After a five-year hiatus, the sixth season of the hit military drama “SEAL Team” will premiere on Sunday, September 18, 2022, and run for ten episodes. Now that it has been pulled from the CBS schedule, viewers will need to subscribe to Paramount+ in order to keep up with the action.
As the team’s captain, Jason Hayes, David Boreanaz, one of the most well-known performers in television history, shines. More than twenty years have passed since Boreanaz first appeared on television in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” and he has since starred in “Angel,” “Bones,” and “SEAL Team.”
The group was ambushed in Mali during the final episode of season five. Fans are particularly worried about Max Thieriot’s character, SEAL Clay Spenser, who may or may not have made it out alive. Thieriot’s upcoming role as the protagonist in the CBS drama “Fire Country” just adds to the mystery.
The sixth season of “SEAL Team” has been heavily promoted with Clay Spenser, although Thieriot’s ability to star in two programmes at once has been called into question. For this reason, the first episode of the show is crucial.
On Sunday mornings at at 3 a.m. Eastern Time, you can watch new episodes.
The parent company of the CBS television network also operates the streaming service Paramount+, where “SEAL Team” may be viewed exclusively. After a seven-day free trial, the monthly cost of the Essential plan is $4.99, or $49.99 annually. The ad-free plan is $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year.
You may watch current CBS network episodes, as much “Star Trek” as you want, a broad selection of movies, and reruns of old favourites like “Perry Mason,” “The Love Boat,” and “Hawaii Five-O” on Paramount+.
There are discounts available for Paramount+ if the annual fee of $50 is prohibitive.
1. Get Paramount+ for Free with Walmart+
Walmart+ subscribers now get have access to the Paramount+ Essentials package at no extra cost. Targeting Amazon Prime, Walmart has launched a membership service called Walmart+.
For $12.95/month or $98/year, users receive free six months of Spotify Premium, free shipping from Walmart.com, free delivery from their local store with a $35 minimum order, and discounts on gas at Exxon, Mobil, and Walmart stations.
If you join up for Walmart+ during the free 30-day trial period, you’ll be able to use your Paramount+ perk and stream “SEAL Team” at no cost.
2. Get a Free Month with a Coupon Code
Paramount+ is offering free 30-day access with the promo code BRAVO! to commemorate the return of the “SEAL Team.” To complete your signup, go to the last page where you provide your payment card details and input the code there.
3. Wait for the End of the Season and Pay for Only a Month of Paramount+
If you wait until all 10 episodes are available on Paramount+, you may take advantage of the free trial and watch the full season in a single week. Alternatively, you can subscribe for a month of service and watch the show at your own pace over the course of the following 30 days.
4. Wait to Buy the Digital Version
Season six of “SEAL Team” will be available for purchase on iTunes and Google Play in a few months. Seasons 1–4 are presently available for $24.99. If you want to avoid spoilers, that’s not the best option, but at least you won’t have to pay to watch it online.
5. Wait Even Longer for the DVD Version
Season six of “SEAL Team” will be available on DVD at some point in the future, but judging on the release schedules of previous seasons, that time won’t come until at least the summer of 2023. The wait may be long, but the discs are yours to keep, so you may watch whenever you like without being connected to the internet.
Bravo is back. #SEALTeam premieres Sept. 18 exclusively on #ParamountPlus. pic.twitter.com/U952THvaC0
— SEAL Team (@SEALTeam_pplus) August 19, 2022
There are other ways to get free online copies of TV shows, but they are illegal and extremely difficult to figure out unless you already know what you’re doing. We aren’t going to provide you with any guidance on that front.
Many of your readers will find none of these options satisfactory. They’d rather watch it live on CBS, where it’s either free or, at the very least, included in the price of their cable package.
The truth is that CBS canceled “SEAL Team,” and the show would not have returned for seasons five and six if it hadn’t moved to stream. The creators came up with a plan to keep the show going in a format that provided them more creative leeway than they had on traditional TV. If you’re a fan, you should be grateful they were given the opportunity to continue the story, and you should pick the viewing format that suits you best.
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