Is SWAT new tonight on CBS? Within this article, we’ve got some more news about that … and a whole lot more on what’s ahead.
Let’s go ahead and get some of the bad news out of the way now: There is no new episode on the air tonight. There’s a new episode of SEAL Team on at 9:00, but the Shemar Moore series is airing a repeat instead. What gives with that? Well, it’s got a few things to do with the fact that they had a new episode earlier this season when SEAL Team was off the air, and this allows the two shows to get back on the same pace. Because they are timeslot companions, this is something that matters a great deal to the folks over at the network.
So while there is no new episode tonight, we can at least give you a little bit of scoop! Below, CarterMatt has the full SWAT season 3 episode 10 synopsis with more news as to what’s coming up:
“Monster” – The SWAT team’s task to provide security for a warlord is threatened by assassins determined to take him out before he’s extradited by the International Criminal Court. Also, Hondo’s father, Daniel Sr. (Obba Babatundé), tries to make amends to his mother, Charice (Debbie Allen), Street’s foster brother, Nate (Cory Hardrict), asks for his help with a corrupt boss and Deacon reluctantly explores therapy for his daughter, Lila (Amanda Lowe-Oadell), on S.W.A.T., Wednesday, Dec. 11 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
As you can see from that alone, this is an important episode for a lot of different reasons. It could be the culmination of everything that we’ve seen so far in regards to Hondo’s family, while at the same time also featuring one of the most dangerous missions to date. Providing security for a warlord is not the sort of thing that we would have on our list of things we’d want to do; instead, it feels like a recipe for disaster and/or sever bodily harm. Staying safe is not going to be the easiest thing in the world to do.
What do you want to see when it comes to SWAT moving forward?
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