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SEAL Team is back next week with a two-part episode

There’s some excellent news, SEAL Team fans. Season 3 returns from its hiatus on Feb. 26, and it’s going to be a two-hour special!

SEAL Team fans around the world were disappointed to hear that the show was being benched at the start of 2020. Okay, so it was to bring the final 10 episodes of Criminal Minds, but it still disappointed us. There’s some great news, though. Bravo Team is back in a week.

That’s right. SEAL Team Season 3 returns with all-new episodes on Feb. 26. That’s not all that long to wait.

Want even better news? How about the fact that we’ll get a two-hour episode special? The return is a two-parter and, instead of making us wait, we’re getting the episodes back to back during the night. Tune in from 9/8c and make sure you stick around until the end of the two-hour stint of TV. If you DVR, make sure your DVR is set properly so you don’t miss out.

Of course, you can always watch through CBS All Access. This offers you the chance to watch live as well as on-demand from the following day.

“Siege Protocol: Part 1 and Part 2” — Amid several life-altering moments on the home front, Bravo Team travels overseas to extract a CIA agent who is being held hostage. As the situation escalates, the Tactical Operations Center is compromised and Bravo’s support team comes face-to-face with the enemy, on the two-hour winter premiere of SEAL TEAM, Wednesday, Feb. 26 (9:01-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured L to R: Coby Bell as Warrant Officer Glen Mack, Jessica Paré as Mandy Ellis, and Toni Trucks as Lisa Davis. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS ©2019 CBS

What to expect when SEAL Team Season 3 returns

We already have a synopsis for the episode. SEAL Team Season 3 returns with “Seige Protocol: Part 1” and “Part 2.” The team will head overseas to help save a CIA agent who is being held hostage. That sounds pretty standard for our guys, right? So, what could possibly go wrong?

Well, this is SEAL Team. Anything could go wrong! This time, it’s the Tactical Operations Center that will face the danger. When the Operations Center is compromised, the entire support team is faced with fighting the enemy. Fortunately, the base is made up of some excellent men and women in the military and the CIA.

What makes this exciting is seeing each of our men and women in the action. While Bravo Team deals with the problem on the ground, Blackburn, Davis, and Mandy will end up dealing with their own situation, giving us a chance to see what they’re like in a face-to-face crisis. They’re usually dealing with the support and extraction crises.

There are also some life-altering moments on the home front. What could those moments be? Will we see more between Sonny and Davis? What’s going on with Jason and his new girlfriend? How are things now that Ray has made it clear he needs to put his family and career first? There have been so many questions since the last episode and we should get some answers very soon.

What do you hope to see when Bravo Team returns? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

SEAL Team Season 3 returns with all-new episodes on Feb. 26 at 9/8c on CBS.