‘S.W.A.T.’: Shemar Moore Serves an Intimidating Look as He ‘Gets Back to Work’ in Season 5 Set Photo

by Matthew Memrick
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Mondays are the worst, and “S.W.A.T” star Shemar Moore captures that look in an intimidating photo from the Season 5 set.

“My face when the weekend’s over and it’s time to get back to work 🥵😜”

Last week, Sony Pictures Television tried to capture some of the same Hondo magic. Its Twitter account caught Moore’s other side with a season premiere photo. The post said, “when i say YEE you say HAWNDO!”

Moore looks to get back to work with the new season’s storyline. The CBS show’s fifth season begins on Oct. 1 at 8 p.m.

In the “Vagabundo” premiere, Moore’s Hondo character ends up in Mexico trying to find himself personally and professionally. 

According to TV Line, “S.W.A.T” executive producer Shawn Ryan talked about the episode.

 “As Hondo tries to decide what to do next with his career,” Ryan said. “He finds himself regrouping at a friend’s vacation home in rural Mexico, in a two-part season premiere inspired by some of the classic Clint Eastwood’ Man With No Name’ Westerns.” 

Moore, ‘S.W.A.T.’ Crew Honored By Cops

In a Tweet Sunday from the Getty Center, Shemar Moore was recognized for his work with the L.A. Police Reserve Corps on Saturday. Police commissioner Steve Soboroff and Moore picked up honors. 

The “S.W.A.T’ actor/producer was honored with the Twice-A-Citizen award for his support of the Los Angeles Police Department, the City of Los Angeles, and its citizens.

L.A. Chief Michel Moore, Bosch actress Amy Aquino and Tim Conway Jr. hosted the event. Joe Mantegna was a special guest. 

Former Co-star Jokingly Blames Moore For Scar

Moore’s former “Criminal Minds” co-star Paget Brewster tweeted on Sunday about a one-time encounter with Moore’s pool and showed off a scar.

But the 52-year-old admitted the accident was her fault while showing off her lovely face.

“The shallow end,” she Tweeted. “My fault. And a kinda funny scar origin story.”

When one fan responded that most scar stories have funny origins, she replied, “I hope MOST scars have comedic origins !”

You have to wonder if that scar would fit nicely into Moore’s “S.W.A.T” current show. Maybe she could make an appearance in Mexico, Shemar.

Moore Mentioned In “Criminal Minds” Game

On Friday, TV Guide hosted a “Most Likely To” game on its Twitter account to the delight of “Criminal Minds” and “S.W.A.T.” fans.

Former “Criminal Minds” cast members Brewster, A.J Cook, Joe Mantegna, and Kirsten Vangsness had some fun with the game and their answers. 

When asked who was most likely to use the phrase “baby girl” in real life, each group member had answers that had Moore in them.

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