Another “Seal Team” means more problems for Jason Hayes. The new episode is titled “Need to Know,” and focuses on Jason’s home life. His daughter, Emma, wants to move in with her boyfriend, but Jason is against it. He’s stubborn and won’t listen to her. When she brings up the subject, he literally laughs it off.
“You find a job,” he says to Brad, Emma’s boyfriend, “You graduate,” he says to Emma, “and then we can talk about it.” Brad reveals that he’s already enlisted in the Marines, and Jason doesn’t seem too happy about that. He puts his foot down, saying “The answer is no,” and drives away, leaving his daughter behind.
In another “Seal Team” sneak peek, apparently, someone has told the higher-ups that Ray is suffering from PTSD. “Command knows,” Jason tells Ray. “They know what happened to you in Nigeria.” When Ray replies, “My PTS?” Jason says, “I don’t know, someone talked.”
Ray seems to think that someone did the right thing, that if they had a problem with him “they should go talk to the man.” But he also seems visibly flustered by this news. “What do I do now?” Ray asks. Jason replies, “You stay front, stay focused […] Bravo Team, we got your six.”
All in all, whatever Jason is dealing with at home, he’s still going to be there for his guys. That’s clear in the way he treats Ray.
‘Seal Team’ is Heading to Paramount+
If you’re looking to watch the upcoming episode of “Seal Team,” you’re going to want to head over to Paramount+ now. The show made the switch from network to streaming recently after a campaign launched to save the show from cancelation.
With the shift, the new episode will be available on Nov. 1. Star David Boreanaz said that because they’re switching from network to streaming, the show can go in a lot of different directions. “The four episodes that we have on at CBS will be a great launching pad into the new world of streaming,” he said. “I know we’ll be able to take our show to a deeper, darker place as far as storytelling is concerned.”
Boreanaz also spoke about his “Seal Team” character Jason Hayes and where he’d like to take him in the current season. He’s looking forward to the character growing, “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.
With the new streaming platform for “Seal Team,” expect some darker, edgier topics and themes. The show is looking to expand its storytelling and get into the nitty-gritty of its relationships. So, look for more conflict, more drama, and probably more death as the season continues.