As Season 4 of CBS military drama SEAL Team is coming to an end, fans and cast alike are still anxiously waiting for the series to be renewed. Much of the cast has been publicly on board of the renewal train, especially since CBS announced a big renewal wave for five of its shows. Series star David Boreanaz has a special message for fans awaiting that announcement.

Ahead of the next new episode of SEAL Team, David Boreanaz, who portrays Master Chief Special Warfare Operator Jason Hayes, is making sure that fans not only tune in, but also help get the show renewed for a Season 5. He posted on Instagram a shot of the Bravo team in front of the American flag, with the hashtag #neveroutofthefight, showing fans that they are not backing down:

David Boreanaz is not the only SEAL Team star urging fans to watch the series in order to get a renewal. Last week, Justin Melnick posted an adorable photo with his two babies to motivate fans to tune into the final episodes. With how dedicated the cast is, and how dedicated the fans are, it’s a surprise that CBS has yet to renew this drama.

Meanwhile, the campaigns to renew SEAL Team went into full force after CBS renewed five of its shows last month, including NCIS, Bull, Blue Bloods, S.W.A.T. and Magnum P.I. It was a shock to not see the military drama on the list, especially since it’s paired with S.W.A.T. on Wednesday nights. Though the network is possibly trying to find room, especially after canceling MacGyver and giving the official series order to NCIS: Hawaii.

Besides losing a team member early on in Season 4, the rest of Bravo has been up against quite a lot this season. Ray is dealing with ongoing struggles at home with his wife, and he did recently get taken hostage. Sonny got caught drinking after an op went sideways, Clay seems to be gearing up for a confrontation with the Bravo team very soon, and that's not even all.

It would really be a shame if CBS just canceled the show after leaving the team the way they are, with no closure, no happy ending, really. Which is why the cast is trying to make sure that fans tune in, because ratings do matter, especially when CBS will make permanent decisions for the 2021-22 broadcast season very soon.

Although it seems CBS will keep fans waiting on a decision about SEAL Team for now, the network could make the announcement about the show's future within the next week. In the meantime, fans are still urged to watch the remaining episodes of Season 4, in the hopes of there being a Season 5, with the finale airing on May 26. SEAL Team airs on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EST on CBS.

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