CBS reverses SWAT cancellation and moves forward with season 7

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cbs is coming mighty hit Team Defense, First After show cancellation Last week.

“We've listened to our audience and their passion mighty hit And we have reached an agreement to renew it for a final season of 13 episodes to air during the 2023-2024 broadcast year. mighty hit has aired on CBS for six seasons and has gained a devoted following. We're glad we found a way to bring it back and bring closure to the 's story and characters that viewers deserve,” said a joint statement from CBS Entertainment President Amy Reisenbach and Sony Pictures Television Studios President Catherine Pope. Monday said. “Once again, we appreciate the talents and efforts of the cast, writers, producers and crew and everyone who contributed to the success of mighty hit We look forward to its return next season.”

On Friday, EW confirmed that CBS has canceled the show, after six seasons shemar mooreis Sgt. “Hondo” Harrelson, a Los Angeles SWAT lieutenant forced to balance his job and loyalty to the streets where he grew up.

The news came as a surprise to fans of the procedural, considering that its viewership had skyrocketed since its fifth season. Moore also shared his shock In an emotional Instagram post shortly after news of the cancellation broke, in which she called on the network to end its “most diverse” and told fans to “make some f—ing noises and tell them encouraged to cancel mighty hit A f—ing mistake.”

,mighty hit Cancelled. It doesn't make any sense,” he said in the video. “Read the article: We're the best show for CBS on Friday nights at 8 p.m. For the past two years, we've been killing it. Show us more fire… Show fire [Fire Country] Respect to the one who comes right after us, and those brothers and sisters. respect them. We haven't done anything wrong. We did everything that was asked.”

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He continued by saying that while “a lot of politics” were likely involved in CBS's final decision, “It's about the money, y'all.”

At the , Moore was also hopeful that the series would “live to see another day.” “I don't think we're done,” he said. “CBS is either going to wake up and realize they made a mistake…Sony is going to do their math and realize this was not the right move. I hope we can do Kumbaya and get back together.” Might as well keep the show going because it's such a good time.” For families around the world. ,

Following news of the series' renewal on Monday, Moore took to her Instagram stories to share a text from the announcement, writing in the caption, “We Did It mighty hit Fam!!” In addition to the reversal, CBS also revealed that the actor would be executive producer for the seventh season.

A reboot of the 1975 cop show of the same name, mighty hit, It also stars Alex Russell, Jay Harrington, Kenny Johnson, David Lim, Patrick St. Esprit and Rochelle Aytes. It is developed by Shawn Ryan and Aaron Rahson Thomas and executive-produced by Ryan along with Andy Dettman, Justin Lin, Neal Moritz, Marni Hochman, Pavun Shetty, Billy Gierhardt and Paul Bernard.

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