SEAL Team star David Boreanaz says someone will not survive in a new clip shared to Instagram. The teaser video shows Jason Hayes and the team crowding around a hospital room. Additionally, there are clips of an operation that clearly went wrong. In the clip, Hayes keeps repeating that it was “supposed to be a straightforward op.”
“Capture kill OP gone wrong…Bravo 1 on the ropes. Someone will not survive,” he wrote.
Of course, this has fans theorizing and discussing what’s next for the team.
“Wouldn’t be realistic if a op didn’t go to s*** …” one fan commented. Other fans are worried that the person injured is Trent.
Fans will have to wait until next Sunday to see what happens next with SEAL Team, but some are really bummed that it made the move to paramount+, because they won’t be able to tune in. “I’ve watched Seal Team from the beginning and have loved every minute of it, but I’m sorry I’m not giving into all these channels that are moving our shows to their paid streaming channels,” one fan wrote.
This fan isn’t alone. While the first four episodes of SEAL Team were available on CBS the show then moved to Paramount +. This was a big bummer for fans of the show who don’t have Paramount +, but David Boreanaz has explained that there are some upsides to the move.
Boreanaz Doesn’t Mind SEAL Team’s Move to Paramount +
It’s not easy moving from a network to a streaming service, but in one interview, Boreanaz talked about how the move might make the show “darker” and “better.” He also talked about how being on a TV network can be pretty stifling.
“It sometimes was a frustrating place to be,” he explained in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. “Because we really want to be honest and trustful with these episodes. [The move] allows us to go darker.”
“Look at Amazon. Look at Netflix. [Look at] their success of their shows and what you cannot do on network television,” he said. Now, all of the upcoming episodes will be free of a lot of the restrictions originally held in place by the network. This means a likely more realistic portrayal of the events that unfold each episode.
This is important to Boreanaz because he’s an advocate for telling veterans’ stories. He’s stated before that he feels like the show is important because it portrays the ins and outs of some of the mental health problems that veterans often suffer from.
If you want to catch up on old episodes of SEAL Team, the series is available on Paramount +, where new episodes now air every Sunday.