‘Hearth Nation’ Star Max Thieriot To Return To ‘SEAL Crew’ For Season 6 – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Max Thieriot can be working very laborious for the subsequent yr. He’s the star and government producer of CBS/CBS Studios’ drama Hearth Nation, which was picked as much as sequence yesterday. Thieriot additionally is without doubt one of the stars of CBS Studios’ former CBS drama sequence SEAL Crew which now streams on Paramount+.

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When Thieriot closed a deal to headline the Hearth Nation pilot (fka Cal Hearth) in February, Paramount+ had simply renewed SEAL Crew for Season 6. On the time, Thieriot was the one primary solid member who didn’t have a modified-for-streaming Season 6 deal, and his current choice had not been picked up by CBS Studios but as everybody was ready to see what occurred with Hearth Nation, a ardour undertaking for Thieriot.

I hear that since then, Thieriot has closed a deal for Season 6 of SEAL Crew, which is slated to start manufacturing quickly. After wrapping the navy drama, Thieriot is predicted to segue to Hearth Nation because it begins filming its first season. The one-year association applies to the upcoming sixth season of SEAL Crew; it’s unclear but what’s going to occur past that with him and the remainder of the solid whose contracts are up then.

The brand new SEAL Crew deal eliminates the uncertainty, which prompted the Season 5 finale to finish in a cliffhanger for Thieriot’s character Clay Spense. On the best way again to Mali, Clay (Thieriot) tells Jason (David Boreanaz) that this may be his final mission with Bravo for some time, saying that he’s transferring to the Inexperienced Crew so he can spend extra time with Stella (Alona Tal) and his new child son, Brian. Once they’re again on the bottom in Mali, Bravo is ambushed, trapped and underneath fireplace, and Clay seems to be hit with shrapnel to an eye fixed, footage that’s intertwined in a montage with Stella’s child bathe.

Hearth Nation, from Jerry Bruckheimer Tv and CBS Studios, is impressed by Thieriot’s experiences rising up in Northern California fireplace nation and stems from an authentic thought by the actor, who additionally co-penned the story for the pilot with its writers, Tony Phelan and Joan Rater.

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