The CBS military drama SEAL Team unloaded its season 4 finale a week, but some fans are wondering whether there’s an incident 17 to come, and what is in store for season 5.

David Boreanaz’s Jason Hayes headed the Bravo group of Navy SEALs at a poignant season 4 finale, which is going to be the show’s last season with CBS until it goes into Paramount +.

Season 4 is shorter compared to previous seasons, opting for 16 episodes rather than it’s customary 20 or 22. Some fans are somewhat confused as to why this season was briefer, noting that it could be a result of pandemic-related problems, along with the fan base is questioning whether there’ll be an incident 17 coming shortly.


There does not appear to be an incident 17, but one source suggests that season 4 will probably last.
There’s not been any official word that there’ll be more of season 4, and many fans are treating incident 16 since the show’s finale.

On the other hand, the SEAL Team fandom webpage for season 4 comprised a fascinating bit of trivia. According to the record, season 4 will probably be receiving over 16 episodes.

Maybe the series is going to have a short break before continuing 4 with the second couple of episodes, or so the manufacturers may have opted to carry over the remaining material into season 5.

What’s Going to HAPPEN IN SEASON 5?

*WARNING: Spoilers Ahead*

SEASON 5 HAS BEEN CONFIRMED and will probably deal with the aftermath of Total Metal’s passing, keep Ray’s treatment, and research what Jason’s headaches are about.
Season 4 finished with Bravo’s understanding that Total Metal had expired from shielding his group through an RPG attack, and season 5 needs to showcase the Bravo group’s despair in reaction to his fatality.

Clay and Stella’s long run as newlyweds will generate an original Story for the few, and season 5 will also record Sonny’s possible transfer to Texas to be closer to his daughter.

Fans are also questioning the seriousness of Jason’s sudden headaches, which is also a significant topic to be clarified in season 5.


SEAL Team Season 5 ought to introduction on Paramount + throughout the autumn.
Deadline noted that season 5 is scheduled for a fall launch, but the show’s movement from CBS into Paramount + could cause delays.