New US action series SEAL Team has been confirmed for Sunday January 28 following the premiere of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
The series stars David Boreanaz (Bones, Angel) as a leader of an elite Navy SEAL team in high-stakes missions across the globe.
This debuted in the US in September and has been greenlit for a full 22 episode season.
Updated: TEN will kick this off at 9pm Sunday January 28 against the Australian Open Men’s Final followed by a Bull repeat.
Senior Chief Jason Hayes is the respected, intense leader of the most elite Navy SEAL team, Tier One. The unit must navigate their professional and personal lives as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high stakes missions the United States can ask of them.
Undergoing additional rigorous training in the hope of joining Hayes’ select unit is Clay Spenser, a young, multi-lingual second generation SEAL with insatiable drive and dedication.
Deployed to Liberia to apprehend known terrorist Abu Samir Al-Masri, Hayes and his team stumble across a hostage situation that sees their mission change from detaining a terrorist to saving an innocent civilian.
Meanwhile Law & Order: SVU is also back in the schedule now screening on Monday nights.
It resumes at 9pm Monday January 29 with S19E7 “Something Happened.” This aired in the US in November.
A rape victim who cannot remember the details of her own sexual assault visits the SVU, distraught and desperate to remember exactly what happened.
In order to help the victim remember, Benson finally decides to disclose a long- kept secret from her past in hope that justice will be served.
Unexpectedly, Benson’s revelation sees a shocking twist in the case as a a secret long kept from both the victim and her sister comes to light.