When Will SEAL Team Season 7 Release? Here’s What We Know So Far

The recent news about SEAL Team coming to an end with its upcoming season 7 makes us wonder how long we have to wait for the next season.

The popular military drama series was renewed for a seventh season in January this year. However, the production was delayed due to the actors’ and writers’ strikes.

No official release date has been announced for SEAL Team season 7. As per estimates, the seventh and final season of the show is slated to premiere in Spring 2024.

SEAL Team season 7 will include 10 episodes, like the previous season. It will stream exclusively on Paramount+.

When Will SEAL Team Season 7 Release? Here’s What We Know So Far
SEAL Team | Source: IMDb

Season 6 featured the Bravo Team going on dangerous missions in Syria and Mali. It also focused on the personal problems of the members, including Jason’s PTSD issues, Sony’s relationship with Lisa, Ray’s religious problems, and Clay making up his mind to join the CIA.

The season ended on a major cliffhanger, with Clay being killed in a car bomb attack planned by a terrorist leader. In a shocking turn of events, it was revealed that the terrorist leader was related to one of Jason’s previous targets.

Season 7 is expected to pick up the story from this point and deal with the aftermath of Clay’s shocking death. The final season will also deal with the terrorist leader and his threat and reveal more about his connection with Jason.

Since season 7 is the last season of the series, we will get closure on several issues, and the show is expected to end on a hopeful note.

We’ll update you as and when an official release date for SEAL Team season 7 is announced!

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About SEAL Team

SEAL Team follows Bravo Team, a special group of elite Navy SEALS who undertake dangerous and high-risk missions all across the world. The team is led by Jason Hayes.

SEAL Team premiered on CBS on September 27th, 2017. It stars David Boreanaz, Max Thieriot and Jessica Parè.

Pratyasha Sarkar

Pratyasha Sarkar

Officially a student of literature, but unofficially a defence lawyer of fictional characters. I am mostly either feasting on chocolate chip cookies or binge watching sitcoms. Also, I firmly believe mint ice cream tastes like toothpaste.


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