Brace yourself for another thrilling chapter that delves deeper into the lives of these fearless warriors! Here is everything we know so far about Seal Team Season 7.
The critically acclaimed military drama series that follows an elite unit of United States Navy SEALs, which kept viewers glued to the screens, will be back to delve deeper into the complex world with its heart-pounding action, compelling characters, and thought-provoking storylines that have made this series a must-watch as they plan and undertake dangerous missions worldwide with little notice, and the burden placed on them and their families.
So, if you are one of those who want to know all about the next chapter that promises to be an absolute delight, then we can assure you that you’ve come to the right place! We at Web News Observer have compiled all of the relevant details about the potential release, plot, cast, and episodes, among other details, due to the high level of interest shown by the readers. Here is everything we know about Seal Team Season 7.
Seal Team Season 7: Is it premiering in August 2023?
As of writing this, we can assure you that the much-anticipated premiere date for Seal Team Season 7 has not been confirmed by Paramount+ yet.
The military drama series, which is created by Benjamin Cavell, was renewed for a seventh season earlier this year on January 2023, so it is way too early for the network to release information about the official release date, as we are certain that the filming hasn’t even begun for the new episodes due to the ongoing 2023 Writers Guild of America strike along with the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike, which has put a halt on the majority of writers room until a resolution is made in favor of the writer’s and actor’s compensation, which recently has a negotiation in three months!
Sadly, the Writers Guild and the AMPTP on Friday failed to reach an agreement to resume contract negotiations. Their inability to agree on terms for returning to the bargaining table comes after their long-awaited meeting to discuss a possible resumption. “As of now, there is no agreement on these items, because the AMPTP said they needed to consult with their member studios before moving forward,” the union said in a statement last Friday. Due to this, there is definitely no room for these questions being raised about the release date for Seal Team Season 7 among other details.
So, the possibility that the show will be delayed further is certain as the dual strikes will gain more momentum if they don’t reach a resolution within the next few weeks, especially after the meeting. We have observed that the gap between seasons for many original series usually tends to be roughly a year, which is typical for a show of this caliber to wrap up its meticulous production on schedule. Hence, as per our guess, if the production does begin sometime later this year, then we can assume that the new episodes might arrive as early as 2024 or even 2025!
The change in the release window will also directly impact the three production stages because the creators surely want to deliver a good show. Moreover, with a few months left in the year, the possibility of the show’s official return in 2023 is pretty bleak! Until then, if there is any confirmation, the fans will have to be patient and keep a close eye on the social media handles of the SEAL Team by following them to get all the latest updates.
Also, check out the renewal announcement, quoting: “Target acquired: Season 7 of #SEALTeam is coming to #ParamountPlus.”
— SEAL Team (@SEALTeam_pplus) January 18, 2023
SEAL Team Season 7 Plot: What can the fans expect?
The series will definitely follow in the footsteps of the prior seasons and be true to the theme that, as per the official logline, states:
“Failure isn’t an option for the new Navy SEALs, and that kind of pressure can take a toll on the members of the special operations forces’ most elite unit. This team – which includes Jason, the group’s intense leader, and Ray, Jason’s longtime confidant, along with loyal soldier Sonny and SEAL hopeful Clay – trains, plans, and executes some of the most dangerous, high-stakes missions and deploys for clandestine missions around the globe at a moment’s notice. While serving their country is a worthy and rewarding cause, it can put a strain on the SEALs and their families, causing the guys to look out for one another in the face of seemingly overwhelming odds, both on and off the job.”
Moreover, when the seventh season’s renewal announcement was officially made by Paramount+, there was no mention of the SEAL Team stand-alone movie, which was announced last February, just days after the Season 6 renewal. Since then, there have been no details revealed about the greenlighted project beyond its creative team, star/executive producer Boreanaz, executive producer Christopher Chulack, and executive producer/showrunner Spencer Hudnut.
So, it is pretty much safe to say that SEAL Team Season 7 would follow the events in the last season, with no movie between them, which is a great heads up for the fans who were curious to know about the project’s stays. Lastly, as mentioned above, the next season will pick up where Season 6 ended, “Fair Winds and Following Seas.” In the final episode, the viewers got to see a poignant scene where Jason (Boreanaz) is getting reprimanded for speaking publicly about his TBI. Then everyone on his team steps up, sharing their own traumatic experiences and putting Bravo’s future in limbo.
— CBS Studios (@CBSTVStudios) January 18, 2023
SEAL Team Season 7 Potential Spoilers: What has been revealed?
“We look forward to bringing ‘SEAL Team’ fans even more of the series’ poignant storylines and thrilling missions with the upcoming seventh season,” said Tanya Giles, chief programming officer of Paramount Streaming. Further adding, “The series continues to evolve and grow its audience. It is a great example of the types of programming that we see resonate with our subscribers.”
“They are once again in jeopardy but most importantly united, and when Bravo steps up for each other, they usually get themselves out of these situations,” showrunner Spencer Hudnut told TV Insider. “What [that ending] does is it kind of tips everything on its head a little bit. But at the end of the day, these guys operating, these guys being out in the field is usually the engine of the show. It’s really, can they get back to that?”
“We’ve done things like that in the past. I just think part of this decision was that just to finish Max’s work this season was such a struggle,” he explained. “The idea of being able to plan ahead and figure that out just seems hard, but we’ll never say no to anything. Clay’s legacy will live on within the show. And yeah, if there’s an opportunity where we could do something like that, I’d be all for it because he’s such a huge part of the show.”
SEAL Team Season 7 Cast: Who will reprise their roles?
The main cast from the sixth season who are expected to return in the seventh season are as follows:
David Boreanaz as Jason Hayes, Neil Brown Jr. as Ray Perry, AJ Buckley as Sonny Quinn, Toni Trucks as Lisa Davis, and Raffi Barsoumian as Omar Hamza. The recurring cast includes Jessica Paré as Mandy Ellis, Alona Tal as Stella Baxter, Parisa Fakhri as Naima Perry, Jusitin Melnick as Brock Reynolds, Judd Lormand as Eric Blackburn, Mike Wade as Wes Soto, Tyler Grey as Trent Sawyer, and Dita The Hair Missile Dog as Cerberus.
On the other hand, there can be some new additions and removals from the cast as some changes have already been confirmed that the next season will not feature Max Thieriot (Special Warfare Operator First Class Clay Spenser, a.k.a. Bravo 6/6B) after the character was killed off last season. Lastly, SEAL Team is produced by CBS Studios and executive produced by Spencer Hudnut, Christopher Chulack, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly, Mark Owen, and Boreanaz.
Lastly, the series is distributed worldwide by Paramount Global Content Distribution.
SEAL Team Season 7 Episodes: How many will be there and where to stream?
The seventh season is expected to include a total of 10 episodes with an average runtime of 43–49 minutes, just like the sixth season. The episode count has been reduced because initially, SEAL Team was a broadcast drama, but after being picked up by Paramount+, all those sets must be kept year-round and are inactive for more than half the time, so the overall episode count has been set at ten every season. The distribution of financing must be well planned out to produce the greatest episodes that the viewers actually deserve since all productions scrutinize their finances.
Additionally, SEAL Team Season 7, along with the prior seasons, will be available on all prior platforms that have streaming rights, as well as on-air on FuboTV or Paramount. Moreover, all the seasons of SEAL Team are currently available to watch for free on the CBS platform. The series is also available to rent or buy on Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, and Amazon Instant Video, based on the viewers’ location, with preferred membership plans that the users can choose from. In Canada, the series is available on Global TV at the same time as the United States premiere.
SEAL Team Season 7 Official Trailer: Has it been released?
The network has not released any new promos for the upcoming season, which will take some time after production starts to wrap up, which will take time to happen with the ongoing writer’s and actor’s strike. Moreover, the promotions usually begin a month or two before the official premiere of the new season, so there is still a lot of time left for marketing to begin.
In the meantime, watch the official trailer for the sixth trailer, which shows the pressures placed on the members of the Bravo Team, a sub-unit of the United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group, the most elite organization of Navy SEALs, as they plan and undertake dangerous missions worldwide with little notice, and the burden placed on them and their families.
Take a look at the official trailer for SEAL Team Season 6 below:
While you wait for more SEAL Team Season 7 updates, catch up on previous seasons to recall all the plotlines that have happened so far.