SEAL Team episode 14 is the first episode of the CBS drama airing following the lengthy hiatus in February, and every indication that we’ve got at the moment suggests that it’s going to be a significant episode. We’ve got the TEAM still out on deployment, and they are going to have their work cut out for them trying to complete the mission while still dealing with a variety of issues that shouldn’t really be on their mind while out in the field.
Want to know a few more details? Then be sure to check out the SEAL Team episode 14 synopsis that CarterMatt has for you below:
“Call Out” – Jason and the SEAL Team settle into deployment life and get closer to discovering who ambushed Echo Team after Mandy gets a lead from an unlikely source on the base, on SEAL TEAM, Wednesday, Feb. 28 (at a special time, 10:01-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
The truth about where the show is right now is that it’s going to feel very different from what we saw the majority of season 1 before the break. Episode 13 was in some ways a sea change, and a chance to completely shake up the show’s structure and bring it to an entirely different place. Even if you are not altogether familiar with the first batch of episodes, there is a good chance that you can watch this story and still figure out what’s going on. It’s fictionalized versions of American heroes going out and doing what they need to do, while not also losing the humanity that they have. We care about these characters well beyond just them being SEALs — we know how much they stand to lose if something happens, which is why the stakes are so high.
One thing we should remind you of, as mentioned in the synopsis, is that SEAL team episode 14 is going to be airing at a special time at 10:00 p.m. Eastern time following the two-hour premiere of Survivor. (The series will return to its normal 9:00 p.m. timeslot the following week.) We’re looking forward into seeing whatever is going to be coming up next.
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