While production on SEAL Team season 4 is still on hold, it does look like the team behind the scenes are working in order to prepare! That includes star, executive producer, and occasional director David Boreanaz.
In a new post on Instagram, Boreanaz noted that location scouting is underway for the series, potentially one that he is directing. (Remember that there was an episode that he was working on as director before production for season 3 got shut down.) That episode could be one of the ones finished when filming returns, and eventually we imagine the show will transition over to brand-new scripts written specifically for the fourth season.
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Location scouting is the first real sign we have that production is nearing a start date, but remember that everything at the moment is still up in the air. With the state of the global health crisis, especially in Los Angeles County, we’re going to see more of a touch-and-go process than ever before. There’s going to be a lot of testing and a production that moves at a slower pace than usual to meet necessary regulations. It remains to be seen, in the end, how much the current situation will impact television sets. The majority of US scripted shows are still on hold, though SEAL Team’s timeslot partner on Wednesday nights in SWAT is slated to begin this week.
Hopefully, SEAL Team will be able to premiere on Wednesdays this fall following The Amazing Race. We all need a little bit of Bravo Team in our lives, and we’re hoping that there is going to be a chance to see some more action and drama. We know that for Boreanaz’s Jason Hayes, the premiere is going to have a lot to address when it comes to the state of things between him and Mandy.
What are you the most excited for when it comes to SEAL Team season 4?
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