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David Boreanaz Talks ‘Seal Team’ And How His Training For The Series Won’t Keep Him Off The Ice

  • ET Canada
The lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs and how they deal with their missions and Ptsd is the focus of Global‘s new drama “Seal Team”. Et Canada’s Roz Weston caught up with series star David Boreanaz about working with real-life SEALs to get his character just right. “It’s been such a great […]
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Five Things “Seal Team” Gets Wrong about Navy Seals

Seal Team is new drama series from CBS. It follows the lives of the military elite as they take on risky undercover missions overseas as well as their family lives. The show primarily focuses on the professional and personal lives of Navy SEALs as they train, plan, and tackle dangerous operations around the globe. David Boreanaz is the star of the show as he tries to tell the story of one of the most coveted military unit. Even though the show puts in an effort to be as authentic as possible, there are some things it gets wrong about Navy

Five Things “Seal Team” Gets Wrong about Navy Seals
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19 Firefighters Died. One Survived. The Heroic True Story behind Only the Brave

  • PEOPLE.com
19 Firefighters Died. One Survived. The Heroic True Story behind Only the Brave
As Northern California prepares to recover from a devastating series of wildfires, the heroic and poignant true story behind one of the worst firefighter tragedies in U.S. history is now in theaters.

Only the Brave tells the story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, a highly trained team of wildland firefighters that lost 19 of its 20 members when they became entrapped in the Yarnell Hill blaze in Arizona on June 30, 2013.

The wildfire was ignited by lightning on June 28, 2013, and it quickly spread over 8,300 acres through a combination of strong winds, high temperatures and dry conditions caused by drought.

Members of another hotshot team,
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Got Your 6 Recognizes New Class of 6 Certified Projects

Got Your 6 has announced six new projects have received its 6 Certified designation, a program that recognizes film, television, theatrical, or digital content that accurately portrays veterans as leaders and civic assets.

The projects range from CBS’s new show “Seal Team,” the Tina Fey-produced “Great News” on NBC, and the biographical film “Rebel in the Rye” about WWII veteran J.D. Salinger.

The national veteran empowerment organization Got Your 6 launched the 6 Certified initiative in early 2015 as part of its mission to change the veteran “broken/hero” stereotype held by 80 percent of U.S. civilians. The program challenges entertainment industry executives and content creators to craft more thoughtful narratives around veterans and military families.

Got Your 6 announced the following projects were awarded with 6 Certified status:

Blood Stripe” — Winner of numerous film festival awards, the thriller “Blood Stripe” tells the story of a female U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant
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‘Seal Team’ Review: Tune in for a Decent David Boreanaz Drama, Come Back for His Skydiving Dog

‘Seal Team’ Review: Tune in for a Decent David Boreanaz Drama, Come Back for His Skydiving Dog
Seal Team” is a perfectly adequate military drama. Nothing about it will surprise you, and nothing about it will take you out of your comfort zone. Through two episodes, creator Benjamin Cavell’s new CBS series establishes itself as a serviceable entry in the growing canon of troops-on-the-ground TV shows, surpassing NBC’s entry “The Brave” and adding just enough visual flair and human connection to make David Boreanaz fans happy.

There is also a dog.

Named Dita in real-life, the dedicated canine companion plays a militarized man’s best friend. Specifically, Jason Hayes’ (Boreanaz) best friend, and she accompanies the elite group of Navy SEALs on their missions. Dita leads the charge through various homes, bombed out buildings, and underground tunnels, helping to track bad guys and point out dangerous traps facing the team.

Read More:‘This Is Us’ Season 2 Review: NBC Drama Grows Up in a Premiere
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‘Seal Team’ Review: Tune in for a Decent David Boreanaz Drama, Come Back for His Skydiving Dog

  • Indiewire
‘Seal Team’ Review: Tune in for a Decent David Boreanaz Drama, Come Back for His Skydiving Dog
Seal Team” is a perfectly adequate military drama. Nothing about it will surprise you, and nothing about it will take you out of your comfort zone. Through two episodes, creator Benjamin Cavell’s new CBS series establishes itself as a serviceable entry in the growing canon of troops-on-the-ground TV shows, surpassing NBC’s entry “The Brave” and adding just enough visual flair and human connection to make David Boreanaz fans happy.

There is also a dog.

Named Dita in real-life, the dedicated canine companion plays a militarized man’s best friend. Specifically, Jason Hayes’ (Boreanaz) best friend, and she accompanies the elite group of Navy SEALs on their missions. Dita leads the charge through various homes, bombed out buildings, and underground tunnels, helping to track bad guys and point out dangerous traps facing the team.

Read More:‘This Is Us’ Season 2 Review: NBC Drama Grows Up in a Premiere
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‘Seal Team’: 5 Things To Know About The David Boreanaz Military Show

  • ET Canada
David Boreanaz is back on TV in “Seal Team”, playing troubled-yet-gifted Navy Seal Jason Hayes. Boreanaz barely took a break from playing a leading-man role on primetime TV, with “Bones” ending in March 2017 after 12 seasons. “Seal Team” follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, […]
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Our Staff Picks: TV Shows to Watch the Week of Sept. 25, 2017

Our Staff Picks: TV Shows to Watch the Week of Sept. 25, 2017
Welcome back to Tune In: our weekly newsletter offering a guide to the best of the week’s TV.

Each week, Variety’s TV team combs through the week’s schedule, selecting our picks of what to watch and when/how to watch them. This week, “Will & Grace” returns to the air after more than a decade, and the “Big Bang Theory” prequel “Young Sheldon” premieres.

Young Sheldon,” CBS, Monday, 8:30 p.m.

In the series premiere of this “Big Bang Theory” prequel, viewers are taken back to witness the childhood of a young Sheldon Cooper in East Texas. As the child prodigy makes his way to high school at age 9, Sheldon must deal with pressure not only from his new classmates but also his family, including his brother, sister, and father, all of whom struggle to understand his genius intellect. Meanwhile, Sheldon’s mother Mary fiercely protects and nurtures her son in a town where he
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5 Things You Need to Know About 'Seal Team'

  • BuddyTV
5 Things You Need to Know About 'Seal Team'
Beginning this fall, CBS takes viewers into the dangerous world of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs on Seal Team.  On the surface, the show is about how members of the team navigate their personal and professional lives while executing high-stakes missions. But there's more to the military drama series than a case-of-the-week show. Here are five things you need to know about Seal Team.
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A look at Justice Ninja Style – Filmed in Missouri in 1986

Article by Mark Longden

I love regional genre cinema – those movies that existed in the early days of VHS and video rental stores,

when seemingly anything could turn a small profit. There are many of them – 1977’s “The Demon

Lover”, 1987’s “Night Screams”, and the early movies of Donald Farmer, among many many more. It was

with great delight when I read the We Are Movie Geeks article on the St Louis Video Society and their

upcoming showing of a local movie so obscure it doesn’t even have an IMDb page, the amazing “Justice

Ninja Style”.

This gem was filmed in DeSoto, a little drive out of St Louis in what would politely be referred to as rural

Missouri, and is the brainchild of one Ron White, an apparent 10th dan black belt in karate. He’s written a

few books, including one with the excellent title “So You
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International Newswire: James Corden to Be Honored at Rose d’Or Awards

International Newswire: James Corden to Be Honored at Rose d’Or Awards
In the International Newswire today, James Corden is set to be honored by the Rose d’Or Awards; international critics crown Aki Kaurismäki’s latest film as the year’s best movie; and Daniel Mays, Emilia Jones and Bella Ramsey join acclaimed photographer Tom Beard’s feature debut ‘Two for Joy.’

James Corden, host of CBS’ “The Late Late Show,” will be named Entertainer of the Year at the 56th Rose d’Or Awards ceremony in Berlin on Sept. 19. The inaugural award recognizes “the contribution to the world of entertainment of one talented individual over the past 12 months,” according to the European Broadcasting Union (Ebu), which presents the prize.

The Ebu added that Corden, who has hosted “The Late Late Show” since 2015, “has made a huge global impact with his ‘Carpool Karaoke’ feature, helping ‘The Late Late Show’ YouTube channel to reach over a billion views.” The segment sees famous musical guests joining Corden in his car
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International Newswire: James Corden to Be Honored at Rose d’Or Awards

International Newswire: James Corden to Be Honored at Rose d’Or Awards
In the International Newswire today, James Corden is set to be honored by the Rose d’Or Awards; international critics crown Aki Kaurismäki’s latest film as the year’s best movie; and Daniel Mays, Emilia Jones and Bella Ramsey join acclaimed photographer Tom Beard’s feature debut ‘Two for Joy.’

James Corden, host of CBS’ “The Late Late Show,” will be named Entertainer of the Year at the 56th Rose d’Or Awards ceremony in Berlin on Sept. 19. The inaugural award recognizes “the contribution to the world of entertainment of one talented individual over the past 12 months,” according to the European Broadcasting Union (Ebu), which presents the prize.

The Ebu added that Corden, who has hosted “The Late Late Show” since 2015, “has made a huge global impact with his ‘Carpool Karaoke’ feature, helping ‘The Late Late Show’ YouTube channel to reach over a billion views.” The segment sees famous musical guests joining Corden in his car
See full article at Variety - TV News »

'Stratton': Film Review

'Stratton': Film Review
Dominic Cooper flexes his action hero muscles as a globe-trotting trouble-shooter in Stratton. Hired as last-minute replacement for Henry Cavill shortly before shooting began, the Preacher star does a serviceable job as the eponymous hotshot commando with the Special Boat Services, Britain’s equivalent to the U.S. Navy SEALs. But he is mostly firing blanks thanks to a creaky script and dim-witted plot. Screenwriter Duncan Falconer, himself a former Sbs officer, adapted this fast-paced Eurothriller from his own novels. Director Simon West aims for a kind of Jason Bourne or Mission: Impossible feel, but he falls short in budget, star power...
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CBS’ ‘Seal Team’ Adds ‘Hunger Games’ Actor Judd Lormand (Exclusive)

CBS’ ‘Seal Team’ Adds ‘Hunger Games’ Actor Judd Lormand (Exclusive)
The upcoming CBS military drama “Seal Team” has cast Judd Lormand, Variety has learned exclusively.

Lormand will play the role of Lt. Commander Eric Blackburn opposite series star David Boreanaz. Lormand can next been seen in the disaster film “Geostorm” with Ed Harris and Gerard Butler, as well as in the films “Lbj” starring Woody Harrelson, “Naked” with Marion Wayans, and “An Actor Prepares” opposite Jeremy Irons. His other credits roles in “Pitch Perfect,” “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back,” “The Hunger Games,” and “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” Lormand’s previous TV credits include “American Horror Story,” “Star,” “NCIS: New Orleans,” “Zoo, and “Nashville.” He is repped by The Alexander White Agency.

Seal Team” follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high stakes missions our country can ask of them. In addition to Boreanaz, the
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Supernatural Vet Joins CBS' Seal Team

Supernatural Vet Joins CBS' Seal Team
Supernatural alumna Alona Tal is taking on a non-military role in CBS’ fall drama Seal Team, our sister site Deadline reports.

The series, starring David Boreanaz (Bones), follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high stakes missions our country can ask of them. (View a trailer here, then read our first impression.) Tal will recur as Stella, a grad student who meets young Seal Clay (Bates Motel‘s Max Thieriot) in a bar that he and his colleagues tend to frequent. In addition to
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‘Seal Team’: Michael Irby, Jay Hayden, Alona Tal Set To Recur In CBS Drama Series

Michael Irby (Taken), Jay Hayden (The Catch) and Alona Tal (Hand of God) are set for key recurring roles opposite David Boreanaz and Max Thieriot in CBS’ new military drama series Seal Team, which premieres in the fall. Written by Ben Cavell and directed by Chris Chulack, Seal Team follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high stakes missions our country can ask of them. In…
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High School Football Player Dies During Practice Doing Drill Designed for Navy SEALs

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High School Football Player Dies During Practice Doing Drill Designed for Navy SEALs
He was supposed to start his junior year next month at Sachem High School East in Farmingville, New York. Instead, his parents are planning his funeral.

Joshua Mileto, 16, died Thursday when a log held overhead in team-building drill at a summer football training program fell and hit him in the head, multiple outlets report.

The teen was one of five players holding the 10-foot log over their heads before police say it struck him in the head, New York’s Daily News reported. The accident happened around 8:30 a.m.

The 5-foot-6, 134-pound athlete was taken to Stony Brook University
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‘Seal Team,’ ‘The Brave,’ ‘Valor’ Set Broadcast’s Military Drama Trend

‘Seal Team,’ ‘The Brave,’ ‘Valor’ Set Broadcast’s Military Drama Trend
As the broadcast networks touted their new seasons last year, they promoted projects that investigated hot-button issues from a socially progressive perspective. Fox’s “Shots Fired” explored the fallout of a fictional police shooting. ABC’s “When We Rise” chronicled the history of the gay-rights movement. NBC’s “The Carmichael Show” returned by building critical buzz with its bold takes on issues in the black community, and it would go on to air a controversial episode in which the “n-word” would be uttered unedited.

“Shots Fired” and “When We Rise” ended up ratings flops. “The Carmichael Show” was canceled in June.

What changed between the run-up to last season and now is Donald Trump. The presidential election took place in November, just as network programming executives’ attention shifted from fall launches to 2017-18 development. Those execs looked to the socially conservative voters turned on by Trump’s message condemning a dishonest media and corrupt culture and wondered
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Special forces engage in the testing of 'Boba Fett' combat helmets

  • JoBlo
Check this out! The Sas are now testing “Star Wars”-style bulletproof helmets as tactical gear in the war on terror. If you're unfamiliar with that faction of the military, the Sas (Special Air Service) are essentially the United Kingdoms's Navy SEALs. The group was founded in 1941 as a regimen, but was later re-established as a corps in 1950. Now, in 2017, the highly skilled... Read More...
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