SEAL Team (2017– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Action, Drama, War

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The lives of the elite Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high-stakes missions our country can ask.


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Benjamin Cavell

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1 December 2020 | millebeecroft
| Whole picture writing
This show does a really great job at getting the audience involved in the whole picture of a character. Throughout the three seasons thus far, character development and team/personal growth has been the heart of it all. The missions, action, tragedies, relationships, family issues and faith are all important points that are intricately woven into a complete person that isn't stagnant. The minute you think you really get a character, something is thrown at them to make you and them have to reevaluate and grow.

The technicalities of the show are amazing and because it's so on point (I believe what actual service men and women have said about it's accuracy since I never served), it makes it easier to see the characters and team dynamic. I'm less distracted by occasional bad CGI moments because the intensity of the moment is from the action and the emotion. There's some great acting at work here, and it leaves room for a lot of thought from a regular citizen's perspective.

I came for the action and excitement, I stayed for the realistic acting and character development. I just want to see how Jason, Ray, Sonny, Clay and co. are gonna handle the next hurdle. Whether it's emotional or tactical.

PS, the jargon aspect is so fun. It makes me feel smart when I can follow along, and excited to learn when I realize I might need to Google a term or two.

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