It’s about that time, Outsiders, for CBS’s military drama “SEAL Team” to make its move over to Paramount+ for the rest of its run.
We want to make sure you have all of the information ahead of its move.
According to an article from TV Insider, catch the final episode on CBS this Sunday, Oct. 31, at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central.
Now, episodes previously shown on CBS are available on the Paramount+ streaming service. They were added on Mondays after the “SEAL Team” episodes aired on CBS.
‘SEAL Team’ Episode 5 All Set to Air On Streaming Service Only on Nov. 1
Episode 5 will air only on Paramount+ and mark the beginning of the show’s run right there. It will be dropping overnight on Oct. 31 right about the same time that the fourth episode joins Paramount+. That should make that new episode available on Nov. 1.
Before Season 4 kicked off, David Boreanaz, who stars on “SEAL Team” and is an executive producer, talked about making that move.
“The four episodes that we have on at CBS will be a great launching pad into the new world of streaming,” Boreanaz said. “And I know we’ll be able to take our show to a deeper, darker place as far as storytelling is concerned.”
As far as his character Jason Hayes is concerned, Boreanaz said he is looking forward to seeing where that character stands. “Especially with his children on top of where he is as a leader, becoming that true Jedi that is almost wiser and better emotionally and physically,” he said.
“And being able to use that as a sounding board to listen to his team members and his brothers, [with] what adversities they may be going through and how he can relate to that,” Boreanaz said.
Show Star David Boreanaz Reflects on Shooting Powerful 9-11 Episode Scene
“SEAL Team” is made up of characters who love their country.
Some of them may have lost friends during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. But they all remember that solemn day with deep reverence and sorrow.
Boreanaz took part in shooting a scene with his Jason Hayes character.
He also shared the following post on Instagram. It’s a clip from the episode and he writes, “Can’t put into words this episode and what it means. Lets just Remember and Honor. #9/11 #neverforget Sunday 10/9c.”
This incredible scene, Outsiders, involves Boreanaz’s Hays character and Ray Perry, played by Neil Brown Jr.
Hayes goes up to Perry and says, “He’d be proud of you.”
But Perry, looking at the 9/11 Memorial, tells Hayes that he would have been more proud if he hadn’t wasted two years and enlisted.
“You grieve how you grieve,” Hayes tells Perry.