SEAL Team season 2 episode 21: David Boreanaz is back directing!

SEAL Team season 2 episode 11For those wondering when David Boreanaz would be back directing SEAL Teamwonder no more!

In a post on Instagram (check it out below!), the man behind Jason Hayes made it clear that season 2 episode 21, airing later this spring, will be his chance to step back into the all-familiar role. Interestingly, Boreanaz also directed episode 21 of season 1, entitled “The Graveyard of Empires.” (21 is also our lucky number, just in case anyone was wondering.) Prior to joining SEAL Team, he also helmed episodes of Bones and Angel, plus also an episode of The Finder.

David’s post, beyond the directing news, also gives you some incredible scenery, a small taste of what is likely to come during this episode. He’s in the process of location scouting, a necessity for a show like this that features so much of Bravo Team out in the field, doing what they can to complete missions. Location scouting is no easy feat — you often have to find places that can double for other parts of the world, without having to travel too far from your home base. Shows like this need an absolutely-exceptional team to make that happen since you can’t just go back to the same place every time and suddenly declare “this is a different country now.”

Content like this should get you that much more excited about what is hopefully going to be an action-packed, exceptional final batch of season 2 episodes … and also help to alleviate the wait. It’s been a pretty long in-season hiatus and unfortunately, it’s not quite over yet. SEAL Team returns with new episodes come Wednesday, March 13, so really, it’s about two and a half weeks away! Before long, there should be more details all about some of these upcoming episodes; of course, we want to see more missions, but also a check-in on how Sonny is doing in the aftermath of that harrowing situation in the last new episode. This has certainly been a rough season for some of the Bravo Team — they’ve dealt with tragedy, faced certain death, and dealt with the typical strain of their lives being constantly uprooted. It takes its toll, and that makes the importance of the Bravo Team family, and the missions they complete, all the more significant. This show is action-packed and intense, but it stands out from the pack with its beautiful, poignant moments between characters.

Your mission

Remember to watch SEAL Team when it is back on the air, and in its new timeslot in 10:00 p.m. Eastern. The more live viewers the show gets, the more likely it is that CBS will greenlight a season 3. It’d sure be nice to see the renewal handed down when the network issues their customary mass-renewal of many shows come March or April; the latest they’ve got, under most circumstances, to renew is in May.

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Pre scout time for @sealteamcbs and epp. 221. Going Big. 🇺🇸 #TEAMS

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