Paramount+ had added another season of SEAL Team to their network. This will be the sixth season of the show and the second on Paramount+ after it moved there from CBS from Season 5.
Nicole Clemens, the president of Paramount+ Original Scripted Series said that they were very excited that SEAL Team was back for another season on the streaming network, which was originally launched as CBS All Access in 2014, but was rebranded as Paramount+ after the re-merger of Viacom and CBS in 2019.
Clemens said that the original fan base of the SEAL Team had moved to the new home after Season 5. It has consistently been a high-performance content for the broadcasting service. It has consistently been in their top 10 list of original series. She said that fans eagerly awaited to follow Team Bravo in Season 6.
SEAL Team follows the personal and professional lives of an elite unit of Navy SEALs. They are followed through their training, planning, and execution of the most daring and dangerous missions that the nation can ask of anybody.
SEAL Team has David Boreanaz in the role of Jason Hayes, the intense and respected leader of the unit. Other than starring in the series, Boreanaz is also among the executive producers. Christopher CHulack, Spencer Hudnut, Mark Owen, Carl Beverly, and Sarah Timberman are the other executive producers.
SEAL Team Among Two Shows Moved From CBS To Its Streaming Service
SEAL Team is among the two shows that were shifted to Paramount+ from CBS. The other was Evil the natural drama that moved to the streamer for the second season. The third season was subsequently added.
A story tracing the continuation of the story of Clarice Starling from Silence of the Lambs was also projected to move to Paramount+ but the deal never materialized.
The move from the broadcast network to the streaming service appears to have worked well for SEAL Team as a large section of the loyal viewers moved to the streaming service. That had been the aim all along for the network. It was one of the top-performing series in the originals, so it was natural that the fan base would shift to the streaming service.