Jock Up! SEAL TEAM Season Six Hits Paramount+ September 18th! (Update: The Extended Trailer is Online!)

Update: The extended trailer has gone online featuring more footage from season six!

(Original Post) After the harrowing cliffhanger season finale last year, we now know a little of the fate of the men of Bravo Team as SEAL TEAM season six is ready to deploy on September 18th. Check out the rousing teaser trailer full of all the drama and military action you can handle below!

Clay’s life is hanging in the balance once again but the surviving members of Bravo must jock up as they continue their missions including infiltrating Syria which will test their mettle. Max Thieriot, who plays Bravo Six Clay Spenser, does have a new series on the horizon called Fire Country so I suspect he will be saying his goodbyes here.

It is important to note that the next season will only contain 10 episodes which is a cut down from the 14 that filled season five. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing as with a shorter season order, we could still get longer episodes and if this is what it takes to have more seasons of a show that has a big budget then so be it. Most streaming series usually contain around 10 to 15 episodes so this is par for the course. Limited episodes could ensure that we get more seasons of one of the best shows on television.

There is the movie that was announced a while back that is due to hit in the future as well. There is no real intel on the feature length film but we do know that it will be a standalone adventure.

In SEAL Team, David Boreanaz stars along with Neil Brown Jr., A.J. Buckley, Toni Trucks and Max Thieriot. The series follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, plan, and execute the most dangerous, high stakes missions our country can ask of them.

Watch the bullet riddled last scene from last season to get you properly pumped for September 18th!

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