David Boreanaz of ‘SEAL Team’ Returns for Season 5 and Moves to Paramount+

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David Boreanaz of ‘SEAL Team’ Returns for Season 5 and Moves to Paramount+

SEAL Team, a CBS drama, is one of the network’s most popular shows. Jason Hayes, the head of Tier One, an elite military organization that handles missions all around the world, is played by David Boreanaz. The series has averaged 8-9 million viewers for the past three seasons, but this year, SEAL Team seemed to be on the edge. Despite the fact that Season 4 is well underway, CBS has revealed that Team Bravo will be moving to Paramount+. Boreanaz spoke up about the decision recently.

Season 5 of ‘SEAL Team’ is coming to Paramount+.

After months of discussions, Deadline revealed in May that Evil and the SEAL Team would be headed to Paramount+. Season 4 just finished airing on CBS, and all seasons are now accessible to watch on the Paramount platform. After David Boreanaz pleaded with fans to encourage CBS to renew the show for a second season, the show was relocated.

Season 5 has been approved, although only a few episodes will run on CBS before the show moves to Paramount+ exclusively in the fall. SEAL Team is one of the most-watched series on the streaming site, according to a Viacom press release. The company intends to tap into its large fan network so that customers migrate to the service for new episodes, citing its huge fan following as an example.

@SEALTeamCBS Until next season! Thank you for a fantastic season. It was made possible by the fans! Now is the time to discover a beach. I’ve left SM and checked out. Take care of everyone and be courteous.

May 27, 2021 — David Boreanaz (@David Boreanaz)

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David Boreanaz is optimistic about Paramount+.

Boreanaz spoke with TV Insider about the imminent programming shift on SEAL Team. He feels the decision will allow the writers and performers to take the show in a more gritty direction than has previously been seen on CBS primetime. He also mentioned that with a platform like Paramount+, there are no commercial interruptions.

“Obviously, the major difference is… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.

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