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11.23.2021

SEAL Team: Season 5 Loglines

EPISODE 501: “Trust, But Verify: Part 1

Everyone on Bravo is shocked when they learn a training exercise is really cover for a covert mission to get a weapons expert out of one of the most dangerous countries in the world, on the fifth season premiere of SEAL TEAM, Sunday, Oct. 10 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

WRITTEN BY: Spencer Hudnut

DIRECTED BY: Christopher Chulack

 

EPISODE 502: “Trust, But Verify: Part 2”

When Bravo’s operation is compromised, they must figure out how to escape undetected from one of the most dangerous countries in the world, on SEAL TEAM, Sunday, Oct. 17 (10:30-11:30 PM, ET/10:00-11:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

WRITTEN BY: Tom Mularz & Mark H. Semos

DIRECTED BY: Christopher Chulack

 

EPISODE 503: “Nine Ten”

As members of Bravo team travel to New York City, they reflect on a day that shaped each of their lives forever, on the CBS Original series SEAL TEAM, Sunday, Oct. 24 (10:30-11:30 PM, ET/10:00-11:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

WRITTEN BY: Dana Greenblatt

DIRECTED BY: Jessica Paré

 

EPISODE 504: “Need to Know” 

As each member of Bravo confronts major family obstacles, the team gets spun up on a sudden mission in Africa. When the intel alters their plan, the team finds themselves in a rush to prevent a major terrorist attack, in part one of a three-part episode arc of SEAL TEAM, Sunday, Oct. 31 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.


Part two of the three-episode arc of SEAL TEAM (season five, episode five) will be available the next day on Paramount+, as the series moves exclusively to the streaming platform. Beginning Sunday, Nov. 7, all-new episodes of SEAL TEAM will drop Sundays on Paramount+.

WRITTEN BY: Tom Mularz & Mark Semos

DIRECTED BY: Tyler Grey

 

EPISODE 505: “Frog On The Tracks”

In part two of a thrilling three-episode arc of SEAL Team, Bravo races against the clock to prevent a terrorist attack, while attempting to locate and capture their enemy. Preoccupied with questions, Jason must make a tough call to get the answers he so deeply craves. “Frog On The Tracks” will be available on November 1 on Paramount+, as the series moves exclusively to the streaming platform. Beginning Sunday, Nov. 7, all-new episodes of SEAL TEAM will drop Sundays on Paramount+.

WRITTEN BY: Spencer Hudnut & Kenny Sheard

DIRECTED BY: J. Michael Muro

 

EP 506: “Man on Fire”

In the final part of a thrilling three-episode arc, Bravo manages to escape their SUV engulfed in flames, but plans go awry when Jason’s personal and professional lives become intertwined and he’s forced to make decisions that put Bravo’s jobs and lives at risk. The team works through disagreements, reveals exciting personal news and an unlikely hero emerges. “Man on Fire” premieres Sunday, November 7 on exclusively on Paramount+.

WRITTEN BY: Kinan Copen

DIRECTED BY: J. Michael Muro

 

EP 507: “What’s Past is Prologue”

Bravo returns to Afghanistan to continue the fight against the Taliban, and the Team ruminates on America’s longtime involvement in the War on Terror. “What’s Past is Prologue” premieres Sunday, November 14 exclusively on Paramount+.

WRITTEN BY: Dana Greenblatt & Rashaan Dozier-Escalante

DIRECTED BY: Allison Liddi-Brown

 

EP 508: “Conspicuous Gallantry”

After an op gone sideways lands the whole team in the hospital, Bravo must create a little chaos to stay calm, while Clay tries to piece together what went wrong. “Conspicuous Gallantry” premieres Sunday, November 21 exclusively on Paramount+.

WRITTEN BY: Teresa Huang & Stephen Gasper

DIRECTED BY: David Boreanaz

 

EP 509: “Close to Home”

Jason seeks refuge at home while Ray leads Bravo Team on an op accompanying British forces. “Close to Home” premieres Sunday, November 28 exclusively on Paramount+.

WRITTEN BY: Tom Mularz & Ariel Endacott

DIRECTED BY: Gonzalo Amat