SEAL Team: Season 2 (2018 - 2019)


Season 2

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Air date: Oct 3, 2018
Air date: Oct 10, 2018
Air date: Oct 17, 2018
Air date: Oct 24, 2018
Air date: Oct 31, 2018
Air date: Nov 7, 2018
Air date: Nov 14, 2018
Air date: Nov 21, 2018
Air date: Dec 5, 2018
Air date: Dec 12, 2018
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SEAL TEAM is a military drama that follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high-stakes missions our country can ask of them. Jason Hayes is the respected, intense leader of the Tier One team whose home life has suffered as a result of his extensive warrior's existence. His team includes his trusted confidant, Ray Perry, the longest-tenured operator with whom Jason shares an ingrained shorthand; Sonny Quinn, an exceptional, loyal soldier with a checkered past who still combats self-destructive tendencies; and Clay Spenser, a young, multilingual, second-generation SEAL with insatiable drive and dedication. Vital to the team's success are troop commander Lt. Cdr. Eric Blackburn, who serves as a leader and confidant both on and off the battlefield; CIA analyst Mandy Ellis, who has sacrificed everything in her drive to root out evil and take down terrorists; and Lisa Davis, a no-nonsense, take-charge logistics officer and unofficial den mother responsible for outfitting the team with the necessary gear for each mission. Deployed on clandestine missions worldwide at a moment's notice, and knowing the toll it takes on them and their families, this tight-knit SEAL team displays unwavering patriotism and fearless dedication even in the face of overwhelming odds.


David Boreanaz
as Jason Hayes
Max Thieriot
as Clay Spenser
Toni Trucks
as Diaz
Judd Lormand
as Blackburn
Ruffin Prentiss
as Summer Kairos
Bobby Daniel Rodriguez
as Lt. Juan Lopez
Peter Jessop
as Rear Admiral Bennett
Tony Curran
as Brett Swann
Felix Solis
as Col. Martinez
Tamala Jones
as Gunnery Sergeant Miller
Ellyn Jameson
as Evelyn Hale
Carolina Gómez
as Carla Reyes
Yul Vázquez
as Andres Doza
Kristy Swanson
as Julia Logan
Danvir Singh
as Comm. Laghari
Miguel Pérez
as Dr. Sullivan
Thomas Fowler
as David Nelson
Raquel Dominguez
as Abril Lopez
Bianca Lopez
as OR Nurse
Judie Garcia
as News Anchor
Derek Mio
as Takahashi
Michael Weaver
as Col. Smith
Peter Macon
as Master Chief Wilke
Sandy Hernandez
as Maria Doza
Edward Kerr
as Captain Edwards
Peter Murnik
as Dr. Wilson
Pooja Batra
as Anita Patel
Adam Gibson
as Weapons Officer
Don Franklin
as Pastor Mel
Jon Paul Burkhart
as Gary Goldfein
Barrett James
as Lt. Lawrence
Paolo Cesar
as Carlos Gonzalez
Kamar de los Reyes
as Comandante Salas
Louise Lombard
as Claire North
Sal Lucio
as Sonar Technician
Diego Wallraff
as Padre Efrain
Zadran Wali
as Ibrahim Antar
Oralia Cortes
as Sofia Nunez
Chloe Dworkin
as Local Girl #1
Wayne Pére
as Dr. O'Brien
David Chisum
as Brett Baxter
Thom Tran
as News Anchor
Greg Duncan
as Rear Admiral Morse
Ravi Naidu
as Lt. Arya
Samantha Cutaran
as Filipina waitress
Larry Bates
as Lucas Nance
Nealla Gordon
as Holly Baxter
Eve Gordon
as Dr. Carpenter
Joelle Better
as Daughter
Jeff Seymour
as General Basara
Chuck Kelley
as Bartender
Julia Morizawa
as Intake Nurse
Jamie Martz
as Marine Lt.
Toks Olagundoye
as Caroline Polk
Joziah Lagonoy
as Street merchant boy
AJ DeLeon
as Armand Pacada
Greg Fitzpatrick
as American Businessman
Natasha Chandel
as Newscaster
Eric Steinberg
as Captain Urbano
Derek Russo
as Sanders
Sammy Horowitz
as Nick/Foxtrot #4
Satya Mai
as Valerie
Susan Chuang
as Dr. Roberts
Catherine Dent
as Liddy Breen
Lynn Chen
as Patty Watson
Frank Maharajh
as F1 Operator
Hailé D'Alan
as Patrolman
Erin McIntosh
as Tour Guide
Ali Hoffmann
as Not Stella
Steve Voldseth
as OR Surgeon
Jada Turner
as Little Girl
Laura Gardner
as Doris Sawyer
Lon Fiala
as Robert
Anthony Nanakornpanom
as ALA Terrorist
Don Moss
as Priest
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  • Jun 14, 2019
    Great writing continues. The show brings real life into play! Very Good show!!!
  • Jun 07, 2019
    Great action but also great characters and interaction between them. I don't watch much television and this is my first review, this is one of very few programmes that has me looking forward to the next episode.
  • May 21, 2019
    Love this programme hope it continues for a long time
  • May 07, 2019
    SEAL Team S2:E19, For me, this is perhaps one of the best episodes of this series. With Memorial Day approaching, "Medicate and Isolate" is a Should Most Deffinitely Watch episode dealing with the Cost of Freedom, which is puncuated in the final moments of this show. PSA NOTE: If you or, someone you know suffers from PTS or, is a Veteran in need of assistance, contact: or, 800 273-8255.
  • Apr 07, 2019
    Really good show. Military tactics and guns are accurately portrayed. Great cast as well. Good job CBS another home run. Reminds me of NCIS and JAG with more action. What I like is when they practice the mission tactics before they continue it. If it works they go in, if it doesn't they try different scenarios untill they have it down pat and sometimes they still have to wing it when crap hits the fan.
  • Mar 20, 2019
    I am addicted to this show!!
  • Mar 01, 2019
    Best show on TV!! Canâ??t get enough of Sonny and Jason!
  • Feb 27, 2019
    The best show ever. Great story line and compeling caracters. Every week i can't wait to see what my boys and girls are up to. Love it.
  • Feb 06, 2019
    Love Love Love Seal Team!
  • Dec 10, 2018
    Season 2 lost something in the story telling overall. Instead of compelling stories of heroes who overcome adversity, it's a series of episode depicting good people making terrible personal and relational choices in the hopes of adding drama. There are however some incredible episodes that give an excellent portrayal of the sacrifices and struggles our soldiers face, such as episode 3, which is a beautifully portrayed torrent of emotions. It's worth watching, but it's not as well written as the first season.

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