Interested in learning the SEAL Team episode 13 return date? We’ve got that news for you within plus a little more insight on what could be coming up.
Let’s deal here with the main subject at hand first — the SEAL Team episode 13 return date is going to be Wednesday, January 31 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern. The David Boreanaz series is going on a brief hiatus for a week due in part to The Amazing Race serving up a double-episode, but CBS will be bringing the show back for at least one more outing before we see it go off the air for at least one more outing prior to the start of the Olympics next month.
Alas, there isn’t exactly a whole lot known about SEAL Team episode 13 at the moment other than the title of “Getaway Day.” This will be something that hopefully CBS will announce a little bit more information on prior to it coming on the air; this is just a network that often doesn’t have much of a rhyme or reason as to when it releases episode details. It also doesn’t always, at least on the surface, when it comes to their shows’ airing patterns. This time of year you often have shows that air one episode, disappear for a week, come back for one more episode, and then disappear again. The logic on paper doesn’t make a whole lot of sense, but there is clearly something still that works for them. CBS has found a secret sauce to getting good ratings for many of their shows, even with frequent one or two-week hiatuses during the season. Because many of their shows are procedural by nature, they do have a good degree of staying power.
Rest assured that when there is more SEAL Team information out there, we’ll have it for you here. Just keep watching as we hope to see the show get a season 2 renewal well before the start of May sweeps! We don’t want to see everyone forced to wait in the wings for the next four months.
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