‘SWAT’: Hondo’s ‘Fight in Mexico’ Isn’t Over Says Actor Shemar Moore

by Joe Rutland
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If all of you “SWAT” fans out there thought Hondo was done with his business down Mexico way, then actor Shemar Moore has some news.

Moore, who plays Daniel “Hondo” Henderson on the CBS police drama, sent this out on Wednesday to his Instagram followers.

He shared five photos from this coming Friday’s “SWAT” episode. Take a look for yourself and get ready for more action from Mexico.

Don’t you know, Outsiders, that “SWAT” will be off the chains on Friday night? If it brings the same type of punch that last Friday’s season opener provided, then you’ll be watching or set your DVR.

“SWAT” will have its second episode of Season 5 on Friday at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central. The show kicks off a Friday night on CBS followed by “Magnum P.I.” and “Blue Bloods.”

‘SWAT’ Star Celebrated Success of Season Opener With His Millions of Fans

Speaking of last Friday, Shemar Moore took time out to share some interesting news with his fans about the first show of a new season.

Again, he took to Instagram earlier this week to drop this note with his fans in mind.

“Aayyeeee!!!! @swatcbs killed the game last night!!!!! Winning our time slot and Increasing ratings 82% from our season 4 premiere… thank you to all the Homies, Fans, n Baby Girls who tuned in!!!” he said. “The #swat FAM is real….. Let ya boy know how much you enjoyed it and this fight scene by dropping those [fire emojis] down below … have a great weekend and Much Love.”

By the way, that fight scene he is talking about can be found right here.

It’s good to have 4 million followers on Instagram. That’s the total from Moore’s account.

But the actor is keenly aware of the importance “SWAT” can bring to its fans and viewers.

He was interviewed by CBS New York and said, “We’re trying to stay woke and relevant, giving you a thrill ride. Giving you something that can make you think or move you. Giving people, my fans on social media.”

Moore is quite pleased and grateful both SONY and CBS have given the show’s cast a place to showcase their efforts.

“We’re in a particular show that can only tell the stories that we’re telling because of the way we’re set up,” Moore said. “We literally are LAPD SWAT.”

He also knows that he and his fellow actors play “super cops” in the drama.

But Moore said they represent those who also have a lot of controversies.

“We’re just trying to show you the good trying to help people believe in the good,” he said.

Outsider.com