminal Minds\" (1.3/5), as well as NBC's \"The Blacklist\" (1.1/5), \"Law & Order: SVU\" (1.4/5) and \"Chicago P.D.\" (1.3/5). Each of ABC's Wednesday comedies returned above their season finales in May.At 8:00 p.m. opposite Fox's \"Empire,\" ABC's \"The Goldbergs\" opener took 2nd in Adults 18-49 (1.8/8), beating CBS' \"Survivor\" in the half-hour by 6% (1.7/8). \"The Goldbergs\" was up from its May finale by 15% in Total Viewers and by 29% in Adults 18-49, delivering its best results since March by topping its final 8 original telecasts last season with young adults - since 3/29/17 and 3/1/17, respectively.At 8:30 p.m. against the second half-hours of \"Empire\" and \"Survivor,\" ABC's \"Speechless\" topped NBC's \"The Blacklist\" premiere in the half-hour by 27% in Adults 18-49 (1.4/6 vs. 1.1/4). \"Speechless\" grew over its May finale by 11% in Total Viewers and by 17% in Adults 18-49, delivering its largest audience since February - since 2/22/17.At 9:00 p.m., ABC's \"Modern Family\" won its half-hour among Adults 18-49 (2.1/8), besting Fox's \"Star\" premiere by 11% (1.9/7), CBS' \"Seal Team\" debut by 40% (1.5/6) and NBC's \"L&O: SVU\" opener by 50% (1.4/5). \"Modern Family\" surged over its May finale by 11% in Total Viewers and by 24% in Adults 18-49, earning its top numbers since mid-February - since 2/15/17 and 2/8/17, respectively.At 9:30 p.m., moving from Tuesday last season to Wednesday this season, ABC's \"American Housewife\" ran neck-and-neck for No. 1 in its slot with \"Star\" in Adults 18-49 (1.6/6 vs. 1.7/6), beating the second half-hours of CBS' \"Seal Team\" (1.5/5) and NBC's \"L&O: SVU\" (1.4/5). \"American Housewife\" shot up from its May finale on Tuesday by 27% in Total Viewers and by 33% in Adults 18-49, matching its highest rating in nearly 1-year and topping its last 13 originals in Adults 18-49 - since 10/18/16.In the 10 o'clock hour, ABC's \"Designated Survivor\" sophomore season premiere is projected to win the hour once TV Playback is included. Setting TV playback records throughout its freshman season run, ABC's \"Designated Survivor\" closed out last season as TV's No. 1 10 o'clock series in Adults 18-49 (2.9/11 in Live + 7 Day). In fact, the ABC freshman drama was the 2016-17 season's top gainer in TV playback among Adults 18-49, shooting up by +142% in L+7 over its L+SD rating. \"Designated Survivor\" grew 8% from its Live + Same Day May finale in Total Viewers (5.5 million vs. 5.1 million) and held exactly even in Adults 18-49 (1.1/5), drawing its biggest audience since March - since 3/15/17. Projections Rationale: Lifts vs. L+SD are based on 2016-17 season averages for originals (excluding the premiere). Returning shows: Profile based on same show (either premiere or averages for originals).New Series: Based on similar series. Source: The Nielsen Company, Fast Affiliate Live + Same Day Ratings for 9/27/17. 59ce067264