Thursday, February 1, 2018

SEAL Team - Getaway Day

SEAL Team - Getaway Day television review

After a bombing takes out an entire team, Bravo team finds their time at home cut short.and is asked to deploy overseas in only 18 hours. The first two-thirds of "Getaway Day" spends most of its time showcasing the turmoil of family and friends due both to the attack and Bravo team leaving well-before they had planned. After arriving in Afghanistan, Hayes (David Boreanaz) and his men turn their attention to the terrorists responsible for the trap which killed Echo team ending on a cliffhanger heading into a four-week break. Given the entire team is now deployed overseas, rather than the separate strike missions we've seen so far, it will be interesting to see how much of the show's focus moves away from the family drama of the separate soldiers' home lives (which are often the weaker scenes of the show, but here are a strength with the characters given far more to play against than normal).

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