David Boreanaz as Jason Hayes, Neil Brown Jr. as Ray Perry and Max Thieriot as Clay Spenser in SEAL Team.

SEAL Team is gearing up for its move from CBS to Paramount+ early on in the upcoming season, and the military drama is doing as much promo as possible for the streamer. Now, series star David Boreanaz is celebrating the start of filming for Season 5 by sharing an explosive video to social media.

The Buffy and Angel alum took to Instagram to share his excitement in the fact that SEAL Team is finally back in production. David Boreanaz's video looks chronicles his character Jason Hayes’ journey throughout the four seasons, specifically how he’s lead his Bravo team. While the explosive video doesn’t quite preview Season 5 (since they’ve only just begun filming), Jason’s journey is only just beginning. Check out the post below:

With Season 5 officially underway with filming, fans are now a bit closer to finding out what happens with Jason and Bravo next. Season 4 did end up a happy note, with Clay and Stella finally getting married, but Jason was experiencing some major headaches that will likely play a larger part in the new season. And they may even jeopardize his ability to lead the team.

When it came to a renewal for SEAL Team, CBS kept fans in suspense right up until the end of Season 4. When it was revealed that the series would indeed be coming back, everyone was ecstatic, despite the fact that things will be different for the show when it returns. The first five episodes will be airing on CBS, as usual, but on Sunday night rather than Wednesday. And of course, the series will then be moving to sister streamer Paramount+, where it will remain.

With streaming being all the rage these days, this not gives SEAL Team an advantage in regard to visibility. And David Boreanaz also mentioned before that they producers have room to tell more authentic stories that aren't limited by network restrictions.

The actor recently revealed what he’s most looking forward to exploring with Jason in Season 5, which is the character's children and his leadership. Bravo Team went through a lot last season so, hopefully they’ll be able to get a little bit of a break from the action so we can really dig more into their personal stories. And with that would come a bit a comfort for fans who are constantly fear losing another team member. It will be interesting to see what Season 5 has in store, especially when it comes to the creative changes that occur once the Paramount+ move is done.

Season 5 of SEAL Team premieres Sunday, October 10 on CBS. In the meantime, check out CinemaBlend’s 2021 fall TV schedule to see what other shows to look forward to!

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