‘SEAL Team’: When Will the First Episodes Drop on Paramount+?

by Joe Rutland

Many Outsiders are fans of “SEAL Team” and can’t wait for it to premiere on Paramount+. So, the question now is when do they appear?

Rest easy, people. We have the answer right here from a TV Insider story.

Season 5 moves over from CBS to the show’s new home. But that does not happen until the fifth season’s fifth episode. Are you confused? Well, you won’t be in a minute.

The first four “SEAL Team” episodes will appear on CBS on all four Sundays in October. Tune in to your local CBS affiliate on Sundays at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central.

‘SEAL Team’ Starts Out Season on CBS, Then Moves To Paramount+

But don’t rush away on Oct. 31. If you want to catch that fifth episode, then hurry over to Paramount+. The network will have the episode airing right after “SEAL Team” finishes up on CBS.

Showrunner Spencer Hudnut opened up the highlight bag and shared some details.

He said that Bravo is in Africa after a terrorist attack strikes. “Not only are they going off on a mission unlike any they’ve done before, but a mission that will also include some personal elements that will impact each and every operator,” Hudnut said. “We’re going to go out with a bang for sure — and then start [on Paramount+] with an even bigger bang.”

When the show moves over to Paramount+, it will stay on Sundays. New episodes will show up at 3 a.m. Eastern, 2 a.m. Central.

David Boreanaz Offered A Little Inside Information About Show

“SEAL Team” star and executive producer David Boreanaz offered some inside views in an earlier interview with TV Insider. He talked with the publication after Season 4 finished airing on CBS.

“The four episodes that we have on at CBS will be a great launching pad into the new world of streaming,” Boreanaz, who plays Jason Hayes, said. “And I know we’ll be able to take our show to a deeper, darker place as far as storytelling is concerned.”

So if you think you have seen it all on “SEAL Team,” then Boreanaz hints that there’s more to come.

But what’s this stuff about that season opener? Hmm. TV Line reported that the premiere titled “Trust But Verify: Part 1,” shows Bravo shocked. The team learns that a training exercise is actually a “cover for a covert mission to get a weapons expert out of one of the most dangerous countries in the world.”

CBS released that information.

It looks like viewers are going to have to saddle up and pay attention to what takes place on “SEAL Team” in the season opener. As usual, Outsiders, you’ll have to stay tuned.