SEAL Team is an American television drama that aired on CBS since September 27, 2017.
The series follows the most elite unit of Navy SEALs, as they plan and undertake dangerous missions worldwide with little notice, and the burden on them and their families.
- David Boreanaz as Jason Hayes (Sr. Chief Petty Officer)
- Max Theriot as Clay Spencer
- Jessica Pare as Mandy Ellis
- Neil Brown Jr. as Ray Perry
- A.J. Buckley as Sonny Quinn
- Toni Trucks as Lisa Davis
- Michaela McManus as Alana Hayes
- Daniel Gillies as Nate Massey
- Judd Lormand as Lt. Commander Eric Blackburn
- Michael Irby as Adam
- Dawn Olivieri as Amy Nelson
Seasons overview Edit
|Season||Episodes||First air date||Last air date|
|Season 1||22||September 27, 2017||May 16, 2018|
|Season 2||22||October 3, 2018|
The network received a pilot order from CBS in January 2017. In May 2017, the network was ordered the series which was name as SEAL Team. The show's creator is Benjamin Cavell. The co-executive producers and co-showrunners are Ben Cavell, Ed Redlich, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly, Chris Chulack. On July 2017, CBS released a first video trailer for new series. In June 2017, the network scrapped with Chris Chulack to direct a new pilot episode. On May 22, 2018, it was reported that both Cavell and Ed Redlich were exiting their role as executive producer and showrunner, and would remain only as consultant, with John Glenn replacing them as showrunner.
It was originally cast with Jim Caviezel as the pilot series, then on March 23, 2017, from Bones, Buffy and Angel star David Boreanaz was announced will replace Jim Caviezel after he exits the role, then he will play alongside with Max Thierot, Neil Brown Jr., A.J. Buckley, Toni Trucks and Jessica Pare.
The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 69% approval rating with an average rating of 5.75/10 based on 13 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "SEAL Team’s solidly written first season offers compelling characters and hints at broader potential, even if it's somewhat undermined by an overall sense of predictability." Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 57 out of 100 based on 14 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".