8.1
1,608 votes
SEAL Team

SEAL Team

Paramount+ 2017

The lives of the elite Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high-stakes missions our country can ask.

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The 10 Best Episodes of SEAL Team

SEAL Team - S4E6

#1 - Horror Has a Face

8.14

Season 4 - Episode 6

As Ensign Davis tracks Ray's location to a shipping container in the Mediterranean Ocean, Bravo team becomes increasingly desperate to rescue their brother before it's too late.

The episode was rated from 207 votes.

SEAL Team - S2E5

#2 - Say Again Your Last

8.13

Season 2 - Episode 5

While tasked with rescuing a group of American students held hostage in Mumbai, Bravo Team suffers life-threatening injuries.

The episode was rated from 1241 votes.

SEAL Team - S4E1

#3 - God of War (1)

8.08

Season 4 - Episode 1

Bravo Team enters enemy territory in the snowy Spin Ghar Mountain Range to capture Al-Hazred, the leader of a terrorist group and son of the terrorist leader that Jason took down early in his career and made him Bravo One. When they are attacked, Jason and Cerberus, Bravo’s canine member, are separated from the team.

The episode was rated from 552 votes.

SEAL Team - S2E22

#4 - Never Out of the Fight

8.07

Season 2 - Episode 22

Bravo team’s future is on the line when Commander Shaw recommends they be split up, but Jason’s unit has one final mission to prove him wrong.

The episode was rated from 1101 votes.

SEAL Team - S5E5

#5 - Frog on the Tracks (2)

8.00

Season 5 - Episode 5

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.

The episode was rated from 458 votes.

SEAL Team - S3E11
#6 - Siege Protocol (1)
7.99
Season 3 - Episode 11

Amid several life-altering moments on the home front, Bravo Team travels overseas to extract a CIA agent who is being held hostage. As the situation escalates, the Tactical Operations Center is compromised and Bravo's support team comes face-to-face with the enemy.

The episode was rated from 928 votes.
SEAL Team - S4E4
#7 - Shockwave
7.96
Season 4 - Episode 4

When Warrant Officer Ray Perry goes missing following an explosion in Tunisia, his former teammates wrestle with how to help their brother and his family while Bravo Team is sidelined.

The episode was rated from 477 votes.
SEAL Team - S2E21
#8 - My Life for Yours
7.96
Season 2 - Episode 21

Bravo Team desperately searches for Ray after he gets separated from them while in enemy territory.

The episode was rated from 1044 votes.
SEAL Team - S2E19
#9 - Medicate and Isolate
7.95
Season 2 - Episode 19

While Bravo Team is on a recovery mission in Mali, their friend, former Navy SEAL Brett Swan, continues to struggle with his mental health.

The episode was rated from 1120 votes.
SEAL Team - S3E13
#10 - Fog of War
7.94
Season 3 - Episode 13

Following a mission failure, Bravo Team conducts a high-stakes After Action Review to identify who’s responsible for a possible career-ending mistake.

The episode was rated from 902 votes.

Last updated: dec 04, 2021

Comments

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The absolute best thing going for this show is Cerberus played by Dita The Hair Missile. It's not often military dogs get any real screen time in shows and they are an important part of the military services. Dita doesn't get much screen time in some episodes but man when she does it's freaking awesome.

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Nothing special here, these shows are a dime a dozen.

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Pretty happy that they picked this up for a second season, some of the episodes in the later ark of the first season have been pretty stellar.

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Season 3 Episode 18 is airing next week due to the virus. Please update the schedule

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Brilliant show, does a great job of cinematically detailing what these guys go through. It's very entertaining

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So far nothing spectacular but I am enjoying it. Going to finish the season.

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Improved a lot during the third season, great acting all around. The series needs less jingoistic scripts but at least It’s getting darker and darker. I used to think that David Boreanaz was miscasted for the role of Jason Hayes. Boy, was I wrong. There is no doubt now that he :asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol:IS:asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol: Jason Hayes, totally credible. He is making us forget his previous iconic roles in Angel and Bones. Well done everybody.

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Reminds me of The Unit.

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Jason need to die and put us out of our misery having to watch him whine and act like a idiot. His character is the least entertaining part of the show.

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I don't want to watch this how to I delete this from the watch list. Thank you

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I think this is a pretty awesome show. As an ex-military guy myself there is a lot of realistic portrayal of those in service and the vets afterwards. Jason is a bit whiney throughout the show and it's getting worse. He's more like a brooding millennial than a hardened warrior, but he still does a decent job. The rest of the cast is pretty awesome. Personally I think it's one of the best shows on TV right now. It made me go back and watch some Bones and I realize that David Boreanaz must be kind of a jackass in real life because that personality comes through in all his characters. I'm updating my review after getting through season 4... Ok, so I still really like this show but it's starting to grate on my nerves a little with some of the nonsense. I'm starting to think they should re-title this as "The Flip Flop Guys". [spoiler]Jason: He's on the team, he's off the team, he's on the team, he's off the team, he's on the team. I would be surprised if they let a tier 1 operator do this. They are supposed to be the best of the very best, this shows lack of commitment and indecisiveness, not what you are looking for in a tier 1 operator, but most certainly not what you want from a tier 1 team leader.[/spoiler] [spoiler]Jason Pt II: He's with Natalie, he's not, he's with Natalie, he's not, he is going to transfer with Natalie, he doesn't.[/spoiler] [spoiler]Clay: He's with Stella, he's not, he hates Stella, he loves her, he's back with her.[/spoiler] [spoiler]Sonny/Davis: They are together, they are not, they are together, they are not.[/spoiler] [spoiler]I mean, that's a lot of indecisiveness over the entire tier 1 team! Sure, some of it is nitpicking but still. I think the show forgot what made this show a hit in the first two and half seasons: watching bad-ass door-kickers beat the snot out of bad guys while in a tight-knit team of hardcore operators. Now it's a half-hearted, not-as-effective team that is dealing with one personal drama after another while the story goes in circles.[/spoiler] [spoiler]You can almost guarantee that the military isn't going to put up with this kind of nonsense from the very best in their numbers. There are lots of good warriors chomping at the bit to be a tier 1 operator, they aren't putting up with this much insubordination and this many team issues for very long.[/spoiler] [spoiler]I worry for the future of the show. It seems like they think door-kicking is repetitive and instead put us into a much less interesting repetitive personal drama story arc. It's like they have run out of material, and their viewer numbers are suffering as a result of them not thinking door kicking is what got them the audience - and now they are hoping that soap-opera military dramas get that audience back.[/spoiler] Let's face it, the military is 90% boring and 10% interesting. But there are still lots of good stories there. Personally I think that Jason quitting the team and being a SERES instructor would be an interesting storyline. His time is up, he's too old for this anyway.

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Great job guys,Appreciate this.

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I will not pay to watch on paramount plus. not worth it

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That really sucks that CBS wants you to get the Paramount + service just to watch Seal team.

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Where do all the models come from in the op briefings? Do they have a dedicated team who is on hand 24/7 to create these amazingly detailed replicas of boats, aircraft, buildings and entire landscapes? What kind of pressure must that team be under to create these items from the moment they hear about the op to the time a briefing session happens. Now that sounds like a spin-off reality show, Model Makers: Critical Ops.

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