|I can't tell if I'm |
tired, or just lazy
They still owe the CBS broadcast network 4 episodes, which they will show prior to the switch to Paramount streaming. As far as I am concerned, the show is over and showing the final 4 broadcast episodes next season is like turning the knife in the wound.
"The problems we face today exist because the people who work for a living are outnumbered by those who vote for a living."
Soon to discover that the only thing that can stop a SEAL team is the paramount network..
“ This is the government the founders warned us about”
|teacher of history|
Right now you can get a 30 day free trial at Paramount. There are 6 or so episodes available. Pretty good so far.
|quarter MOA visionary|
I agree, I signed on to P+ and worth it so far.
The show started off good and turned into a political narrative, quickly. Screw Seal Team.
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I went from enjoying it to skipping the soap opera part and just watching the combat scene. Now, I just skip the whole show.
We purchased a ROKU stick so we could continue watching Seal Team and found "1883", "Cops" on fox nation and some others. We'd like to start "Yellowstone" also. That being said, I take all TV shows with a grain of salt, a little bourbon and call Bull$hit at a lot of scenes. However there have many shows with very hard hitting subjects, such as the 1/9 episode of Seal Team. Jason finally admits to having TBI (traumatic brain injury) and has a mind awakening experience. Too much to explain, you have to see it.
Stay safe to all that are going to experience this weekend winter storm.
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