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Air Date: September 27th, 2017

Network: CBS

Series Summary
A tight-knit unit of Navy SEALs trains, plans and executes dangerous, high-stakes missions, deploying for clandestine missions around the globe at a moment's notice.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Drama, Adventure, Action, Military


  • Season 1 - Episode 9 : Rolling Dark Dec 6, 2017

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    Jason and the team rescue a Russian scientist and his wife, while Chinese and Russian Special Forces work to stop them; Clay endures his first day with Jason's unit.

  • Season 1 - Episode 8 : The Exchange Nov 22, 2017

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    Jason and the team feel conflicted when they are tasked with bringing home an American soldier who was captured after deserting, in exchange for detainees in Gitmo.

  • Season 1 - Episode 7 : Borderlines Nov 15, 2017

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    Jason and the team must rescue an undercover CIA operative after she is captured by terrorists; Clay undergoes the final harrowing exercise for his candidacy into Tier One.

  • Season 1 - Episode 6 : The Spinning Wheel Nov 8, 2017

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    The team must work with Jason's longtime rival and his team to plan and perfect a raid under the watchful eye of top military brass; Clay delivers solemn news to a teammate's next of kin.

  • Season 1 - Episode 5 : Collapse Oct 25, 2017

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    Jason and the team must protect an ambassador who refuses to evacuate as the country becomes increasingly unstable; Clay and Stella take their relationship to the next level.

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  • To its credit, SEAL Team attempts to examine the home life of the military men, but most of the story is devoted to action rather than drama. The action has a gritty “Zero Dark Thirty” look to it, but when the show does focus on the domestic side, it doesn’t dive as deep as History’s “Six,” another show about SEALs. ... It’s solid, if not going into new territory. Show More

  • SEAL Team makes a strong effort to bring the human element of the fight against amorphous terrorists to the broadcast audience. And to the show’s credit, the emphasis of the show is less on its gung-ho action sequences than it is on the close-knit team of people conducting those complicated missions. There’s an attention to detail about military life and forays into faraway lands that lends an atmosphere of the appreciably romantic. And by the end of the pilot, the ensemble feels rock-solid. Show More

  • I think many viewers will be prepared to follow Boreanaz and his team into weekly skirmishes. I won't, but I was able to appreciate how competently SEAL Team does its job. Show More

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