The SEAL team, Clarice, may move from CBS to Paramount + when it is renewed
Bravo can be used for a possible fifth season of the SEAL team at Paramount +.
While the CBS military drama and the freshman series Clarice await their fates, sources say that if both shows are renewed, they could very well migrate to the Paramount + streaming service (fka CBS All Access).
CBS does not comment on the possible postponement, but TVLine hears that SEAL Team would air its first season five episodes on CBS before switching to Paramount +. Clarice, meanwhile, would switch to Paramount + for the entire duration of his second run.
The possible moves indicate, among other things, a Viacom-CBS-wide effort to offer the content the best possible landing spots – as recently with Halo (from Showtime to Paramount +) and a new man who fell to earth (that of CBS All Access to Showtime has switched) – and limited shelf space at CBS (which adds new editions of CSI and NCIS for the 2021-22 season).
In addition, Paramount + is committed to expanding the list of original content.
In the May 13 episode, SEAL Team Season 4 reached an average of almost four million viewers and was just below a demo rating of 0.5 (in Live + Same Day numbers) – a decrease of 20 and 27 percent compared to the results of the third season . Of the 14 original dramas that CBS aired this TV season, it ranks 10th in the demo (ahead of Bull, All Rise, SWAT, and Clarice) and 13th in viewers (Clarice only).
With DVR playback and so on, both SEAL Team and Clarice have over 6.3 million weekly viewers.
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