SEAL Teams David Boreanaz speaks out as military drama announces huge change

Seal Team: Paramount releases season 5 episode teaser

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Paramount Network’s highly acclaimed military drama SEAL Team which followed the thrilling lives of Navy SEALS is in for a huge change. Jason Hayes star took to Instagram to announce instead of a new series, the show will be adapted into a movie.

Boreanaz posted a screenshot photo of the Deadline article which unveiled the exciting news and his caption read: “Wheels up! Here we go. Excited to bring this to the next level.”

This caused a major fan frenzy in his comments as fans expressed their excitement and anticipation to see their favourite characters on the big screen.

NickGismondi commented: “HELL YES!!!! LET’S GOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!”

iChadlowe added: “Boom!! congratulations brother!!”

Sealteamuk wrote: “So excited for this, on the big screen. Hope all the cast are included in this.”

Sqbennett shared: “The episodes are already motion picture quality. I can’t imagine how awesome a movie would be.”

Lanonablu1 commented: “Congratulations!!! Can’t wait to see what happens next!”

Monica_bani added: “This is an awesome news, congratulations! I’m really excited for it!”

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ViacomCBS were the first to reveal there is currently a standalone movie in the works which is set to air on Paramount+.

However, this wasn’t the only announcement for the entertainment group as they also announced NCIS would be going down under with a new spin-off, NCIS Sydney, which is set to air on Paramount Plus Australia.

The President and CEO of CBS and chief content officer for news and sports at Paramount+, George Cheeks released a statement about the huge news.

He disclosed: “These two projects represent two new ways we are expanding our studio footprint while supporting the company’s mission to drive streaming.

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“We have the producing roster, production infrastructure and deep library to be creative and nimble with franchises and other IP for both domestic and international audiences.”

As well as the announcement of the upcoming movie, SEAL Team was also recently renewed for a sixth season.

The devoted fanbase proved themselves to be loyal and kept raising the viewership for the series even after it relocated midseason.

The first four seasons of SEAL Team was aired on CBS until 2021 as the show risked being cancelled.

So after the first four episodes of season five, SEAL Team was moved to Paramount Plus, where it reportedly did well for the platform.

Nicole Clemens, President, Paramount+ Original Scripted Series made the big announcement: “We are very excited to welcome SEAL Team back for another season on Paramount+.

“The show’s loyal fanbase followed the series to its new exclusive home, and it has proven to be a high-performing title for the service, consistently in the top 10 most-watched original series.

“We can’t wait for the fans to see what our brilliant creative team has in store for Team Bravo next season!”

SEAL Team season 5 is available to watch on Paramount+ in America. Season 5 continues every Wednesday on Sky One in the UK.

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