|Created by:||Benjamin Cavell|
|Written by:||Benjamin Cavell|
|Aired:||October 3, 2018 – present|
|Cast:|| David Boreanaz as Jason Hayes |
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- David Boreanaz as Jason Hayes
- Max Thieriot as Clay Spenser
- Jessica Paré as Mandy Ellis
- Neil Brown Jr. as Ray Perry
- A.J. Buckley as Sonny Quinn
- Toni Trucks as Lisa Davis
- Judd Lormand as Eric Blackburn
- Tyler Grey as Trent Sawyer
- Ruffin Prentiss as Summer Kairos
- Alona Tal as Stella Baxter
- Parisa Fakhri as Naima Perry
- Kerri Medders as Emma Hayes
- Ammon Jacob Ford as Michael Hayes
- Michaela McManus as Alana Hayes
- Michael McGrady as Officer Harrington
- Michael Irby as Adam Siever
- Mirelly Taylor as Rita Alfaro
- Bobby Daniel Rodriguez as Lieutenant Juan Lopez
- On March 27, 2018, CBS renewed the series for a second season, along with freshman series S.W.A.T.., including reboot series MacGyver and Hawaii Five-0 were also renewed.
- On May 22, 2018, Benjamin Cavell and Ed Redlich are both left the series after one season for the creative direction and replace by John Glenn as the new showrunner.
|Title||Written by||Directed by||Air Date||Production Code|
|Fracture||John Glenn & Spencer Hunt||Christopher Chulack||October 3, 2018||201|
Six months have passed since Jason's hallucination episode. Jason has medically recovered and is leading the team again, Spenser is now Ray's replacement as second-in-command, and now an Explosives Ordnance Disposal Technician is recruited into the team. Their latest mission involves a hostage-rescue and bomb disposal mission on an oil platform in the Gulf of Guinea, which has been overrun by a new terrorist organization. Meanwhile, Ray contemplates joining another SEAL team after being rebuffed by Jason, who says he doesn't trust him anymore. Also, Jason has been living with Alana and the children during recovery and is now looking for a house of his own near them.
|Never Say Die||Jon Worley||Nelson McCormick||October 10, 2018||202|
The team is deployed to Saudi Arabia in order to stop a Shiite extremist group from deploying anthrax into a major aquifer, working alongside local troops. Meanwhile, Mandy works an operation in Mexico to find a DEA agent before joining them. When there's a cave in inside the tunnel and lose communication with Jason and Sonny, the Saudi general wants to bomb the site. Clay and the rest of Bravo work to remove the debris while Jason and Sonny neutralize the terrorist threat, and manage to make contact just in time to stop the bombing. During the aftermath, Spenser meets Stella's parents, who're not keen on their daughter being with a soldier, and Ray makes his rift with Jason public to the team after Jason confronts him about his interest in join Charlie Team. Back home, Jason is approached by a local Sheriff, being notified that Alana was involved in a car accident.
|The Worst of Conditions||Holly Harold||Christopher Chulack||October 17, 2018||203|
Jason rushed to the hospital, only to be informed by the doctor that Alana has died. While holding a funeral for Alana, Jason is forced to step down as team leader to focus on his children, with fellow SEAL Adam Seaver taking his place. Ray joins the rest of the team at Jason’s request and is deployed to Mumbai to rescue a foreign service officer, only to find out their hostage has been relocated.
|All That Matters||Duppy Demetrius||Gonzalo Amat||October 24, 2018||204|
While the team saves the foreign service officer in the hotel, they are given the additional task of rescuing hostages at a local university. Meanwhile, Jason resigns from Bravo Team in order to mend his relationship with his children.
|Say Again Your Last||Dana Greenblatt||Silver Tree||October 31, 2018||205|
After Adam is killed by a suicide bomber, Clay freezes up and Ray has to take charge. The team is forced to continue their hostage rescue, which they manage to do successfully while killing the terrorists. Afterwards, Clay steals a car to go back to pick up Adam's body. The CIA discovers a Pakistani politician backed up the attack, but since they won't get involved, Mandy gives the information to the locals. Meanwhile, Jason has to notify Adam’s widow, Victoria. Emma accompanies him and listens to him talking with Victoria. After they return home, Emma tells him she understands now and that he should go back, otherwise he will rot. When the team comes back, Jason joins them carryng Adam's casket out the plane.
|Hold What You Got||Spencer Hudnut & Mark Semos||Kevin Fink||November 7, 2018||206|
Six weeks after their last mission, Bravo honors their fallen comrade. Sonny and Lisa almost kiss. Stella breaks up with Clay. Bravo Team is deployed to Mexico in order to hunt down a drug cartel led by Andres Doza, who is responsible for killing a D.E.A. agent. While conducting a joint operation with the Mexican Marines led by Colonel Martinez, Jason makes the decision for his team to not pursue their high-value target after coming across a group of kidnapped civilians in a cartel safehouse. Mexican Marine Lieutenant Lopez, who is well-known in the neighborhood of their mission area, is identified by the HVT, and is marked for death in the aftermath of the operation.
|Outside the Wire||John Glenn, Julian Silver & Reiss Clauson-Wolf||J. Michael Muro||November 14, 2018||207|
Intelligence recovered from retrieved cell phones during the previous operation has Bravo Team surveilling a businessman tied to the cartel. However, the businessman is killed during the operation. To salvage the failure, Bravo Team conducts a successful kidnapping operation on a CEO of a modeling agency who is also currently affiliated with the cartel. During the aftermath of the operation, Clay confesses to Sonny about his break-up while Jason and Ray intervene in preventing Lopez’s surrender to the cartel.
|Parallax||Holly Harold & Teresa Huang||Jann Turner||November 21, 2018||208|
Interrogation on the CEO leads Bravo Team to Doza's best friend and second-in-command, Luis Castillo. In order to draw him out of the shadows, the SEALs and Mexican Marines assault an improvised drug lab at a re-purposed pottery factory, disguising themselves as a rival cartel. The joint team is then tasked on a surveillance mission on Castillo in order to facilitate his apprehension. However, the team unknowingly drives into an ambush site while tailing Castillo.
|Santa Muerte||John Glenn & Jon Worley||Larry Teng||December 5, 2018||209|
The SEALs, a wounded Colonel Martinez, and a wounded Castillo are forced to take shelter in a church while waiting for reinforcements led by Commander Blackburn and Lieutenant Lopez. Meanwhile, Mandy learns that her CISEN counterpart, Rita, is the unwilling mole responsible for leaking the SEAL operations to Doza. In the aftermath, Martinez succumbs to his wounds while Ray learns of Doza’s safehouse location during Castillo’s dying moments.
|Prisoner's Dilemma||Tom Mularz & Jon Worley||Thomas Carter||December 12, 2018||210|
While raiding Doza’s safehouse, Bravo Team learns that Doza’s escape plan is to surrender himself into Mexican police custody for immunity in Chiapas, while painting the SEALs as villains. Seeing this as a farce, Jason and Mandy use the 24-hour deadline for the SEAL’s exit from Mexico as a last opportunity to raid Doza’s mansion. Bravo Team, with the aid of Lopez, successfully captures Doza, but is forced into a stand-off with the local Chiapas state police. Seeing no other option, Lopez executes Doza in a fit of rage. When the supervising officer arrives inside Doza’s bedroom, Jason convinces the officer to stage Doza’s death as a suicide in order to avoid further political scandals and spare Lopez from prosecution. In the aftermath of the operation, Jason confesses to Alana’s grave about his fears on being a good father to their children.
|Backwards in High Heels||Holly Harold & Dana Greenblatt||Ruben Garcia||January 2, 2019||211|
Bravo Team partners with the British Special Air Service to rescue passengers on a hijacked plane who are taken hostage by terrorists.
|Things Not Seen||Kenny Ryan & Jacob Roman (Story/Teleplay)|
Tom Mularz (Story)
|Michael Watkins||January 9, 2019||212|
Bravo Team travels to Turkey to rescue a young American who voluntarily married an ISIS leader.
|Time to Shine||John Glenn, Spencer Hudnut and Mark Semos||Christopher Chulack||January 23, 2019||213|
Bravo Team desperately works to save Sonny from a life-threatening situation, after he becomes trapped in a submarine torpedo tube during a clandestine mission off the coast of North Korea.