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Six
Six
TV Series
Navy SEAL Team Six, whose 2014 mission to eliminate a Taliban leader in Afghanistan goes awry when they uncover a U.S. citizen working with the terrorists. Stemming from an idea by Harvey Weinstein, the drama is inspired by real missions, capturing SEALs' complex personal lives and the life-and-death decisions they make, with each season set in a different location, starting with Africa.
Casts
Series cast summary:
Barry Sloane Barry Sloane - Joe 'Bear' Graves 18 episodes, 2017-2018
Kyle Schmid Kyle Schmid - Alex Caulder 18 episodes, 2017-2018
Juan Pablo Raba Juan Pablo Raba - Ricky 'Buddha' Ortiz 18 episodes, 2017-2018
Edwin Hodge Edwin Hodge - Robert Chase III 18 episodes, 2017-2018
Brianne Davis Brianne Davis - Lena Graves 18 episodes, 2017-2018
Nadine Velazquez Nadine Velazquez - Jackie Ortiz 18 episodes, 2017-2018
Dominic Adams Dominic Adams - Michael Nasry 18 episodes, 2017-2018
Jaylen Moore Jaylen Moore - Armin 'Fishbait' Khan / - 18 episodes, 2017-2018
Jessica Garza Jessica Garza - Anabel Ortiz 16 episodes, 2017-2018
Lindsley Register Lindsley Register - Dharma Caulder / - 15 episodes, 2017-2018
Joshua Gage Joshua Gage - Ricky Ortiz, Jr. / - 12 episodes, 2017-2018
Walton Goggins Walton Goggins - Richard 'Rip' Taggart 11 episodes, 2017-2018
Eric Ladin Eric Ladin - Trevor / - 10 episodes, 2018
Olivia Munn Olivia Munn - Gina 10 episodes, 2018
Katherine Evans Katherine Evans - Marissa 10 episodes, 2018
Nikolai Nikolaeff Nikolai Nikolaeff - Tamerlin Shishoni 9 episodes, 2018
Rus Blackwell Rus Blackwell - Commander Atkins 9 episodes, 2017-2018
Nondumiso Tembe Nondumiso Tembe - Na'omi 8 episodes, 2017
Tyla Harris Tyla Harris - Esther 8 episodes, 2017
Zeeko Zaki Zeeko Zaki - Akmal Barayev 8 episodes, 2017

Six

As depicted, Navy SEALs do not wear or acknowledge rank during ops, do not wear SEAL-specific insignia, nor call each other by a surname (Caulter being an exception in the show). Members are identified solely by first name or more often, a nickname given by his team.

Filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina

The United States Navy's "Sea, Air, and Land" Teams, commonly abbreviated as the Navy SEALs, are the U.S. Navy's primary special operations force and a component of the Naval Special Warfare Command. Among the SEALs' main functions are conducting small-unit maritime military operations that originate from, and return to, a river, ocean, swamp, delta, or coastline. The SEALs are trained to operate in all environments (Sea, Air, and Land) for which they are named.

It is a common misconception that Hollywood must have "3 points of error" when portraying the men and women of the US Armed Forces. As a matter of fact, this myth has been debunked by many credible sources, to include Department of Defense, Director of Entertainment Media, whose office actually encourages filmmakers to get the uniforms correct. Also, U.S. Code Title 10 Subtitle A Part II Chapter 45 772 states that: "While portraying a member of the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps, an actor in a theatrical or motion-picture production may wear the uniform of that armed force if the portrayal does not tend to discredit that armed force." Proper credit, it would seem, is defined pretty loosely, as most inaccuracies are not a result of purposeful mistakes, but by a lack of research and/or proper military advising.

Joe Manganiello was set to play the character 'Rip' but he had to pull out of the project due to a health issue.

The Season 2 Ortiz Family home is filmed at the 2400 Motel in Vancouver British Columbia. This Motel was the staging location for a series of bomb attacks against LAX and Seattle during the 2000 Millennium celebration's. Several bombs were constructed at this motel and the terrorists tried to smuggle the bombs into the USA but were stopped by US Customs and Border Protection. The media coined this event as the 2000 Millennial attack plot.

In Episode 5, the cannon being fired is a reproduction 1841 pattern 6-pounder field gun

JoJolar
JoJolar
So I have a family member who is a retired SEAL officer. And the only insight I get from him is this. Real SEALS do not talk about or brag about their accomplishments. And they are real people with real life issues. What they do for a living can magnify these real life issues. Six does a great job of capturing what they do on and off the field of engagement.

I suggest you watch the entire season before you decide what you think of this show. It builds and the payoff is worth it. I was frankly shocked by the graphic nature - not of the battle scenes which ought to be graphic, but the raw language, emotion, sexual scenes, etc. Perhaps my shock was that this was the History Channel, but I think it is not gratuitous in this instance. It is appropriate, given who these characters are - highly trained tactical warriors. It's what they do and therefore, it identifies them because you can't be one than the other, no matter how hard you try to assimilate into our cushy society.

I reserved my review until I saw the last episode of Season 1 (which was nothing short of tremendous). The body of work so far is top notch. The characters are totally believable to me and the directing, cinematography and story line are excellent. If you like Platoon, Saving Private Ryan, and the rest of that genre, you will not be disappointed.
Fordrelis
Fordrelis
I'm kind of disappointed in all the bad reviews. I don't think a lot of the people watching are even giving this show a chance. Hearing the people who were involved with this show talk about it - its obvious they took special pains to make it authentic. I think they're trying to show both sides of the coin, their family life and the life they lead on the battle field. I think it has enough testosterone to keep men watching it and enough attention to the trials of family life that women will watch. I'm enjoying the crisis of conscience they show in the characters. The show brings light to the fact that no decision these men make is ever easy in the heat of the moment, nothing is ever black or just white.

I plan to keep watching it and believe it can only get better with each episode. Give it a chance!
Ungall
Ungall
...not in the life of a commando nor in the universe of TV-shows. To keep it short: Well made, good actors. In regards to the story: We will see. I have only seen the pilot so far and I think it's too soon to make a final verdict.

But I would like to address some of the reviews on this show:

  • Sex: I only remember one brief sex scene. And there wasn't even much skin involved. Guys: this is a show about humans and humans have sex - you are the product of such an event neither you like it or not. But hey, I'm from Europe and I will burn in hell for my liberal views anyway... :)


  • Scalping: Do some research. There ARE allegations in this direction. Are they true? I don't know. But obviously it's not totally invented by the writers of the show. I neither apologies their possible doings nor do I condemn them as a whole. However: Is it true, it is distasteful even if the enemy uses similar tactics in psychological warfare. Killing them should be enough and do the trick.


The only criticism I have is that the guys are shown as very impulsive and sometimes with low self control. I would assume that that's not very realistic. But what do I know...
The_NiGGa
The_NiGGa
Films and TV shows about Navy Seals or other special forces personnel is the current rage. Some have not done so well (e.g., "Shooter") but this series really delivers. They manage to move seamlessly between the personal lives and the military assignments, and this type of insight has rarely been seen before, although the last year of the "The Unit" did deal with some of these issues.

I also enjoy the interactions between the men, and how what they experience at home and in the field comes back to alter their interactions.

The acting here is excellent and it often looks more like a docudrama rather than a TV show. The principal team members (Barry Sloane, Alex Caulder, Ricky Ortiz) are two dimensional people and the conflicts within and between are portrayed very well. It's good to see that these characters have their own identities.

I'm a big fan of Walton Goggins, having appreciated him in "The Shield" and later enjoyed his robust performance in "Justified". He doesn't disappoint and delivers a nuanced piece of work - probably his best and he gets better as the series progresses.

I especially appreciate that at the end of each episode there are highlights from actual combat veterans.

I'm not a former Seal so I can't begin to say whether or not this is true to life. I can say that it is entertaining.
invasion
invasion
Hollywood manages to make perhaps the greatest special forces team look like a bunch of loose cannon F-ups. The show has quality actors and there are good stories to tell, but this program seems to digress into the personal problems...making each character a drunk, a absent father behind on support, a violent control freak, etc, etc, etc....you fill in the blank. Not a normal balanced person among the characters.

This is far from reality. Seals are a little crazy, but they are the some of the most personally disciplined people on the planet earth.

This show needs new writers or it will be canceled quickly. Can we focus a little more on their loyalty and commitment to each other. The danger they face, the difficult training and the bad guys they fight?
Zololmaran
Zololmaran
Six is at once an action-packed drama and a fresh look at many realities of war, even those which some viewers may not want to see or actually believe take place. But perhaps even better, the show does an earnest and honest job at demonstrating the human side of the modern warfighter, and the double lives they live. From Vikings to Six, History is telling some great stories via the medium of great drama. With Six they made a solid decision in their choice of writers and producers with proved talent who are veterans in the military genre, as well as actual war veterans, lending credibility to the scripts and production. And the show hit the jackpot with the leads they cast in actors who are able to convincingly play the roles of the nations most elite, in all their grime and glory.
Cerar
Cerar
A military show with depth, inspired by real-life stories. The fact that this show was created by a father and son that have both served I think gives it authenticity. They have a great cast, brotherly love, guys serving our country as only very few people do AND you get to see how their service affects their family. The cast is thoroughly engaged with their audience via social media, which I find refreshing. They care about their characters, each other, and their fans. They have a lot left to offer and I truly hope the show is picked up by another network.
betelgeuze
betelgeuze
I'm loving this series! Walt rocks it as always as the tortured man. He's a man with a dark past and I want to know what has caused him so much pain. As an arm brat I totally understand the home life and the fear what my Dad was going through. The action is spot on and the family dynamics both at home and in the team or great. One of the biggest complaints I've heard is about the violence but I feel it's nothing we haven't already seen. I'm more taken by the husband and wife relationships and how the navigate those waters. That's the gold I think. It's Zero Dark Thirty with family. I just wish everyone wasn't so good looking. My new favorite show for the season.
Felolune
Felolune
Whoever wrote the script for Episode 2 of Six must be really lazy or just think everyone that'll be watching is stupid. Boko Haram operates in the northern part of Nigeria and not in the south West Where Benin City where there has never been any Islamist terror group because the area is mostly Christian community so beg to wonder how an Islamic terrorist organisation can operate in such area. Also Lagos is in the South of Nigeria where there has never been any Boko Haram activities recorded.

Lastly, Boko Haram speaks Hausa language so was surprised to hear one of them speaking in Yoruba which is totally ridiculous...

Please do a bit of research before writing scripts about a country rather than leaving a sour taste on people watching your show from the region
Sagda
Sagda
This is by no means a full review, but the first episode shows that the crew put in a lot of effort and time into getting the tactics, equipment and firefights down. The script is lacking a bit, but if you were expecting the next Breaking Bad or The Wire, I don't think this is the show for you. This show is a breath of fresh air amongst all the cop shows, political dramas, fantasy, and crime shows. A good military show that keeps it real and portrays the SEALs in a human light rather than a larger than life and infallible superheroes. If you've spent your time around vets like the SEALs or other SOF members or are one yourself, I think you'll find the show suitable as a good drama to check out. Also, if you've read the article "The Crimes of SEAL Team 6", you'll know some of controversial things done on the show are true to real life.
Lamranilv
Lamranilv
How many episodes will go by before they rescue RIP - it's unbelievable how slow moving and useless this elite team of seals are. If they were a real team - he'd be dead a long time ago. In the timeline weeks go by in between rescue attempts. There is so much other personal crap - only about 5 minutes per episode (if that) are actual military operations - the rest is a poor attempt at a soap opera! My 90 year old gramma moves faster to rescue her cat!
hulk
hulk
I had high expectations for "SIX", with The Weinstein Company producing and after seeing "Lone Survivor" and other programs that Peter Berg has been apart of, but Six was a let down. OK, I didn't expect a nursery rhyme but the sex, killing, and language were totally at a level I didn't expect with a program from The History Channel. Also, it appears the producers focused on real-life SEAL tactics and forgot about content and plot. The stereotypes were so layered and numerous that I turned the show off at the 30 minute mark and canceled future recordings in my DVR. Which is a shame because I think the SEAL story in general is a story that needs to be told. The actors all have great reputations (i.e. Walton Goggins) but are lead astray by a poor script and production misses. I didn't expect US Navy cooperation in 'Six', given the subject matter, but was it that hard to shoot the series in Va Beach, rather than Wilmington NC standing in for Va Beach? Was the target audience 16-18 year old males? If so, I guess 'Six' was/is a success.
Grokinos
Grokinos
**Before you read this beware it contains spoilers** Very disappointing. Who writes the script for this show - kids??! An experienced ex elite soldier escapes with other hostages from captivity and he doesn't think of taking a few seconds to sabotage the car of the bad guys and at least try to make it harder for the bad guys to go after them?? Really?!! Second..they are escaping in a jungle but when they hear the captors arriving behind them on the road he doesn't think to just take cover hide behind a tree an just wait for the truck to come closer and then shoot them with his AK-47 (30 bullets in a magazine)?!! And he has an AK-47 and a gun??But no,he just keeps running in the middle of the road with the women like some chickens??!! Are you kidding??! Come on - really??!! That is the way an experienced elite soldier would behave??!!
Bu
Bu
Scalping? Seriously? Thats just sad, and a huge disappointment.

Don't portray the series the way it was and then have someone scalped in the first few minutes. I'm done.

Disrespectful and a let down. I expected much more from this. Not to mention it's rating. I would never let my 14 year old watch something that's so disrespectful to a group of highly trained professionals who would never conduct themselves in such a manner.

This is just pure nonsense. I guess if the series was portrayed differently I wouldn't be so disappointed.

Shame on History!
Gardataur
Gardataur
These idiots make Seal Team Six out to be a bunch of degenerate assholes at each other's throats. For example they are all having money problems and one is a dead beat dad being taken to court by a harpy. Anyone in the military would have the first Sargent crawling up their arse and pay seized. The military stuff is credible but the drama is absolute crap. Instead of heroes they create zeroes. I will not watch again nor do I recommend to anyone.

This is typical liberal tripe denigrating military and heroes.

I would recommend changes but like I said I will not entertain watching this carp.
The Sphinx of Driz
The Sphinx of Driz
Adding spoiler due to the family discussion and some of the team dynamics not sure if really are spoilers.

Pretty good show as far as weapon handling not a lot of mistakes which is something that typically drives me nuts in shows like this- It is a cheap and easy way to bring realism but when you see people muzzle sweeping each other or other noob mistakes.

The whole family thing I guess is a good way to add dimension but they always go for the stereotypical one nightmare relationship, one amazing relationship, one that is good but the dad is stressed because he isn't there for the family. It is the last one that bugs me. Military wives generally fall in to two categories very supportive and what we consider a valuable asset and the slag that is creating constant issues and is what we consider a consistent detriment to the org. Those wives don't last long and unfortunately can create a significant problem.

A wife that gives you the whole you are never here thing is in the latter category. Those of us in high op tempo units know we are never around and our families do too but it is simply an on off switch- if she is giving you constant hassle well she is the off switch and a problem and again- they aren't around very much.

Also, while I recognize the team and dets within the SEAL community have a more relaxed discipline than we do they went a bit over board here. Members of a high op tempo org do not sit around constantly questioning and griping or talking about the leadership behind their backs. That is poison and is every bit as dangerous as a 30 caliber round to the brain housing group. It may happen on some smaller level but nothing like it does here. The hippy dude or whatever would be a dangerous person to have on a team. The constant doubting and griping is a major disqualifier. He is a whiner and whiners need not apply that is a lack of discipline.

To be clear I am not saying it is always puppy dogs and puffy clouds but it is never and should never be second guessing and questioning. Instant obedience to orders anything less is dangerous. You may for example say- OK my boss told me to take that objective in a certain way but you may adapt as the situation dictates. You don't not stand around saying hey this is BS man that is a long way to run and I don't think you thought this through and besides they are just humans too. You execute your order 100% then after you successfully conclude the evolution when things are over with you may discuss in the after action/debrief but you never do it during or before unless you have a substantial tactical reason.

Bob is in a bad mood lately is not a substantial tactical reason. Anyhow, entertaining- I enjoyed it but it does have a good deal of Hollywood factor.

Adding Season 2 is much different and I think the Director or someone has gotten in the way of their advisors- it is almost unwatchable now. They just did a dynamic entry on a safe house and they went from good representstion to the worst I have seen in awhile. These shows fascinate me as someone who has as a Marine in a high op tempo unit I just wish they'd get it right with the tactics it is so easy to avoid the mistakes.
Zadora
Zadora
It took 8 episodes to end the first mission. It's a slow moving boring TV series. 95% of personal family stuff and 5% of action. The two parts History channel Navy Seals documentary was by far, more interesting than that show. I think doing an other season is a mistake, I would pull the plug on it! I gave it a chance, I saw all the episodes, And I ain't gonna watch season 2.
adventure time
adventure time
It's funny that people are reviewing this show because they think the SEALs are negatively portrayed. However, this show is about SEAL team six the ones who took down bin laden, who were also apart of an investigation into the death of a fellow SEAL. A team who also had to scalp and cut off fingernails to get DNA analysis from militants they just killed. They were much more than a SEAL Team so do your research before basing your negative reviews on a dramatized show based on actual events.
Shem
Shem
I liked the show a lot. It's a pilot. They are laying the ground work with the pilot. people seem quick to write this off and with these type of programs one needs to give an episode or 2. They are brothers who are battling demons we hadn't seen, they are imperfect people trying to find their way when the real story comes out. The pilot was good, it is showing where these people came from, loves they left behind and how they fit in war and not,Give it a chance, the main thing here is brotherhood. I think people should sit tight and watch it play out. A lot of these type of shows kick in around episode 3. If your looking for instant gratification then this isn't for you.
Gashakar
Gashakar
I am for warning you that there is some spoilers in this review. I love the scene where Caulder (Kyle Schmid) gets shoved up against the cage by a teem mate. I also love the line from Caulder "if you ever do that again make sure you finish the job". My opinion is that I think Caulder did the right thing by calling Rip out. Rip was at the end but didn't want to admit it. When Rip shot point blank the guys who was trying to give himself up while saying he was an American was wrong and the teem guy new it but only Caulder did something about it because it was completely wrong of Rip.

You can tell Rip would rather be back as a Seal then a security detail person for the rich. You see all the skills and training are running through Rip at the girls school. I love the comradety between the guys. Six is non-stop action from the beginning and I love that. I can not wait for the next episode to air on Wednesday. You can not find a better show.
Wetiwavas
Wetiwavas
To start with, I wont write as much about the plot, so they who haven't seen it, can have all the surprises while seeing.

I have worked in the navy for 12 years, and have read most of what you can find about team six level, special forces.

This is a unbelievable realistic plot, but not to "Americanized" with to much "special effects". This is the real life of the best soldiers in the world, which includes family life, Alpha mails how also have good ethic values, how is a normal family gay back home but also can succeed with the most dangerous missions in the world.

Thei get 10 stars from me easy, and I really hope for more seasons.

Enjoy :)
Landaron
Landaron
I was really looking forward to this show as I liked Blackhawk Down and other similar shows/movies. I was really disappointed in the 1st episode. I did not see any characters that I could like. They seem to break rules and argue like a group of 5th grade boys rather than the elite military soldiers they are supposed to be. Their home lives are shown to be bad. They pick on the new guy for no reason. The former leader is shown to be a loser. I don't know why anyone would watch episode 2 as I don't care what happens to any of these guys. They show a montage of the season at the end to highlight what happens - I saw a golf cart scene that was cloned from the 1990's Navy Seals movie. Why is it hard to just have 5 to 10 guys that people can like and learn more about how they do their jobs?
Qudanilyr
Qudanilyr
Funny how a bunch of relatively good actors, with relatively good CV's , can produce a total disaster. Besides using every cliché in the book, fact-checking and the lack thereof there is not much positive to say about this show.

History Channel should change its name to 'American Educational Level TV', utter rubbish. They already have a ludicrous series called ' hunting for Hitler'. Which is a rubbish program that contests, through some dumb semi-intellectual idiots that constantly state the obvious, the story of the death of Hitler. History should be factual, precise and make sure they double check facts.

History, I guess, is going of its path and branches out. It should refrain from low budget productions like this as it is simply embarrassing. The writers opened the big-book-of-clichés, then needed some backstories and spat out some more clichés. The acting in many instances is extremely poor and not convincing at all.

Edit:

This gets worse and worse. I watched episode 4 and 5 too. Why I would torture myself like that? Truly, this show gets worse by the episode, they pile BS on BS, the holes in the story get bigger and bigger. There is absolutely nothing logical, original or factually correct about this show.

Don't waste your time.
Fountain_tenderness
Fountain_tenderness
I was hooked after the first episode of Season 1! What a superb show! The acting is excellent, the actors going out of their way to train like their real-life counterparts. I feel drawn to their characters, they feel more real than some of the other similar characters on similar shows. Also, storylines including their family life and to see no one is perfect, they have their troubles like the rest of us. They all have different family issues that are probably quite representative of alot of families in their position. And for those complaining about realism, keep in mind that this is a tv show, but this show has a great blend of TV and realism to keep you hooked and to satisfy those that are more discerning. Their stories are gripping and I can't wait for the next show! It was so disappointing to hear that this show has been cancelled. I am praying that it gets picked up by another network or platform.
Kalv
Kalv
I only comment because of the inaccuracies in these story's. I only lasted 30 min or so. These elite troops do not scalp enemies they have just killed. They do not shoot unarmed prisoners, who have just surrendered and are obviously a potential source of information. I am neither military, nor expert. I just expect there to be some semblance of reality to a show which is billed as a "true account".