The fifth season of Swat is set to be the last one for this television drama, and it will be airing on September 8th. The show follows a group of police officers who are members of a special swat unit that deals with high-risk situations. It has been praised by critics as being an intense series with great acting, and it’s sure to keep you hooked until the very end!
When will Swat Season 5 release?
The fourth season of S.W.A.T was 18 episodes long, and it ended at the end of May 2021. News of a fifth season came to light ahead of the finale, and fans are already excited for new episodes.
One of CBS’s hit series has been given the green light for a new season. Other shows include NCIS and Blue Bloods. The fifth season of a show will be on TV in the fall. The release date for it is October 1, 2021.
What is the plot of Swat Season 5?
Season five should clear up some answers regarding the team shakeup following Hondo’s demotion. The series focuses on tensions between police and the Black community, and Hondo was known to have gone to the press following the clash with racist officers.
Viewers can expect to see more of this in the upcoming season, with Luca stepping up as the main character. Johnson, who plays Luca, said on Twitter: “Thank you all for watching this season! Means a lot, all your support. “Can’t wait for an action-filled season 5!”
One fan responded: “Thank you guys for your dedication and hard work that goes into the show! The seasons just keep getting better can’t wait for season 5!!”
Who will be starring in Swat Season 5?
The new season raises some questions regarding some of the characters’ fates, including that of Deacon (played by Jay Harrington). The veteran sergeant found himself in trouble when he stood up to racist cops, and it could impact his career. Kenny Johnson will be making a comeback as Luca, much to the delight of fans.
Meanwhile, Hondo (Shemar Moore) and Victor Tan (David Lim), will also be returning, having made some huge decisions in their personal lives. Lina Esco and Alex Russell are also expected to return as Chris Alonso and Jim Street.
Is Swat Season 5 trailer out?
Sadly, there is no trailer for the next season. But as the fourth season has just ended, it won’t be long until we have a new one.
Hopefully, before the end of summer, a teaser will be released. The new episodes are expected to come out between September and November 2021. There is no information to suggest that filming has begun. The official Twitter account for the series left fans wanting more, saying: “Real twist there at the end. Until next season #SWAT squad.”
Recently, it was revealed that Season 5 of CBS’ S.W.A.T. will premiere with a two-part episode during which Shemar Moore’s Hondo will find himself south of the border for various reasons in a Mexico-set storyline. The network has now announced its fall premiere dates and the Criminal Minds alum is pumped.
Season 5 of the cop procedural will be premiering this fall on Friday, October 1, officially marking a move for S.W.A.T. and the first movement on Season 5. With production on the upcoming season starting and the premiere date now announced, fans and the cast are appropriately excited. Shemar Moore shared his excitement on Instagram and even teased what’s in store for Season 5 with an enthusiastic post.
Shemar Moore has always been very pumped about S.W.A.T. and his character, Hondo. Following the Season 5 renewal, the actor even shared a video from the set in which he exclaimed over the news to his fellow cast and crew. It made me even more excited for what is to come. Though there currently isn’t any other information on Season 5 besides the aforementioned two-part premiere, it’s likely more news will come out as we get closer to the October 1 date and fans will have that to look
S.W.A.T.’s fifth season is still a few months away though it already seems like Season 4 was a lifetime ago. Now that things are getting back to normal after an unpredictable year for the cast, television has never felt more ready and rearing to go. It already seems like Season 5 is going to be bigger and better than ever, and I’m already champing at the bit to see more of Shemar Moore and the David Squad when they return on Friday, October 1 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS!