The protagonist Shemar Moore announced in a message on Twitter.
A large chunk of the CBS procedural enthusiast audience heaved a sigh of relief when, over the weekend, the actor Shemar Moore confirmed in a Twitter message that the US network has renewed SWAT for a sixth season.
“Aaaaaaaaa !!!! Friends, fans, Baby Dolls !!!!! You are the first to know !!!! SWAT has been renewed for the sixth season !!!!!! Another year of butt kicking is coming”, wrote Moore. An announcement arrived a few hours before the broadcast of the 100th episode of the series, in which – without anticipating too much – one of the protagonists found himself in a bad situation and the team worked hard to rehabilitate his name.
At CBS, the renewal of SWAT follows those of the three NCIS, CSI: Vegas and comedy Bob Hearts Abishola, Ghosts, The Neighborhood and Young Sheldon. This year the series is captivating an average of 4.44 million viewers every week, with a target rating of 18-49 of 0.4, up from the previous season by 40 and 11 percent.