SEAL Team: Season 4 (2020)


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Air date: Nov 25, 2020

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.

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Air date: Dec 2, 2020

Bravo Team reunites with Jason and Cerberus, then go underground to search booby-trapped tunnels for terrorist leader Al-Hazred.

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Air date: Dec 9, 2020

Bravo Team struggles to adjust to a new team dynamic after several members make life-altering career decisions.

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Air date: Dec 16, 2020

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.

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Air date: Jan 13, 2021

With no leads on Ray's whereabouts, Jason pushes Bravo team to extreme lengths and considers crossing a dangerous line to help locate their missing brother. Meanwhile, Ray tries to survive captivity.

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Air date: Jan 27, 2021

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

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Air date: Feb 17, 2021

As Bravo continues grappling with major changes, the team spins up on a mission in Ecuador. Also, Natalie presents a life-changing idea to Jason.

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Air date: Mar 3, 2021

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Air date: Mar 10, 2021

As Ray continues to lead the mission in Syria, the stakes grow higher when members of Bravo team learn the truth about their target.

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Cast & Crew

Toni Trucks
Lisa Davis
Max Thieriot
Clay Spenser
Neil Brown Jr.
Ray Perry
David Boreanaz
Jason Hayes
A.J. Buckley
Sonny Quinn
Justin Melnick
Brock Reynolds
Tyler Grey
Trent Sawyer
Parisa Fakhri
Naima Perry
Scott Foxx
Full Metal
Judd Lormand
Lt. Cdr. Eric Blackburn
Tim Chiou
Michael "Thirty Mike" Chen
Jamie McShane
Captain Lindell
Kaliayh Rhambo
Jameelah Perry
Alona Tal
Stella Baxter
Emily Swallow
Natalie Pierce
Jessica Paré
Mandy Ellis
Mike Wade
Lt. Wes Soto
Rachel Boston
Hannah Oliver
Shiva Negar
Mina Hassan
Chris Chulack
Executive Producer
Ed Redlich
Executive Producer
Ben Cavell
Executive Producer
Carl Beverly
Executive Producer
Sarah Timberman
Executive Producer
Mark H. Semos
Stephen Gasper
Kenny Ryan
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  • Feb 09, 2021
    Seal Team makes for exciting television, with the shows well-written, produced, directed and acted. The first story arc of Season Four is my favorite thus far, delivering gripping, edge-of-the-seat action. The characters are complex and empathetic. Their tribulations, career challenges, and personal problems make the show more than just a shoot-em-up action show. I don't think the show glorifies the violence excessively, taking pains to show danger, fear and loss. There could be more depth and complexity in the portrayal of the Arabs/Muslims, but I get why there's not enough time to develop that. The viewer is compelled by the dangerous combat scenarios and the team's perseverance and grit. The camaraderie is something that is exceedingly well portrayed, and it makes me wish I were part of such a team despite the hardship and heartache. Well done, Boreanaz and the rest of the cast and crew.
  • Jan 15, 2021
    This show is the best on TV in a long long time. The actors, writers, producers are extraordinary in what the do. The show is so realistic and I love seeing the brotherhood the Bravo Team shares.
  • Dec 17, 2020
    Great story lines and love the humor. Definitely worth watching.

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