SEAL Team spoilers follow.
American military drama programme SEAL Team is ending after a brief revival for its seventh season.
The ending of the show after season seven has been confirmed by Deadline.
The season will reportedly go into production in early December 2023, and air next year, in 2024.
The procedural drama, which also stars Max Thieriot (Bates Motel), AJ Buckley (Supernatural), Neil Brown Jr (The Walking Dead), Jessica Paré (Mad Men) and Judd Lormand (American Horror Story), has been through a flurry of cancellation rumours, including a campaign from fan to ensure it was renewed past season six.
With the season ending on a cliffhanger including the demise of Thieriot's original character Clay Spenser, SEAL Team was not immediately renewed for a seventh season.
According to Deadline, this was, "in part due to talks about finding ways to produce the series more efficiently for streaming".
The series moved from original network CBS to streaming service Paramount+ for its sixth season, which contained only 10 episodes – the least number of any season.
Upon the renewal of SEAL Team following its sixth season, Tany Giles (Paramount Streaming's chief programming officer) said: "We look forward to bringing SEAL Team fans even more of the series' poignant storylines and thrilling missions with the upcoming seventh season.
"The series continues to evolve and grow its audience. It is a great example of the types of programming that we see resonate with our subscribers."
SEAL Team streams on Paramount+ in the US, with UK fans getting it over on Sky.
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