Paramount+ Renews SEAL Team Season 7: Anything Regarding the Film?

SEAL Team, starring David Boreanaz, has been renewed by Paramount+ for a seventh season. The Season 6 finale of the well-liked military drama, which ended on a cliffhanger, was picked up two months later.

Fans launched a social media campaign using the hashtag #RenewSEALTeam as a result of the delay, which contrasts with the Season 6 renewal, which was announced one week after the Season 5 conclusion. For the past few weeks, the hashtag #RenewSEALTeam has repeatedly trended on Twitter.

According to what I’ve heard, there was no behind-the-scenes turmoil and the delay was primarily caused by discussions about how to create the show more effectively for streaming. Due to the fact that SEAL Team was originally a broadcast drama, it makes use of sound stages and sets that were used to film 22 episodes a season for around 9 months of the year.

As the number of episodes per season has been decreased to 10 for Paramount+, storing all those sets year-round results in storage costs because they are unused for more than half the time. I’ve heard that SEAL Team has been doing the same as all producers are reportedly examining their costs in light of the current economic climate.

Paramount+ Renews SEAL Team Season 7
Paramount+ Renews SEAL Team Season 7

The SEAL Team standalone movie, announced in February of last year, just days after the Season 6 renewal, is not included in Paramount+’s announcement of the Season 7 renewal.

Beyond the creative team, which includes star/executive producer Boreanaz, executive producer Christopher Chulack, and executive producer/showrunner Spencer Hudnut, no more information has been made public regarding the project that has been approved.

Although I’ve heard the movie is still in production, there hasn’t been much discussion of it in the past year, and it doesn’t appear to be actively being worked on right now. So, it is probably safe to assume that Season 7 would take place after the events of Season 6, with no movie in between.

The final episode of season 6 had a touching scene in which Jason (Boreanaz) is being censured for discussing his TBI in public. Then everyone on his crew speaks up, recounting a terrifying incident that doubts Bravo’s future.

Tanya Giles, chief programming officer of Paramount Streaming said:

“We look forward to bringing ‘SEAL Team’ fans even more of the series’ poignant storylines and thrilling missions with the upcoming seventh season,”

 “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’s performance is unknown, as usual, but it is thought to be among the best original programs available. The most elite Navy SEAL team’s professional and personal life are followed in SEAL Team as they prepare for, organize, and carry out the riskiest, most important missions our nation can ask of them.

Together with Neil Brown Jr., AJ Buckley, Toni Trucks, and Raffi Barsoumian, who are all said to have deals for next season, Boreanaz plays as Jason Hayes, the revered and intense squad leader.

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To tie out the tale of his character, Clay Spenser, original cast member Max Thieriot, who is currently the star and executive producer of the popular new CBS series Fire Country, returned for Season 6.

Executive produced by Spencer Hudnut, Christopher Chulack, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly, Mark Owen, and Boreanaz, SEAL Team is a CBS Studios production. Paramount Global Content Distribution provides the show’s global distribution.

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