Although SEAL Team Season 7 was confirmed in January 2023, there is no release date yet for the series. One would have ordinarily expected it to premiere around September or October 2023, but this may no longer be possible due to the writers’ and actors’ strike in Hollywood. Therefore, fans may have to look to 2024 for the release of SEAL Team Season 7.
Is SEAL Team Coming Back or Is It Cancelled?
SEAL Team is definitely not canceled and will be coming back to the screens once more, this time for Season 7. Any cancellation rumors may do with the length of time it took the production network Paramount+ to confirm Season 7. Their confirmation came in January 2023, which was going to two months after Season 6 had finished airing. The radio silence had left fans in limbo.
The official statement shows that Paramount+ is not ending the series anytime soon. According to Tanya Giles, chief programming officer of Paramount Streaming, SEAL Team continues to evolve and grow its audience and is a great example of the types of programming that they see resonate with their subscribers.
When Is SEAL Team Coming Back?
We have confirmed that SEAL Team is coming back for a Season 7, but there is no confirmation of when it will actually come back. Going by past precedents, each subsequent season is often confirmed in the early part of the year; production will commence, and it will then debut in the later part of that same year.
Season 7 was also confirmed in the early part of 2023, specifically January 2023, and the natural expectation is that it will debut in September or October 2023. This doesn’t seem feasible, though, due to the current strikes afflicting Hollywood. It may, therefore, be in 2024 that SEAL Team 7 will come back.
Is SEAL Team Season 6 The Finale?
Season 6 of SEAL Team is not the finale, as Season 7 has been confirmed. One can, therefore, expect Season 7 to continue from where 6 stopped. The team experienced the heartbreaking loss of one of their own, named Clay, after he stopped to help out a veteran.
The ending scenes of Season 6 showed the team at Clay’s sober funeral. Fans will, therefore, look to Season 7 to see how they carry on with their lives, both professionally and personally.
How Many Episodes Will SEAL Team Season 7 Have?
The exact number of episodes that SEAL Team season 7 will have has not been confirmed. But it may likely be between 10 episodes (which is the case for Season 5) and 14 episodes (Season 4). The first three seasons of SEAL Team had episodes numbering 20 at least, but such a format has been jettisoned in favor of a shorter number of episodes, which are nearly an hour long. This format will be sustained for season 7 of SEAL Team, meaning a shorter number of episodes once more.
List of SEAL Team Season 7 Cast and Characters that Will Return
- David Boreanaz as Master Chief Special Warfare Operator Jason Hayes
- Neil Brown Jr. as Chief Warrant Officer 2 Raymond Perry
- Jessica Paré as Amanda Ellis
- J. Buckley as Special Warfare Operator First Class Percival Quinn
- Toni Trucks as Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Lisa Davis
- Raffi Barsoumian as Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Omar Hamza
- Judd Lormand as Commander Eric Blackburn
When Did SEAL Team Move to Paramount Plus?
SEAL Team moved to Paramount Plus in May 2021 following an agreement between the streaming giants and the original parent network of the show, CBS. Stemming from that agreement, Paramount Plus has been streaming SEAL Team from 2021 till date. They also get the exclusive rights to air new seasons. The move is a win, which means the series will have a long run.
Where To Stream SEAL Team
As pointed out above, Paramount Plus now has the exclusive rights to stream SEAL Team. Therefore, one can stream SEAL Team on Paramount+. One can also watch SEAL Team on DIRECTV as well as other streaming platforms that have collaborations with Paramount+.
They are Paramount+ Apple TV Channel, Paramount+ Amazon Channel, and Paramount+ Roku Premium Channel. Fans can also outrightly purchase SEAL Team on Amazon Video, Vudu, Apple TV, Google Play Movies, and Microsoft Store. All these platforms have all six seasons of the series.