S.W.A.T. - Season 1
The S.W.A.T. lieutenant is tearing himself between the streets of Los Angeles where he was born and the duty to the officers whom he has to train while leading the unit of professionals targeted to solve crimes in his native city.
- Episode 01: Pilot
- Episode 02: Cuchillo
- Episode 03: Pamilya
- Episode 04: Radical
- Episode 05: Imposters
- Episode 06: Octane
- Episode 07: Homecoming
- Episode 08: Miracle
- Episode 09: Blindspots
- Episode 10: Seizure
- Episode 11: K-Town
- Episode 12: Contamination
- Episode 13: Fences
- Episode 14: Ghosts
- Episode 15: Crews
- Episode 16: Payback
- Episode 17: Armory
- Episode 18: Patrol
- Episode 19: Source
- Episode 20: Vendetta
- Episode 21: Hunted
- Episode 22: Hoax
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November 02, 2017 Everything around them is either a cliché or an entry-level Scooby-Doo mystery, and when it strives for more, it falls even flatter. Shawn Ryan's brain and Shemar Moore's abs deserve better.Read in Source
October 25, 2017 [It's a] perfectly serviceable [form] of escapism that should hit that NCIS sweet spot for people who like shows anchored by tough guys who are just vulnerable enough partnered with vulnerable guys who are just tough enough.Read in Source
October 25, 2017 The pilot ... leans into current events with an accidental police shooting of an unarmed black teen at the top of the show's first episode and the ensuing political fallout, which gives S.W.A.T. more credibility than expected.Read in Source
October 26, 2017 S.W.A.T. is a show that comes to the airwaves fully formed. It's a procedural, but more in the way of Hawaii Five-0 than N.C.I.S.Read in Source
November 02, 2017 Dealing with the politics, sensitivities and occasional humor of policing in L.A. has certainly been ripe fodder through the years, and the producers push some of those buttons, which includes having fun with the setting.Read in Source
November 02, 2017 A rebooting of the 1975-76 police celebration of the same name, the new S.W.A.T. has become something other than a cops-versus-bad-guys drama. Now it's an hour spent in awe of its star, Shemar Moore.Read in Source
November 01, 2017 ... justice again is served simply and unadorned, like a basic Banquet TV dinner.Read in Source
October 27, 2017 Give them credit for trying a different take on cop shows, but S.W.A.T. simply falls flat in every conceivable way.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
November 02, 2017 For many viewers, S.W.A.T. will be the very definition of comfort television; you know who you are, and have at it.Read in Source
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