History's SIX: Season 2 — Official Trailer

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added: Thu, Apr 26th '18

History Channel's military action series "SIX" is returning next month with its second season, and the network has released its official trailer.

The series, which is inspired by the counter-terrorism operations of America's most secretive covert warriors, Navy SEAL Team 6, stars Barry Sloane (from TV's "Revenge" and "Longmire") as a Navy Seal leader who is in charge of hunting down and destroying a terrorist network based in Eastern Europe.

Olivia Munn (X-Men: Apocalypse, HBO's The Newsroom) is joining the Season 2 cast, playing a determined CIA operative working in coordination with the Seal team.

The cast also includes Kyle Schmid (Copper), Edwin Hodge (Chicago Fire), Juan Pablo Raba (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), and Nadine Velazquez (The League).

Created and executive produced by Vietnam War veteran and award-winning screenwriter William Broyles Jr. (Jarhead, Cast Away, Apollo 13) alongside his son, writer-producer David Broyles, "SIX: Season 2" is slated to premiere May 28th (Memorial Day) on the History Channel.

synopsis:
"SIX" follows Navy SEAL Team Six in a mission to destroy the terrorist network responsible for the shooting of their former team leader Richard 'Rip' Taggart (Walton Goggins).

Led by Joe 'Bear' Graves (Barry Sloane), the Navy SEALS will join forces with cunning and tenacious CIA officer Gina Cline (Olivia Munn) to scour Eastern Europe, infiltrating hostile territory and terrorist hotspots like Chechnya as they track the mastermind behind Michael's (Dominic Adams) jihadist network.

The chase will bring the Navy SEALs to the border of Russia, where the consequences of their actions could spark World War III.

 

starring   Barry Sloane, Olivia Munn, Kyle Schmid, Edwin Hodge, Juan Pablo Raba, Dominic Adams, Nadine Velazquez, Jaylen Moore, Brianne Davis, Eric Ladin, Nikolai Nikolaeff, Erik Palladino

release date   May 28, 2018 (on History)

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