Is SWAT episode 12 new tonight on CBS? Given that there have been so many other new episodes on the air as of late, we absolutely understand the temptation to think that we were about to get another installment tonight, as well!
Unfortunately, that’s just not the case. There is no SWAT on the air tonight and, to go along with that, there’s really only one more installment in general coming over the course of the next month. We’re speaking here of SWAT episode 12 entitled “Contamination,” which is airing in one week’s time and seems to promise that there will be some rather-big surprises that go along with that.
If you haven’t seen the official synopsis for the hour, you can do that below:
“Contamination” – Hondo and the SWAT team join forces with the FBI on a manhunt to find members of a militia group planning a domestic terror attack by weaponizing cyanide. Also, as Jessica’s new police initiatives with Michael Plank (Peter Facinelli), president of the police commission, move forward, she braces herself for the negative impact the plans could have on her relationships within the department, on S.W.A.T., Thursday, Feb. 1 (10:00-11:00, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
If you want to know the future of the series beyond SWAT episode 12, one of the things to remember is that with the show getting a full-season order, be prepared to see a heck of a lot of Shemar Moore and the rest of the cast through the months of March and April, leading up of course to the big finale that is coming a little bit later this spring. Expect some more twists before we get to that point — hopefully, there will also be some timely and thought-provoking stories in the process. Sure, this is a thought-provoking action series that is meant to entertain you, but there is potential for it to be so much more than that. We’ve seen it already.
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