‘SWAT’ Star Shemar Moore Unveils Old School Poster for Show

by Joe Rutland
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It’s no secret that SWAT star Shemar Moore loves to share different things from his life. So, he found an old poster for the show.

Moore, who plays Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson on the CBS drama, took to Instagram and shares what he found out.

If you have been following SWAT this season, then you know Hondo has been having trouble with a new team leader.

Friday night’s episode is titled Safe House. According to an article from Matt & Jess, “When an undocumented woman is violently abducted, the team forms an unlikely alliance to try and bring her home alive.”

This episode is being directed by SWAT star Alex Russell.

For your information, this Friday night show will be the last time for SWAT to be there. When the show returns to CBS in a few weeks, it’s moving to Sundays at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central.

‘SWAT’ Star Moore Shares What Leadership Means to Him On, Off Screen

Like we said, Outsiders, Hondo is dealing with the loss of his team leader role to Rodrigo Sanchez.

So, what does SWAT star Moore think about this change? He talked about it with Charles Trapunski on Brief Take.

Trapunski asks what does leadership mean to him both on and off the screen?

Moore said, “It’s interesting. Um, it’s tough. It’s tough for Hondo and it’s interesting for me, Shemar. You get – I’ve worked for 29 years in this game. And I’m very proud of everything that I have accomplished. I’m so grateful to my fans that have supported me and rooted for me and loved to watch me do my thing.”

David Lim Talks About Show’s Audition Process That Led To Him Getting Role

Looking back in time, SWAT star David Lim recalled auditioning for the show. But it was not for his current role as Victor Tan.

But the showrunners actually created the role since they liked Lim. The actor talked with Tell-Tale TV back in 2017 about how he read for two different roles but didn’t fit either one.

“I was in New York at the time, and I had just finished filming with Quantico,” Lim said. “And I got an appointment to come in and read for SWAT’ I actually read for two different roles when I started the audition process.”

Lim met with CBS in New York and did two auditions. He moved back to Los Angeles and went to SWAT after getting a callback. Lim went ahead and did other work, only to get SWAT calling him and saying they have a role for him. The rest is a good TV show story.

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