‘Fire Country’ Star Max Thieriot Will Return to ‘SEAL Team’ for Season 6 – Deadline
EXCLUSIVE: Max Thieriot will work very hard next year. He is the star and executive producer of the CBS/CBS Studios drama land of fire, which was picked up to series yesterday. Thieriot is also one of the stars of CBS Studios’ former CBS drama series SEAL Team which is now streaming on Paramount+.
When Thieriot made a deal to headline the land of fire driver (fka Cal Fire) in February, Paramount+ had just renewed The SEAL Team for Season 6. At the time, Thieriot was the only lead actor who didn’t have an amended deal for Season 6, and his existing option hadn’t yet been picked up by CBS Studios because everyone was waiting to see what happened. with land of firea passion project for Thieriot.
I hear that since then, Thieriot has reached an agreement for season 6 of SEAL Team, which is expected to start production soon. After wrapping up the military drama, Thieriot should move on to land of fire as it begins filming its first season. The one-year deal applies to the upcoming sixth season of SEAL Team; it is not yet clear what will happen beyond that with him and the rest of the cast whose contracts are then pending.
New SEAL Team the deal removes uncertainty, prompting the Season 5 finale to end in a cliffhanger for Thieriot’s character Clay Spenser. On the way back to Mali, Clay (Thieriot) tells Jason (David Boreanaz) that this will be his last assignment with Bravo for a while, saying he is being transferred to the Green Team so he can spend more time. time with Stella (Alona Tal) and her newborn son, Brian. When they are back on the ground in Mali, Bravo is ambushed, trapped and under fire, and Clay appears to be hit by shrapnel in one eye, footage intertwined in a montage with the shower of Stella’s baby.
land of fire, by Jerry Bruckheimer Television and CBS Studios, is inspired by Thieriot’s experiences growing up in Northern California fire country and stems from an original idea by the actor, who also co-wrote the pilot’s story with his screenwriters, Tony Phelan and Joan Rater.