‘SEAL Team’: Jason Hayes, Clay Spenser, and Bravo Team Reunite in New Season 5 Photos

by Joe Rutland

What a time to be tuned in for the upcoming Season 5 premiere of the CBS hit drama “SEAL Team.” We’ve got some awesome pictures, too.

So, the show has opened the doors into another season and shared photos from the initial show.

We know you want to know what’s happening in the “SEAL Team” opener. Titled “Trust, But Verify: Part 1,” the team is learning that a training mission isn’t that at all. CBS said it’s actually “cover for a covert mission to get a weapons expert out of one of the most dangerous countries in the world.”

The photos speak for themselves. You can see them by clicking and visiting TV Insider.

David Boreanaz is back as Jason Hayes while Max Thieriot returns as Clay Spenser. This new season looks like it’ll kick off with some true drama.

That season premiere will be on CBS starting on Sunday, Oct. 10, at 10 p.m Eastern, 9 p.m. Central. Four episodes of “SEAL Team” will air on there, then the show moves over to Paramount+. Check your schedules ahead of time as the show will air on a new night this season.

‘SEAL Team’ Star Often Does His Own Stunts As Part of Show

Why would a star of “SEAL Team” be out there doing his own stunts? Maybe he likes doing them.

Boreanaz talked about his penchant for being his own stunt man.

“I do a lot of it,” he said in a 2018 interview with Collider. “My body doesn’t respond and recover the way it used to, but I do 95 percent of it.”

Boreanaz said he likes doing those different stunts on “SEAL Team.” He admits, though, that doing them will make him feel sore and even limping when leaving work.

Boreanaz Is All In For Doing His Own Stunts On CBS Drama

If you ask Boreanaz, then he’ll tell you that doing his own stunts is fun. Hey, he says so.

“War wounds are good (in the show’s production),” he said. Oh, by the way, Boreanaz still has a stunt person nearby.

He told the publication that during the “SEAL Team” pilot episode, he really wanted to jump off a boat bow onto a cargo ship. But he didn’t do it.

Boreanaz said his stunt man said, “No, dude, you’ll break your neck with your helmet on!”

A quick-thinking reply from the actor went like this: “OK, I’m all set.” 

Does exhaustion hit him sometimes? Well, in a story for Daily Express, Boreanaz, 52, said he was “emotionally exhausted” when it comes to a specific aspect.

He said that working on “SEAL Team” had its challenges based on being authentic and what actors bring to the show.

“SEAL Team” does use real-life veterans on-screen and in consulting roles.